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June 2019


June 20 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

In this lecture, Prof. B. K. Lau will start by giving an overview of conventional terminal antenna design and comment on its limitations and current trends in terminal antenna design for 4G systems. Afterwards, he will introduce a new antenna design paradigm that has the potential to dramatically improve 5G performance. In particular, the paradigm takes into account the interactions of the antenna system with its nearfield and farfield surroundings and provides a powerful framework to optimize these interactions. Finally,…

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Tutorial: Introduction to multiple target tracking

June 21 @ 1:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Abstract: This talk goes through the components in generic single-scan target tracking algorithms from filtering to data association, track initiation, and termination. In many areas, reference is made to functions in the open-source copyleft-free Tracker Component Library (available online) so that attendees can rapidly apply the algorithms that are discussed.   Biography: David Frederic Crouse received B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees in Electrical Engineering in 2005, 2008, and 2011 from the University of Connecticut (UCONN). He also received a B.A.…

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Lens antennas: Fundamentals and present applications (IEEE AP Distinguished Lecturer Seminar)

June 21 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Abstract Lens antennas are commonly englobed in a more general type of antennas, named aperture antennas. As their name indicates, they make use of a lens to modify the field distribution at the aperture of the antenna, which is typically fed by a single source. The lens is employed to transform the waves arriving from the source into a desired radiation pattern. Commonly, the desired radiation pattern is a directive beam in a given direction. However, similar to arrays, reflectors…

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