Homeland Security R&D Center

Head of Center: Prof. Yosef Pinhasi

Homeland Security R&D Center

Areas of research include wide band communications and radars, millimeter and tera-Hertz wave passive and active remote sensing and imaging, energy efficient communication techniques, accurate time and frequency analysis and characterization, transmission detection and identification, radiative power beaming, high power masers, lasers and free-electron lasers, spectroscopic measurement techniques for dielectric materials characterization, 5G physical layer communication techniques, software defined radios for millimeter wavelengths, millimeter wave antenna arrays and variable focusing dishes, reduction of elements in patch antenna arrays, atmospheric propagation models for millimeter and sub-millimeter radiation (including fog and haze), modeling of indoor and outdoor wireless links including multi-paths and fading.

Key Words: wireless radars, communications, remote sensing, applications using RF, microwave, millimeter, and sub-millimeter (Tera-Hertz)