The Antenna and sub-THz Research Group
The Antenna and sub-THz Research Group of the Warsaw University of Technology (WUT) is a scientific body led by Professor Yevhen Yashchyshyn and composed of three assistant professors, four PhD students and several graduate and undergraduate students. Scope of the research includes many aspects of reconfigurable antennas, sub-THz measurements, and Radio-over-Fiber systems. Over the last few years WUT has upgraded some laboratories in order to meet a growing demand for the development of wireless communication systems, for example a sub-terahertz laboratory.The laboratory allows advanced measurements in time-frequency-space domains up to 500 GHz using an anechoic chamber, sub-THz probe station from Cascade Microtech, and frequency extenders from Virginia Diodes. Members of the group publish regularly in leading scientific journals, e.g. IEEE Trans. Instrum. Meas., IEEE Trans. Antennas Propag., IEEE Antennas Wireless Propag. Lett. We really think that our efforts will facilitate progress in research and attract partners from the industry. As a response to this challenging aim, we have already started manufacturing some prototypes. In conclusion, we think the achievements that have been brought in by our group may enhance the performance of modern wireless communication systems.