Elias A. Alwan

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This paper presents a reconfigurable low profile ultra-wideband (UWB) phased array, having as much as 14.1:1 instantaneous bandwidth suitable for UHF to millimeter wave applications, with unprecedented integrated digital beam-forming capability across the entire bandwidth. To realize spectrum efficiency, aperture reconfiguration is also proposed. That is,(More)
We present a novel ultra-wideband (UWB) dual-linear polarized phased array designed for simultaneous transmit and receive (STAR) monostatic antenna systems. The dual-linear polarized array employs a tightly coupled dipole topology that achieves an UWB operation from 2GHz to 18GHz, viz 9∶1 bandwidth. Also, its port to port isolation is at least 45dB(More)
We proposed a novel reduced hardware receiver architecture with on-site coding. The proposed system offers a substantial reduction in the number of ADCs, and hence, fewer FPGA I/O pins. This results in a significant SWAP-C reduction, making digital beamforming with multiple concurrent beams more practical for large arrays. The proposed system was(More)
We propose a new class of transceivers for secure communication and interference mitigation, operating over large bandwidths on the order of 10GHz. Specifically, a novel coding approach that combines frequency and code multiplexing is proposed. Equally important is power and hardware reduction by implementing a low power on-site coding with beamforming. The(More)
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