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Research Seminar 3rd April – Polarimetric calibration of circularly-polarised radar data

  Abstract: Polarimetric diversity has received substantial attention as a new dimension to extend the capability of imaging radars. By measuring and decomposing the electromagnetic scattering response of a scene across orthogonal polarisations, structural features of the scene may be inferred. Decomposition algorithms rely on this orthogonality to fully explore the polarisation space. In practice, […]

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Research Seminar Thursday 27th March – Prediction of Surface Radio Refractivity Gradient Distributions, from Weather Station Surface Data

Abstract: The radio refractive index of the atmosphere is only around 300 parts-per-million above unity near the ground, but is affected by temperature and humidity, and vertical gradients in the refractive index cause ray-paths to curve up or down. The effect of this on fixed terrestrial radio systems has been recognised for half a century, […]

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Research Seminar 20th March – The Application of Mode Matching Method in Designing A W-band Iris Band Pass Filter

Abstract: A Waveguide filter is one of the most important components in microwave and millimetre systems. Before the computer age, the traditional method to design a waveguide filter is equivalent circuit method. However, the precision is not preferable, because this method ignores the influence caused by high order modes which are excited by discontinuities in […]

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Our postgraduate students win all three ‘Best Paper’ awards

We congratulate Ms Tiaoming Niu, Ms Zahra Shaterian and Mr Nghia Nguyen-Trong, students from the Applied Electromagnetics Group in the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, who were awarded all three prizes for the best student papers at the 2014 International Workshop on Antenna Technology (iWAT) in Sydney, Australia. The iWAT is an international conference […]

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Research Seminar Thursday 13th March- A complete variational method for the analysis of dissipative electromechanical systems

Abstract: In this seminar, we solve all of the outstanding problems that were defined in an earlier seminar. We describe a complete method for systematically constructing Lagrangian functions for dissipative mechanical, electrical, and electromechanical systems. We derive the equations of motion for some typical electromechanical systems using deterministic principles that are strictly variational. We do […]

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