recent publications

♦   H. B. Baskey and M. J. Akhtar, “Design of Flexible Hybrid Nanocomposite Structure based on Frequency Selective Surface for the Wide Band Radar Cross Section Reduction,” accepted for publication in IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques.

♦   H. B. Baskey, E. Johari and M. J. Akhtar, “Metamaterial Structure Integrated With a Dielectric Absorber for Wideband Reduction of Antennas Radar Cross Section,” IEEE Transactions on Electromagnetic Compatibility, Vol. 59, No. 4, Jan. 2017, pp. 1-10.

♦   Z. Akhter, A. Jha and M. J. Akhtar, “Generalized RF Time Domain Imaging Technique for Moving Objects on Conveyor belts in Real Time,” accepted for publication in IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, Dec. 2016.

♦   S. Panda, N. K. Tiwari and M. J. Akhtar, “Computationally intelligent sensor system for microwave characterization of dielectric sheets”, IEEE Sensors Journal, Vol. 16, No. 20, Oct. 2016, pp. 7483-7493.

♦   Z. Akhter and M. J. Akhtar, “Free-space time domain position insensitive technique for simultaneous measurement of complex permittivity and thickness of lossy dielectric samples,” IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement, Vol. 65, No. 10, Oct. 2016, pp. 2394-2405.

♦   A. Jha and M. J. Akhtar, "Design of multilayered epsilon-near-zero microwave planar sensor for testing of dispersive materials," IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, Vol. 63, No. 8, Aug. 2015, pp. 2418-2426.

books

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M.I.M.T. Lab

Microwave Imaging and Material Testing Laboratory

The MIMT Lab is equipped with number of facilities in the broader areas of Microwave imaging, characterization and nondestructive testing in the RF & Microwave frequency range. The MIMT Lab is equipped with number of facilities in the broader areas of Microwave imaging, characterization and nondestructive testing in the RF & Microwave frequency range.

virtual lab

RF and microwave characterization virtual lab

The idea of virtual laboratory is to provide students a chance to perform experiments using the internet and visual aids without having the equipments at their end. The Virtual lab program presents a unique opportunity to boost the quality of engineering education, deepen understanding, and provide the necessary practical skills to young minds through cost effective outreach and distance learning activities.

Selected Research works

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Metamaterial-inspired microwave sensor

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Computationally Intelligent Sensor System

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Hemisphere lens-loaded Vivaldi antenna for microwave imaging

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characterization of oxidized electrolytic copper powder

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Multilayered Epsilon-Near-Zero Microwave Planar Sensor

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CSRR-Based Planar Sensor for Non-invasive Measurement