- Atmospheric & Oceanographic Electromagnetics and Marine Systems (ATOM) Laboratory
- Ceramics Fabrication Facility
- Circuit Laboratory for Advanced Sensors and Systems (CLASS)
- Cognitive Remote Sensing Laboratory
- Compact Range
- Distributed-Memory Parallel Supercomputer & Software
- Hyperspectral Engine Lab for Integrated Optical Systems (HELIOS) Laboratory
- Integrated Optics Lab
- PCB Prototyping Facility
- RF/Microwave Facility
- RFID Laboratory
- Radar & Remote Sensing Lab
- Software Defined Radios/Radars
- Textile Antennas & Electronics Lab
Cognitive Remote Sensing Laboratory
The cognitive sensing laboratory is a 2,000-square-foot research space dedicated to investigating synthetic cognition to improve radar performance.
Creatures such as bats and dolphins are considered to have a biological radar and observation of their behaviors indicates their abilities to significantly exceed manmade systems. The difference in performance is attributed to the cognitive abilities of their central nervous system.
Within the lab there are several projects researching how cognition can be brought to the manmade systems so their performance rivals that of the natural counterparts.
Specific activities include: application of echoic flow to radar for autonomous navigation; development of a cognitive processing frameworks for radar systems; and understanding how targets can be recognized from radar data. In addition to the cognitive activities, the lab conducts research into passive radar--a type of radar that piggy-backs on commercial broadcast transmissions and thus minimizes the amount of electromagnetic spectrum required for operation.