Cambridge ElectroMagnetic Technology Ltd (CEMTL), a new spin-out from the University of Cambridge, is supporting the construction of the Square Kilometre Array (SKA), a project that will increase our understanding of the universe using the world's largest radio telescope.
Cambridge ElectroMagnetic Technology Ltd (CEMTL) was founded in 2019 by 3 academics of the Cavendish Astrophysics Laboratory in the University of Cambridge.
Our expertise in applying the complex physics RF design to engineering a cost effective design is used to develop hugely challenging radio telescopes for cosmology.
We can offer you our capabilities to deliver high performance world beating products. Our services include:
- Ultra fast full-wave electromagnetic modelling of large multi-port structures
- Design of antennas and low noise electronics
- Design of phased array systems
- Specialization in wideband and electrically-large structures
- Our capabilities include the electromagnetic modelling of wearable technology, complex network interference, mutual coupling, etc.
Prof Frank G. Schroeder, University of Delaware (USA) & Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (Germany)
I have ordered SKALA v2 antennas for my project 'PeV-Radio' funded by the European Research Council. We installed a prototype detector station with three such antennas above the IceCube Neutrino Observatory at the South Pole, and have successfuly measured cosmic-ray air showers with these antennas. They have been a great help in providing all neccessary information we needed. Despite all the difficulties caused by the Covid pandemic, they managed to deliver the antennas just in time when we needed them. Now I am looking forward to install many more antennas at the South Pole during the next years. I can certaintly recommend them.