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The Resonance of Scientific Research – LUK Kwai-man


The Resonance of Scientific Research – LUK Kwai-man

Born to a grassroots family, Professor LUK Kwai-man is definitely a local scientist. He was inspired by his teacher during secondary school and developed much enthusiasm for mathematics and received good grades. He later studied at the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at the University of Hong Kong. In 1985, he was employed by the City Polytechnic of Hong Kong (now the City University of Hong Kong) and started his research on antennas. With the continuous development of modern technology, antennas are not limited to the large antennas we see up above us on the streets. The rapid development of communications technology requires high-performance and stable antennas, and even micro antennas hidden inside mobile phones. Many years ago, Professor LUK and his team developed the “L-shaped Probe Fed Microstrip Antenna” and the “Magneto-electric Dipole Antenna”. Both antennas have wider bandwidths with enhanced reception and stability, and have been used in 4G and 5G network systems. Professor LUK is currently conducting some cross-sector research collaborations to apply radio wave technology to medical tests.
Guest: Professor LUK Kwai-man
Narrator: Ben Pelletier

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