About the Project
The small physical size of nano-satellites places significant constraints on the design of radar systems. The miniaturization of SAR systems to fit on a CubeSat requires new technological breakthroughs that go beyond state-of-the-art.
The aim of this PhD project is to develop a novel miniaturised radar front-end suitable for a nano-satellite, particularly focusing on approaches to reduce the number of RF beam-forming chains required and understanding the engineering trade-offs.
Applicants must have a background in electrical/electronics engineering and ideally experience with designing RF circuits.
A tax-free stipend of $NZD 28,200 per year is available for 3 years.
Contact for questions: Andrew Austin, email@example.com
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