Category Archives: Antennas

JMRSL Succeed to Measure Antenna of Microsatellite CP-SAR

Josaphat Laboratory (JMRSL) succeed to measure performance of our gold coated mesh parabolic antenna for our multiband full polarimetric circularly polarized synthetic aperture radar (CP-SAR) onboard microsatellite. This result will be referred

First Image of JMRSL C Band Circularly Polarized Synthetic Aperture Radar (CP-SAR)

Figure 1. First circularly polarized image of Aircraft onboard CP-SAR that developed by Josaphat Laboratory (JMRSL) 図1.ヨサファット研航空機搭載円偏波合成開口レーダ(CP-SAR)の初画像 Josaphat Laboratory or Josaphat Microwave Remote Sensing Laboratory (JMRSL) in Center for Environmental Remote Sensing,

New book Chapter of Prof Josaphat on Small Antenna Handbook

New book Chapter of Prof Josaphat in Small Antenna Handbook (Japanese Version) 藤本 京平・伊藤 公一編著 (Editors : Kyohei Fujimoto and Koichi Ito) Chapter 9: Josaphat Tetuko Sri Sumantyo, Small Antenna for Unmanned

JMRSL Circularly Polarized Synthetic Aperture Radar onboard Microsatellite

Josaphat Microwave Remote Sensing Laboratory (JMRSL) just finished to develop research model of L Band Circularly Polarized Synthetic Aperture Radar (CP-SAR) onboard Microsatellite (150 kg total payload) on 21 December 2016. This

Ground Test of SAR System

Ground test of Josaphat Laboratory SAR system to investigate our system for point target scattering. This system will be installed on our UAV and Boeing 737-200 for further flight test.

Alumni Visiting : Muhammad Fauzan Edi Purnomo

Alumni of our laboratory, Muhammad Fauzan Edi Purnomo visited our laboratory on 26 March 2015 to promote collaboration to develop microstrip array antenna for UAV synthetic aperture radar (SAR).

Prof Josaphat antenna on new book of Prof Steven Gao !

Prof Josaphat Circularly Polarized Antennas is published on Chapter 5 Circularly Polarized Array of book written by Prof Steven Gao, University of Kent, UK. Circularly Polarized Antennas Steven (Shichang) Gao, Qi Luo,

Installing JMRSL Satellite Ground Station

Installing Josaphat Microwave Remote Sensing Laboratory (JMRSL) Satellite Ground Station at 9F of Faculty of Engineering Building, and Main Satellite Control Room, 8F and Sub Satellite Control Room 2F of CEReS Building.

Weather Radar Antenna

Josaphat Laboratory develops some antenna for weather radar, i.e. antenna for X band weather radar.

The 3rd Spaceborne Antenna Workshop

The 3rd Spaceborne Antenna workshop by Josaphat Laboratory for staffs of Tohoku University and Chiba Institute of Technology to develop spaceborne antennas for microsatellites and nanosatellites, 16 December 2013