ECEN 360 RFID contest winners
Dunia Alrabadi and Kaleo Roberts are the winners of the ECEn 360 RFID detector contest. The detector was required to detect the RFID coil at a distance of 6 inches for full credit. The detector made by Kaleo and Dunia worked at a distance of 58 inches. In orde... (Read Full Article)
Prof. Warnick Contributes to a New IEEE Standard for Antenna Terms
Dr. Karl Warnick's research has led to the development of new concepts and analysis tools that are used in designing phased array antenna systems. Read More...
Electrical Engineering Versus Computer Engineering
The use of the term vs. in the title of this document is misleading — there is no competition between the degree programs. They simply represent different emphases in your course of study.More
Why graduate studies at BYU?
Located in beautiful Provo, Utah, the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Brigham Young University is composed of 24 faculty and approximately 100 graduate students actively engaged in leading-edge research.More