BBC World Service filming with the School of Electronics and Computer Science
15 December 2010
Dr. D. Budimir and some of his research students contributed to this production. They explained the basics of Microwaves, discussed their current and future applications such as Telecommunications, Broadcasting, Radar, Medicine, Heating, Astronomy, Next Generation Mobile and Fixed Wireless Communication Systems, Wireless Power Transmission, Batteryless Mobile and Wireless Units, and Batteryless Electric Cars. Staff also demonstrated laboratory facilities for designing, fabrication and testing microwave circuits and subsystems. The program was hosted at the premises of the Wireless Communications Research Laboratory, School of Electronics and Computer Science.
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