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Applied Electromagnetics Lab

Thank you for taking the time to view our Glaske Lab spaces. As you virtually explore some of our engineering and engineering technology lab spaces, you will have a taste of the hands-on work that students build in this space and what makes a lab experience unique at the Christian Polytechnic University.

Applied Electromagnetics Lab 360 Walkthrough

David Fauber takes us on a tour of the Applied Electromagnetics Lab. Click around the video to follow along!

Student working in the Applied Electromagnetics Lab

Information and Learning

In this lab, students learn about RF and microwave applications, design and fabrication of antennas, signal integrity, software-defined radio, and Internet of Things / sensors.

A student working on a project in the Applied Electromagnetics Lab

Lab Equipment

Our Applied Electromagnetics Lab comes fully supplied with the appropriate lab equipment for students. This lab has relative equipment such as vector network and spectrum analyzers, high-speed oscilloscopes and communication modules, signal and function generators, and CST Suite / NI AWR / LabVIEW.

 A student working on a project in the Applied Electromagnetics Lab


On day one of classes, students are provided with full access to their lab spaces in order to have the proper equipment for their class projects. Students gain experience building physical structures in the lab including electromagnetic and IoT projects, software-defined transceivers, and autonomous vehicles. This lab is home to the senior design project, BADGER.