Congratulations to Nathan Jastram for winning the 1st place Best
Student Paper Award at the 2014 IEEE APS/URSI Symposium for his paper: Wideband Multibeam Millimeter
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 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,
High-Power Wideband Millimeter-wave Space-Constrained
and David are developing components and subsystems that will enable
high-power, low-loss and dispersion, performance in 18-45GHz range for
small EW platforms.
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
and Sushant are developing 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
- R. Sammeta, and D.S. Filipovic, Quasi Frequency-Independent
Increased Bandwidth Planar Log-Periodic Antenna, IEEE
Transactions on Antennas & Propagation, Vol. 62, No. 4,
pp.1937-1944, April 2014.
- J. Mruk, N.
Sutton, and D.S.
Fed 18 to 110 GHz Planar Log-Periodic Antennas with RF Transitions,
IEEE Transactions on Antennas & Propagation, Vol.62, No.2,
pp.968-972, Feb. 2014.
- N. Jastram, and D.S. Filipovic, PCB-Based Prototyping of 3D
Micromachined RF Subsystems, IEEE Transactions on Antennas
& Propagation, Vol. 62, No. 1, pp.420-429, Jan. 2014.