Mishra - R&D Engineer - New Delhi, DL, India

Kushal Mishra

New Delhi, DL, India


3+ Years Experience in R&D in area of RF/Microwave, Antenna Designing, RF Components, Radar and Satellite.


R&D Engineer


HFSS, CST, NI Labview, Labview FPGA, Vector Signal Analyzer, Vector Signal Generator, RFSA, RFSG, ADS, MATLAB

Work History

Sr. Project Engineer

Indian Institute of Technology (R&D), Jodhpur

From May 2011

Conceptualizing, Designing, Optimizing and Testing of RF/Microwave Components and Antennas.

Working Environment: Ansys HFSS, CST, NI Labview, NI Labview FPGA, RFSA, RFSG, VSA, MATLAB, ADS etc


Conceptualization and Design of Free Space Microwave Measurement Facility

Determination of Electromagnetic properties of materials at microwave frequencies is
essentially required for various applications in modern electronics for design and development of electronic
devices as well as in the field of defence for reduction of detection probability of targets by applying Radar
Absorbing Materials (RAMs). Design of RAMs requires knowledge certain EM properties i.e. complex
permittivity and permeability. For practical applications, these materials can be developed in the form of
tiles, coatings or sheets. Among various techniques available for microwave characterization of RAM
materials, the Free Space technique based on Spot Focusing Lens Antenna system is most suitable
because of its certain special features like nondestructive in nature, capability to evaluate material under
test at specific physical conditions like high temperature evaluation etc. In addition, special type of
structural RAMs like Metamaterials, Chiral composites can also be characterized with this technique. So,
establishment of such a Measurement System for Characterization of EM properties of materials i.e.
Complex Permittivity and Permeability in the frequency range 2-40GHz was essential.

DRFM based Active Radar Simulator

The simulation of RADAR is of practical significance and important to confirm the
correctness / performance of receiver system, in laboratory environment. It is important to characterize the
behavior of the test system by simulation before the real environment testing, so we can improve on
receiver performance and algorithms avoiding costly field trials. Design and implementation of a signal
level simulator supporting a wide variety of radar systems, and focusing on static and various modes of
radars. The simulator is proposed with arbitrary numbers of scatterers, reflectors with complex geometry
and will support pulsed and continuous wave (CW) radar systems. These parameters will provide a
realistic simulation given a real target or hostile environment that the radar or EW system will be operating.
Thus we can characterize the test system for number of targets that can be tracked, maneuvering targets,
system reaction to different types jamming like velocity gate stealing, or a RF barrage.

Qualifications & Certifications

Electronics and Communication Engineering

Rajasthan Technical University

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