The primary goal of the Antenna Group is to foster active research in antenna design in Ghana. To become the hub of Antenna and Microwave Research in West Africa and the entire continent by designing novel antennas with simulation tools and manufacturing them with the help of local and international partners (that we are currently seeking) for academic research and industry.
M. S. Ellis, N. A. Owusu-Achiaw, S. A. Osei, D. Nakojah, “circularly polarized printed edge-placed printed monopole antenna using theory of characteristic modes”, Microw. Opt. Technol. Lett., pp. 1 – 9, 2023
K. O. Gyasi, A. Boukarkar, K. S. O. Kwakye, M. S. Ellis, A.-R. Ahmed, J. J. Kponyo, M. A. Basit, N. Shoaib, "Characteristic mode analysis of a compact circularly polarized rotated square slot antenna" Microwave and Optical Technology Letters, pp. 1-8, 2023
M. S. Ellis, Nana Afia Owusu-Achiaw, Stephen Asante Osei, David Nakojah "Design of a circularly polarized printed open-slot antenna using theory of characteristic modes" Microwave and Optical Technology Letters, pp. 1-9, 2023
P. Arthur, M. S. Ellis, A.-R. Ahmed, J. J. Kponyo, "Design of pattern-reconfigurable circularly polarized unidirectional antenna based on quasi-radiator for ISM applications," Heliyon, 8(11), e11721, 2022.
The antenna group was officially established by Dr. Sani Mubarak Ellis in 2020. The group is part of the Department of Telecommunication Engineering, KNUST.