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Trajectory Optimization for a Mars Ascent Vehicle

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The trajectory design, propellant loading, and staging of a Mars Ascent Vehicle (MAV) can be accomplished via the solution of the associated optimal control problem under given vehicle, mission, path and control constraints. This paper presents the Continue reading

Enhanced Learning–Combining MATLAB Simulation with Telecommunication Instructional Modeling (TIMS™) in a Senior Level Communication Systems Course

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In this paper we present the successes of combining MATLAB™ simulation methods with the Telecommunication Instructional Modeling System (EMONA-IMS™) to provide experiential learning in our senior level wireless communication systems course. Continue reading

IR-Depth Face Detection and Lip Localization Using Kinect V2

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Face recognition and lip localization are two main building blocks in the development of audio visual automatic speech recognition systems (AV-ASR). In many earlier works, face recognition and lip localization were conducted in uniform lighting conditions with Continue reading

Multiport Circular Polarized RFID-Tag Antenna for UHF Sensor Applications

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A circular polarized patch antenna for UHF RFID tag-based sensor applications is presented, with the circular polarization (CP) generated by a new antenna shape, an asymmetric stars shaped slotted microstrip patch antenna (CP-ASSSMP). Continue reading

Design, Analysis, and Verification of Ka-Band Pattern Reconfigurable Patch Antenna Using RF MEMS Switches

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This paper proposes a radiating pattern reconfigurable antenna by employing RF Micro-electromechanical Systems (RF MEMS) switches. The antenna has a low profile and small size of 4 mm × 5 mm × 0.4 mm, and mainly consists of one main patch, Continue reading

Comparison of Metal-Backed Free-Space and Open-Ended Coaxial Probe Techniques for the Dielectric Characterization of Aeronautical Composites

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The trend in the last few decades is that current unmanned aerial vehicles are completely made of composite materials rather than metallic, such as carbon-fiber or fiberglass composites. From the electromagnetic point of view, this fact forces engineers Continue reading