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Projects/Programs

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Advanced High Frequency Devices

Ongoing
The Advanced High Frequency Devices Program develops measurement methods to determine the characteristics of advanced electronics and devices at high

Advanced Materials Metrology

Ongoing
In this project we measure the fundamental electrical properties of materials from bulk to nanoscale from 1 MHz to 0.3 THz. Understanding the interaction of

Antenna Metrology

Ongoing
Antennas are the eyes, ears and voices of everything from cell phones to interplanetary spacecraft. The Antenna Metrology Program carries on PML's pioneering

Antenna Metrology - Near-Field Scanning

Ongoing
In the early 1970s, NIST researchers pioneered the near-field scanning technique, now the standard method for testing high-performance antennas designed to

Antenna Metrology Project

Ongoing
Antennas are the eyes, ears and voice boxes of everything from cell phones to interplanetary spacecraft. The Antenna Metrology Program carries on NIST's

5G & Beyond

Ongoing
“5G and beyond” refers to future generations of mobile wireless communication systems. The vision for these next-generation systems are to enable groundbreaking

COVID-19 Spectrum Occupancy Project

Ongoing
By conducting a narrowly targeted campaign of wireless activity at homes and hospitals during the COVID-19 pandemic, we seek a more accurate understanding of

Field Parameter Metrology

Ongoing
Consider the consequences if nearby electronics could interfere with a jet's instruments or cause an automobile to stall. The Field Parameter Metrology Program

Fundamental Guided Wave Metrology

Ongoing
Radio-frequency (RF) waves and microwaves are involved with almost every facet of everyday life. Radio stations, television, wireless devices, satellite

Genomics of Electronic Materials

Ongoing
Our goal is to develop the metrology to enable a materials genomic approach to the discovery and optimization of complex electronic and electromagnetic

High-Speed Electronics

Ongoing
This project supports the microwave, telecommunications, computing, and emerging nanoelectronics industries through research and development of high-frequency

NextG Channel Measurement and Modeling

Ongoing
The exponential increase in wireless data transmission from smartphones has led to the saturation of the sub-6 GHz bands forcing providers to explore the use of

Thermal Noise Metrology

Ongoing
This project develops methods for very accurate measurements of thermal noise and provides support for such measurements in the communications and electronics

Trusted Spectrum Testing

Ongoing
The availability of wireless spectrum bandwidth has a profound impact on US industry’s ability to engineer a new generation of wireless devices. This program

Waveform Metrology Project

Ongoing
Today's economy relies on high-speed communications that ride fiber-optic networks, and CTL physicists play a crucial role in providing the means to test the

Wireless Systems Metrology

Ongoing
Imagine how much safer a fire fighter's job would be if it were possible for a robot to navigate in a burning building and locate those in need of assistance