The Antenna & High Frequency Research Centre specialises in the analysis, design and measurement of antennas and associated devices for wireless communications and medical applications. With more than 15 years of applied research experience and it has built an international reputation for innovative futuristic concepts and solutions to contemporary industrial challenges.
Current research themes include Multiband & Wideband Antennas for Terminal Devices and Body Area Networks, Circularly-polarised Antennas, Antennas for RFID & Sensor Networks. Equipped with a comprehensive range of analysis methods, manufacturing equipment and a measurement laboratory, the team can rapidly expedite ideas to qualified prototypes.
Our multi-national, multi-institutional group of researchers is directed by Prof Max Ammann in the School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering and comprises personnel from MSc studentships to post-doctoral levels, in Dublin Institute of Technology and the University of Dublin, Trinity College. For further details, please contact us.
|Slotted patch antenna showing surface currents
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