Dunia Alrabadi and Kaleo Roberts are the winners of the ECEn 360 RFID detector contest. The detector was required to detect the RFID coil at a distance of 6 inches for full credit. The detector made by Kaleo and Dunia worked at a distance of 58 inches. In order to achieve this distance they used two amplifier gain stages in addition to the inductive coil and a capacitor. They were awarded a $100 prize by an anonymous donor.
Dr. Karl Warnick's research has led to the development of new concepts and analysis tools that are used in designing phased array antenna systems. Read More...
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Tom Wall, one of our department’s PhD students, won 3rd place in the University wide 3 Minute Thesis (3MT) competition (http://gss.byu.edu/node/2). He had earlier won 1st place in our department and college level competitions. His prize for third at the university was $1000. The title of his 3 minute talk was “Multiplexed Single Bioparticle Detection on a Chip” and he described his work to build an optical sensor on a silicon chip that can detect disease.
Prof. Michael Rice, Jim Abrams Professor, received the Distinguished Service Award from the Communications Theory Technical Committee of the IEEE Communications Society at IEEE Globecom 2013 in Atlanta.
David Arnold is currently the CEO of Wavetronix, which is a company that designs, manufactures and sells radar-based traffic detectors world-wide. View More..
Prof. Michael Rice was appointed Associate Editor-in-Chief of IEEE Transactions on Aerospace & Electronic Systems.
Darren Kartchner and Prof. Michael Rice won the best paper award at the International Telemetering Conference.
Please join us in welcoming our newest faculty member Daniel Smalley.
An MRI scanner is now in operation at Brigham Young University to support research from a variety of disciplines.