Using Subharmonic Tags to Sense and Navigate

Cristian Cassella

ECE Assistant Professor Cristian Cassella, in collaboration with Rogers Corporation, received a fifteen-month grant for $148K for “Subharmonic Tags on Magneto-Dielectric Substrates.” In this project, Cassella and his group will develop exceptionally small subharmonic tags (SubHTs) for sensing, navigation, and localization by relying on SubHTs’ unique dynamics and on the unique electromagnetic properties of Rogers dielectric materials. This project further develops a technology for IoT invented at Northeastern.

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Related Departments:Electrical & Computer Engineering