The wealth of RF/microwave applications and technologies requires various solutions for electromagnetically simulating the crowd of objects. A detailed understanding of the numerical methods that drive these simulators could aid a designer in choosing the most effective method for the task at hand....More
As gallium-nitride devices serve a growing number of applications ranging from wireless infrastructure to military arrays, the need to rapidly and efficiently design these high-frequency/high-power devices is driving computer-aided design tools to the next level....More
Awards given to 35 Space Grant Consortiums targeted strong proposals for extending science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) programs at community colleges and technical colleges....More
The task of testing and characterizing RF/microwave/millimeter-wave devices is growing increasingly more complex and time consuming. These new devices need to be characterized so that statistical models can be developed for sophisticated system and circuit design software.