Microwave Lab

The emphasis research of the Microwave Laboratory is on developing miniaturized and efficient components and subsystems for current and future applications in the extended radio frequency spectrum, making use of advancements in micromachining, micro-electromechanical systems, materials science and computational electromagnetics.

In areas of microwave imaging and antennas, we are investigating ultrawideband systems. in microwave and RF circuits involves techniques for generation of chirped pulses and studies on their propagation parameters. We are utilizing Si based microfabrication facilities to build vacuum tube devices like folded waveguide traveling wave tubes for sub-mm and THz frequencies.

In the computational domain, our work involves techniques for solving Maxwell’s equations.

Research activities in the microwave lab are guided by Dr. K. J. Vinoy