Cameron Recknagel and Annelle Eben set up a turbo pump for the microwave plasma chamber.
Annelle Eben is the first researcher to use the brand new Hitachi TM 3000 scanning electron microscope (SEM). She is examining high temperature superconducting circuits and building a catalog of samples for the Microwave Laboratory and its collaborators.
A SCIENTIFIC FIRST!!! Evan Pease is measuring the even and odd order distortion signals from a superconducting microwave filter. He is using three input signals with a method being developed exclusively in the Hope College Microwave Lab called 3-tone intermodulationdistortion. This ground breaking research will help to establish the limits of superconductivity in microwave electronics […]
Chris Ploch and Cam Recknagel mount a CCD camera and spectrometer made by SBIG onto the plasma chamber in the Microwave Lab. Professor Gonthier has lent his asrophysical expertise to this effort by helping us to do this “turbo-charged” spectroscopy.
Kyle McLellan was caught designing some rather unique microstrip structures using method-of-moments IE3D from Zeland Software. This is one of the numerous professional tools used in the Microwave Lab to ensure that our cutting edge R&D is competitive at the international level.