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RF - Microwave - Electromagnetics Research Initiatives

Topics of research and advanced studies include wave propagation and directed energy of electromagnetic radiation, electromagnetism, radio frequency (RF), microwave, mmW, and THz frequency bands. Antenna applications, microwave devices, Radar, low observable radar cross section (RCS), EM scattering, efficiency, atmospheric and magnetosphere effects, computational techniques, algorithms, and advanced waveforms techniques.

Arizona State University
{Electromagnetics, Antennas and Microwave Circuits}

University of Arizona
{Electromagnetics, Microwaves, and Antennas Research Centers and Labs}

Portland State University
{Wave propagation, scattering, computational models, evolving multi-sensor networks, Northwest Electromagnetics and Acoustics Research Laboratory (NEAR-Lab)}

University of Washington
{RF, Antennas, applied computation, radar remote sensing, millimeter-wave, atmospheric propagation}

Washington State University
{Electrophysics, Communication Systems}

California Institute of Technology
{Electromagnetics, RF and Microwave, Power Amplifiers, Millimeter-Wave Receiver Modules, Phased Arrays}

California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
{RF, Microwave, and Antenna systems, Computer Models, Anechoic Chamber, Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Radiated Emissions Chamber}

Stanford University
{Radar remote sensing, Smart Antennas, Space, Telecommunications, and Radioscience, InSAR, STARLab}

Virginia Tech
{theoretical and applied electromagnetics research, atmospheric science, antennas & microwaves, fiber optic communications, numerical methods/simulation, material characterization, time-domain measurements, random media, focused waves, propagation, remote sensing, photonics}



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