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Welcome to the Antennas and Propagation Laboratory (APLab). The APLab is a research group in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. This website provides a wealth of information, so explore!


  • design, analysis, development of printed circuit antennas and arrays
  • radio wave propagation studies for commercial, military applications
  • theoretical and computational electromagnetics
  • scattering and wave propagation
  • thinned array antennas

     more about APLab research



The APLab is led by seven faculty of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Five are Fellows of the IEEE.


        DH Kwon

top: Professors K. Carver, R. Janaswamy, D. Pozar, D. Schaubert

bottom: Professors C. Swift, M. Vouvakis, DH Kwon

more information about APLab faculty



Graduate Studies in Antennas and Propagation

Graduate studies in antennas and propagation can lead to the M.S. or Ph.D degrees for interested qualified students. Prospective students may consult individual faculty about research assistantships and other forms of financial assistance.


graduate degree information and courses in antennas, propagation and systems.

Graduate Students

Graduate students in the APLab come from across the United States and around the world, working closely with faculty on their M.S. theses and Ph.D dissertation research topics.

more information about current and recent graduate students.


The APLab is equipped with a tapered anechoic chamber and modern electronic test instrumentation. Antenna measurements are made over the range 1 - 94 GHz.

more information about APLab facilities.


This website was last modified on February 6, 2004. Please send comments or suggestions to the APLab webmaster.