Welcome to Antenna Research Group

The Antenna Research Group (ARG) at the University of Colorado Boulder is housed in the Department of Electrical, Computer, and Energy Engineering. ARG’s research specializes in antenna theory and design with emphasis on applications of electrically small antennas (ESAs), simultaneous transmit and receive (STAR), wideband microwave and millimeter wave communication and electronic warfare front-ends.

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Examples of Current Projects

Antenna and Beamforming Network for Spectrum Staring Receiver

Objective: Research and development of wideband (0.5-110GHz) antennas in support of near-instantaneous electronic support measures system.

Low Profile HF Antennas for Vehicles on the Move

Research and engineering of wideband (BW > 24 kHz) low profile vehicular on the move antennas operating from 2 to 30 MHz with main focus on NVIS.

High-Power Subhyperbend Antennas and Arrays

Objective: Fundamental research that will enable miniaturization of high-pulsed power antennas and their performance in time and frequency domains.

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Anechoic Chamber

3D Printing and low cost prototyping

Several bench and portable network analyzers

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