The RF and Applied Electromagnetics Lab (L31) is equipped with high frequency devices and tools to explore the RF and applied electromagnetics field. This lab acts as a research lab to research scholars, research associates and interns, and also as a course lab for thesis and course projects, apart from functioning as a testing lab for antenna testing and simulation. This website provides information about the research and development activities and achievements of its associated research groups and students. Main Research areas of the lab include Radio and Microwave frequencies, Antenna theory and design fields. Its goal is to become a leading research and development group in the RF and Applied Electromagnetics Engineering.


  • Antennas Theory and Design
  • Field and Waves
  • RF circuit design

Research/UG Projects

  • RFID Systems
  • Magnetic levitated trains- Maglev
  • EM cancer zappers
  • Reflector Antennas
  • Radar
  • RF Transceiver



  • Fieldfox Vector Network Analyzer
  • Mixed Domain Oscilloscopes
  • Signal Analyzers and Generators
  • Spectrum Analyzer
  • Microwave Bench and Trainer Kits


  • Advanced Design System (ADS)
  • IE3D- Scalable EM Simulation Solution
A detailed list of all the resources available in the lab can be accessed here.