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Microwave and Antenna Laboratory

Microwave and Antenna Laboratory is used both as an education laboratory and as a research laboratory. The research areas are focused on electromagnetic modeling, electromagnetic scattering, antenna design and microwave circuit design. This laboratory aims practical experiments for the ELE 440-Antennas and Propagation, ELE 447-Microwave Techniques I and ELE 448-Microwave Techniques II courses. The measurements, the experiments and hardware facilities are below:

Measurements and Experiments:

  • Antenna Pattern, Antenna Gain
  • Doppler Radar and Doppler Phase Shift
  • Frequency, Wavelength and Impedance Measurement in Transmission Lines
  • Power and Impedance Measurement in Waveguides
  • Impedance Matching in Waveguides
  • Impedance Matching in Microstrip Lines
  • Open and Short Circuit Measuments in Microstrip Lines
  • S-parameters Measurements Using Network Analyzer

Hardware Facilities:

  • Agilent E5071C Network Analyzer (300KHz – 20Ghz)
  • Microwave Trainer
  • RF Power Meter
  • Doppler Shift Radar Trainer
  • Transmission Line Demonstrator
  • Antenna Systems Demonstrator
  • Fiber Optic Trainer
  • Agilent E4421B 250KHz-3GHz RF Signal Generator
  • Agilent DS06102A 100MHz-1GHz Osiloskop
  • Rohde Schwarz Polyskop
  • Osiloskop-HAMEG
  • Horn and Yagi Uda Antenna
  • Attenuators
  • SWR Meter
  • Diode Detectors
  • Frequencymeters
  • Passive Microwave Components (Circulator, Phase Shifter, Directional Couplers, Series, Parallel and Hybrid Tee’s, Power Dividers, Filters)
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