Join us for our presentations at the AP-S/URSI
in Vancouver, BC. See a list of ARG's presentations here
Research Group at the University
of Colorado Boulder
housed in the Department
of Electrical, Computer, and
ARG’s research specializes in
antenna theory and design with emphasis on millimeter-wave direction
finding systems, broadband antennas, low-cost micromachining
alternatives; frequency independent and
wideband antennas; development of passive millimeter-wave components,
systems, and electronic warfare front-ends; low-cost fabrication of RF
systems; simultaneous transmit and receive; and multi-physics,
- Circulator in Aperture (CIA)
Bryan, and Maxim are investigating front-end configuration for wideband
STAR and millimeter-wave Luneburg lenses.
- Flexible RF System for Space Constrained Decoys
collaboration with Professor Popovic, Sara and Muhannad are looking into fundamental
and applied solutions for extending decoy operation through the
Jaegeun are researching fundamental physics that will enable
miniaturization of high-pulsed power antennas and their performance in
time and frequency domains.
- Low Profile
HF Antennas for Vehicles on the Move
Saurabh, Sushant, Brad, Matt, Milica, and Chad are developing,
constructing, and testing electrically small, low-profile vehicular
antennas with wide bandwidth (>24kHz) for all 3 HF modes with
emphasis on NVIS.
- NSI 700s-30
Fully Automated and Computer controlled system
Near-field 1-75 GHz
- Far-field from
- N Jastram and
D.S. Filipovic, Wideband
Rotman Lens, IEEE Transaction
Antennas and Propogation, Vol. 63, 2015.
- M. Elmansouri,
and D.S. Filipovic, Effects of Lossless
Cavity-backing on Power Spiral
Antenna in Time-Domain, Microwave and Optical Technology
57, No. 3, pp. 677-681, Mar. 2015.
- M. Ignatenko, and
D.S. Filipovic, Evaluation of
Vehicle Bottom for the Placement of
HF-VHF Antennas, IEEE Transaction Antennas and Propagation,
No. 2, pp. 776-781, Feb. 2015.