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Electromagnetics Group is engaged in the observation and research in ionosphere to support the military and civilian demand for short-wave radio station since 1950s. Since 1974, the group entered the field of study of computational electromagnetics, and expanded to other electromagnetic fields afterwards. This group now has 19 full-time and part-time faculty members. Electromagnetics Group currently engaged in a wide range of research topics, including antennas, transmission lines, planar waveguide, electromagnetic numerical analysis, circuit packaging, ceramic components, microwave and millimeter-wave circuit design, active components analysis and circuit design, electromagnetic compatibility, fiber optic, microwave imaging , radar target identification, inverse scattering and medical applications, mobile communications systems and applications, radio wave propagation, wireless channel propagation characteristics of smart antenna systems, intelligent transport systems, and etc..