Seminar by Prof. Shiwen Yang @unitn

The ELEDIA Research Center is pleased to announce the seminar entitled " A Review of The Four-Dimensional Antenna Arrays " which…

Ing. Ahmed won the "Student Competition Award" at QNDE-2017

The ELEDIA Research Center is pleased to announce that Ing. S. Ahmed won among all the applicants disciplines into "Student Competition…

IWMbD2017 Registration is Open!

The ELEDIA Research Center announces that the Registration to the "Third International Workshop on Metamaterials-by-Design" is open. The Workshop will…

Prof. Andrea Massa cited by "The Guardian" as Fellow of the IET

The ELEDIA Research Center is pleased to announce that the magazine "The Guardian" has published, on Thursday 27th April 2017,…

IEEE-JMMCT Special Section on MbD

The ELEDIA Research Center is pleased to announce an upcoming Special Section of the IEEE Journal on Multiscale and Multiphysics…

Prof. Massa Awarded as Fellow of the IET

The ELEDIA Research Center is pleased to announce that Prof. A. Massa is a Fellow of the Institution of Engineering and…

Barzilai Prize won by Ing. Anselmi

The ELEDIA Research Center is pleased to announce that Ing. Nicola Anselmi is the recipient of the Barzilai Prize at…

Ing. Tenuti recipient of a CNIT Award

The ELEDIA Research Center is pleased to announce that Ing. Lorenza Tenuti is the recipient of one of the three CNIT Awards…

IEEE AP/ED/MTT North Italy Chapter has been awarded

The ELEDIA Research Center is pleased to announce that the IEEE AP/ED/MTT North Italy Chapter (chair: Prof. Giacomo OLIVERI; Vice-Chair:…

Proceedings IEEE: ELEDIA Paper on Unconventional Phased Arrays

  The ELEDIA Research Center is pleased to announce the publication in the Proceedings of the IEEE of the paper:…

R. J. Mailloux has joined ELEDIA

The ELEDIA Research Center is pleased to announce that Dr. R. J. Mailloux is member of the ELEDIA Teaching Staff.…

Prof. Massa is IEEE AP-S Distinguished Lecturer

The ELEDIA Research Center is pleased to announce that Prof. A. Massa has been appointed as a Distinguished Lecturer of…

Facilities

The UESTC-ELEDIA Research Center is located at the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China (UESTC), Chengdu, P.R. China. The Research Center is equipped with state-of-the-art RF and microwave measurement facilities, high performance computation facilities and electromagnetic CAD tools, to fully support research, analysis, modeling, test and development efforts related to antennas and high frequency electromagnetic systems.

Measurement Facilities

Anechoic chamber (25 m× 15 m × 15 m) equipped with the following facilities for flexible antenna pattern and gain measurements:

  • NSI 2000 far-field antenna measurement system up to 40 GHz;
  • NSI planar near-field system with 9 m × 9 m high precision planar scanner;
  • NSI cylindrical near-field system for measuring broad-beam antennas.

 

 

Anechoic chamber (20 m× 11 m × 11 m) equipped with MI compact range measurement system (1.8 m quite zone) for radar cross-section measurements, scattering studies, as well as electrically large antenna measurement.

Satimo spherical near-field system providing fully automated high quality pattern and gain measurements

Agilent N5234A Network Analyzer Frequency range: 10MHz-43.5 GHz.

 

Computer Facilities 

Computer facilities available for research in the Research Center include plenty of workstations and scientific computation servers with 512 GB RAM and up to 64 cores.

Electromagnetic CAD Tool

The available computational software packages in Research Center include various commercial electromagnetic simulators and antenna CAD tools as well as numerical codes developed in-house at the UESTC-ELEDIA. In particular, the electromagnetic simulation codes available for research include:

  • High Frequency Structure Simulator (HFSS) for finite element modeling of arbitrary 3-D structures;
  • FEKO for Method of Moments modelling of arbitrary electrically large 3-D structures;
  • CST MWS for numerical solution of Maxwell Equations.

Various MOM based in-house codes, e.g., Characteristic Mode Solver, is also developed to investigate the operation mechanisms of arbitrarily shaped antennas with complicated materials.