The mission of the Wireless Devices and Electromagnetics Laboratory (WiDE) is to advance the state of the art of wireless circuits and antennas (up to mm-wave frequencies) while educating the next generation of innovators and entrepreneurs in this domain.
In order to improve the performance of wireless devices, lab individuals perform focused research on:
- Material engineering.
- Novel manufacturing techniques.
- Optimized antenna and circuit geometries.
- Other concerns related to the real-world implementation of high-performance wireless devices.
Laboratory researchers have expertise on a wide range of topics in avionics and aerospace communications and sensing, including RADAR, satellite communications, and UAS Sense and Avoid.
- ETS-Lindgren Far-Field Antenna Anechoic Chamber up to 20 GHz (12 feet x 12 feet x 24 feet)
- Keysight 2-Port PNA (67 GHz)
- Keysight 4-port VNA (20 GHz)
- Keysight Signal Analyzer (26.5 GHz)
- onScrypt 3Dn additive manufacturing system
- LPKF ProtoLaser U4 laser circuit board system
- LPKF ProtoMat S103 circuit board plotter
- Alessi probe station
- Keysight FieldFox (9 GHz)
- Femtosecond 10W IR Laser
Location: Micaplex, 1511 Aviation Center Pkwy, Room MP 224, Daytona Beach, FL 32114
Lab Directors: Dr. Eduardo A. Rojas-Nastrucci
Contact Us: To speak to someone about this lab or any of our facilities, call us at 386-226-7701 or 800-862-2416, or email email@example.com