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Lectures on Radio Technology, History, and Applications
Hosted by The MIT Radio Society and EECS. See schedule below for a list of dates and topics. All talks take place in MIT room 4-270 and will be livestreamed and recorded.
Have you ever wondered about the underlying principles behind Wi-Fi? How radar works, or how we know so much about the early universe? Or even just what those people are doing up on the Green Building roof at such odd hours?
This IAP, the MIT Radio Society (W1MX, MIT’s Amateur Radio Club) is hosting a lecture series on everything radio. Each talk will be a self-contained window into a different facet of radio, ranging from radar techniques, interferometry, imaging and radioastronomy, to the design of antennas and modern chip scale RF devices. No prior experience with radio is necessary or expected and all are welcome. Feel free to attend individual lectures, or better yet come to all of them!
Next Talk: Chip-Scale THz Circuits and Sensors, Wednesday Jan. 29, 5:00 PM ET
Tune in to our live stream or come back any time after to view a recording.
The Next Generation of Weather Radar
University Of Oklahoma
Friday January 10, 5:00-7:00pm Room 4-270
University of New Hampshire
Monday January 13, 5:00-7:00pm Room 4-270
Radio Noises From the Sky
Wednesday January 15, 5:00-7:00pm Room 4-270
EDGES: Measuring the Early Universe
MIT Haystack Observatory
Wednesday January 22, 5:00-7:00pm Room 4-270
University of Massachusetts Boston
Friday January 24, 5:00-7:00pm Room 4-270
Chip-Scale THz Circuits and Sensors
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Wednesday January 29, 5:00-7:00pm Room 4-270