- Current Research
- Cognitive Radar Sensing
- Computational Electromagnetics
- Global Navigation Satellite System
- Indoor and Outdoor Measurements
- Medical Sensing and Bio Electromagnetics
- MEMS and Microsystems
- Microwave and Millimeter Wave Systems
- Microwave Radiometry
- Novel Antennas and Antenna Techniques
- Polymers and Packaging
- Radar Scattering and Imaging
- Remote Sensing
- RF Integrated Circuits
- RF Propagation
- Software Defined Radar Systems
- Subsurface and Ground Penetrating Radar
- Textile and Wearable Antennas
- Trusted Microelectronics
- Wireless and Wireline Integrated Circuits and Systems
- Wireless Sensor Networks
A large portion of the work done in ESL such as remote sensing, satellite systems, GPS, wireless communications, scattering, and radar systems requires an accurate understanding of the propagation in various parts of the atmosphere.
Some of these include multipath environments such as urban areas, groundwaves, ionospheric propagation, non-standard propagation such as atmospheric ducting, terrain diffraction, tropospheric scattering, rain and clouds.
At ESL we work on a broad spectrum of RF propagation topics spanning scattering, reflection, refraction, diffraction, polarization, and absorption that significantly affect RF propagation.