Mark Golkowski

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—This paper addresses a few specific aspects of measuring the lower bound of antenna efficiency in a reverberation chamber. While the initial method for measuring the lower bound of efficiency has been presented, three key revisions are discussed here: (1) an updated notation, (2) a revised method for calculating the lower bound of efficiency, and (3) a new(More)
—Determining absolute transmitting efficiency has been a difficult task since the inception of the antenna itself. While methods that can measure transmitting efficiency do exist, most are complicated and prone to high uncertainties. A new method is presented for determining the lower bound of absolute transmitting efficiency by use of a reverberation(More)
A recently developed lower bound antenna receive efficiency method in reverberation chambers is evaluated theoretically and experimentally using three monopole antennas with resonances at 1700MHz, 1100MHz and 700MHz The antennas were designed, simulated in FEKO and HFSS software packages, and fabricated. The reverberation chamber at the National Institute(More)
• New algorithm for distributed self-tuning synchronization of multi-agent systems. • Error between velocity of an agent and the average of its neighbors is minimized • Algorithm generates nonnegative and primitive inter-agent coupling matrix. • The agent velocities converge toward same constant value. • Velocities converge sufficiently fast so that(More)
Non-thermal plasma has become an increasingly useful technology across a wide variety of disciplines. Currently a number of plasma-based technologies, which deliver reactive oxygen and nitrogen species (RONS), are being investigated for therapeutic sterilization in the biomedical field. We report on a novel, non-thermal plasma/free radical system developed(More)
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