This network covers all aspects of the theory and design and modelling of antenna systems and associated components, as well as theoretical and wave experimental studies of electromagnetic wave propagation at any frequency. On these pages you will find resources such as events the network has held and their presentations, through to the latest hot topics, research and development in this field.
First held in 2005, Loughborough Antennas and Propagation Conference (LAPC) has grown to become a truly global event. To gain a greater insight view the vast selection of past presentations.
Cognitive radios have the potential to revolutionise radio systems but there are still technical, regulatory and business barriers that need to be overcome. Only by coming together and understanding the issue can real progress be made towards real exploitation.
A forum for those in the Antennas and Propagation area, read through past conference proceedings to gain a greater insight into this technical field.
This successful partnership series with Cambridge Wireless once again opened up a challenging area; Smart Energy. Radio is attractive for this “Home Area Network” since it makes no demands on the existing wiring and could communicate with devices (such as gas meters) that are “off grid”.
The IET hosted a one-day seminar reviewing the latest developments on mm-wave technologies for Gigabit per second communications.