Jeffrey Nanzer leads the Distributed Electromagnetics Theory and Applications group in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at Michigan State University. He also directs MSU’s Electromagnetics Laboratory, which includes the Antenna Laboratory and the Radar Laboratory. Our group’s research focuses on new technologies in distributed antennas, distributed wireless systems, radar, remote sensing, and imaging.

Recent News:

November 25, 2021: Our paper “Multi-Node Open-Loop Distributed Beamforming Based on Scalable, High-Accuracy Ranging” has been published in the IEEE Sensors Journal.

November 17, 2021: Our paper “Three-Dimensional Velocity Measurement Using a Dual Axis Millimeter-Wave Interferometric Radar” has been published in the IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques.

November 2, 2021: Our paper “Microwave Ranging via Least-Squares Estimation of Spectrally Sparse Signals in Software-Defined Radio” has been published in the IEEE Microwave and Wireless Components Letters.

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