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He received the 1993 Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society (ACES) Best Paper Award and a 1993 URSI Young Scientist Award. In 1994, he received the Pennsylvania State University Applied Research Laboratory Outstanding Publication Award. He received a College of Engineering PSES Outstanding Research Award and Outstanding Teaching Award in March 2000 and March 2002, respectively. He recently received an IEEE Central Pennsylvania Section Millennium Medal. He has also received several Letters of Commendation from Penn State’s Department of Electrical Engineering for outstanding teaching and research.
52, NO. 8, AUGUST 2004 Fig. 13. Scenarios for the measurements. For the LOS scenarios transmitter and receiver are placed in the same room. For the NLOS scenarios the transmitter is placed in the corridor. Fig. 15. Transmission gain of different MIMO systems for the path based channel model. The SISO system has one transmit and one receive dipole. Fig. 14. Measured cumulative distribution functions of the capacity for different antenna scenarios at 2 GHz. The three dipoles have spacings of =4.
The modes are excited the same way as for the spiral antenna. The lower frequency bounds of the modes are a function of different geometry parameters, thus are not as easy accessible as for the spiral. In general the lower frequency bounds are higher than the ones for the spiral antenna for a given outer radius of the antennas. They decrease with increasing (for see Fig. 2), since the antenna resembles in sections a spiral antenna for large . The patterns of mode 1 and 2 are given in Figs. 6 and 7.