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DoD Special Sessions: Wireless

  1. Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) Safety Assessment for Wireless Network after Next (WNaN) Radio Antennas
  2. Michael Breckenridge
    US ARMY, CERDEC S&TCD, Ft. Monmouth, NJ

  3. Challenges of using Software Defined Radio Platforms in validating Cognitive Network Concepts
  4. Siamak Samoohi
    Tactical Wireless Network Division, S&TCD CERDEC

  5. 64 Channel testbed for Dynamic Spectrum Access (DSA) Validation
  6. Tim Leising
    GIG Tactical Network Division, S&TCD CERDEC

  7. Wireless Network Cocast: Cooperative Communications with Space-Time Network Coding
  8. Hung-Quoc Lai
    TWN Division, S&TCD CERDEC

  9. Collaborative Spectrum Sensing for Cognitive Radio Networks - Factors for Optimal Decision Points
  10. D. L. Davis
    Booz Allen Hamilton, Red Bank, NJ, United States
    F. Hasan
    CERDEC S&TCD, US Army RDECOM, Eatontown, NJ, United States

  11. Spectrum Analysis System for Dynamic Spectrum Access Policy Generation
  12. Jeffrey Boksiner
    US ARMY, CERDEC S&TCD, Ft. Monmouth, NJ

DoD Special Sessions: Antennas I

  1. Steerable Risley Prism Antennas with Low Side Lobes in the Ka Band
  2. Brad Tame
    Ball Aerospace

  3. RF Performance of Lightweight Multi Horn Switched Beam Antennas Made of Injection Molded Plastics for Unmanned Systems
  4. Adam Kroening
    EMS Technologies

  5. Semi Automated Rotman Lens Design with High AJ Performance in the C-Band
  6. Randall Olsen
    SPAWAR

  7. Miniaturization Challenges for Autonomously Phased Arrays in a Cubesat Application
  8. Wayne Shiroma
    University of Hawaii

  9. Wavelength-Scaled Ultra-Wide Bandwidth Multi-Function Phased Arrays
  10. Rick Kindt
    NRL

  11. ALARIC Forward-Looking Ground Penetrating Radar System with Standoff Capability
  12. Tuan Ton
    US ARMY, CERDEC NVESD

  13. Low-Profile Arrays with Integrated Beamformers
  14. Steven Weiss
    ARL/SEDD

DoD Special Sessions: Antennas II

  1. Waveguide-to-CPW Transition for an Active Phased Array for Collision Avoidance Radar
  2. Amir I. Zaghloul
    ARL/SEDD

  3. Evaluating the Impact of Wave Polarization on Improvised Explosive Device (IED) Jamming
  4. Henry Tsai
    US ARMY, CERDEC S&TCD, Ft. Monmouth, NJ

  5. Electromagnetic Modeling & Simulation for Assessing Hazards of Electromagnetic Radiation to Personnel (HERP)
  6. Marianne Lazzaro
    US ARMY, CERDEC S&TCD, Ft. Monmouth, NJ

  7. Application of a High Frequency Ultra-Wide-Band Waveform to the Small Marine User
  8. Paul Mileski
    NUWC

  9. Armor Embedded Antennas for Land Vehicles
  10. Waliul Mizan
    US ARMY, CERDEC S&TCD, Ft. Monmouth, NJ

  11. Inkjet-printed UHF Antenna with Integrated EBG Structure
  12. Manos Tentzeris
    Georgia Tech University

  13. Estimation Of Soil Permittivity Through Autoregressive Modeling Of Time-domain Ground-penetrating Radar Data
  14. Peter Torrione
    Duke University

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