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From our flying laboratories to our ground-based technologies, the Avionics Engineering Center at Ohio University maintains a state-of-the-art fleet of technical equipment, including aircraft, an antenna anechoic chamber, and a suite of software for analysis and modeling.

Avionics Aircraft

The Avionics Engineering Center operates a fleet of single-engine piston, multi-engine turboprop, multi-engine radial, and jet aircraft for transportation and research. In addition, we own and operate a Brumby unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) housed, along with our manned fleet, in the Avionics Engineering Center hangar at the Ohio University Bush Airport in Albany, OH. We keep an FAA-certified Airframe and Powerplant mechanic with Inspection Authorization on staff to perform all necessary aircraft maintenance, repairs, and alterations, and to fabricate and install specialized equipment for research missions.

Read more information and technical specifications about our aircraft:

Antenna Anechoic Chamber

Poster diagramming the layout of the antenna anechoic chamber and listing key features and uses

Our indoor Antenna Anechoic Chamber allows researchers to launch and verify in-house antenna designs for near-field and far-field measurements on electrical antennae. Enclosed by shielded anechoic technology, the antenna chamber provides added data accuracy and integrity, including more than 100 dB of isolation (104 dB @ 3GHz); planar, cylindrical, and spherical test modes; and a range of 10 kHz - 6.0 GHz with a vector network analyzer.

For more info, contact Professor Chris Bartone at 740.593.9573, or select one of the downloads below.