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1 Title Your Name, Name of Co-Authors ((if any), Name of Advisor Department ABSTRACT This research involves the study of UWB antennas for wireless sensory networks that could not only be used in the Vieques Islands but other outdoor environments prone to signal obstruction. In doing so, there are multiple design parameters that must be taken into consideration such as antenna size, direction of radiation pattern and adaptability to environmental changes, sensor positioning etc... UWB technology has the ability to penetrate surfaces, resolve harsh multi-path environments and send data at a very low power, making it ideal for sensor networks deployed in harsh outdoor environments such as the jungle. Since wireless devices send and receive data through antennas, much attention has been raised to cutting edge antenna technology. The design of small, efficient, antennas specific to the demands of this sensor network is a key element to the success of this project. Therefore our objective is to make strong contributions in the areas of UWB wireless sensor communications and UWB antenna design. Within the framework of UWB our goal is to design an electrically small antenna, with an omnidirectional radiation pattern that produces low signal distortion and provides a wide bandwidth. The antenna must be small enough to function inside sensor packaging and GPS receivers. To meet UWB specification requirements the phase center and VSWR must be nearly constant across the entire bandwidth of operation (3GHz- 10GHz). BACKGROUND The USF College of Marine Science (CMS) is conducting an environmental study in the Puerto Rican Islands of Vieques where the US Navy has been performing missile testing exercises from As a result, studies by the Puerto Rico commonwealth government have reported elevated levels of contaminants in the water, food chain and human population, and higher-than-normal rates of cancer. CMS’s objective is to detect harmful environmental agents left from these bombing exercises. Due to the harsh, ever changing environment of the Vieques Island Jungles, current detection techniques are not very accurate. In addition, travel constraints only allow CMS researchers to gather test samples once or twice per year. In the Electrical Engineering department at USF we see this as an opportunity to make a broader impact on society by aiding in this project. Therefore, we have teamed up with CMS to solve this problem. We will tackle the problem using Ultra-Wideband wireless technology, by deploying a wireless network of biological sensors designed to detect toxins which plague the Vieques Islands. METHODS (Include FIGURES, DIAGRAMS if any) This research involves the study of UWB antennas for wireless sensory networks that could not only be used in the Vieques Islands but other outdoor environments prone to signal obstruction. In doing so, there are multiple design parameters that must be taken into consideration such as antenna size, direction of radiation pattern and adaptability to environmental changes, sensor positioning etc... UWB technology has the ability to penetrate surfaces, resolve harsh multi- path environments and send data at a very low power, making it ideal for sensor networks deployed in harsh outdoor environments such as the jungle. Since wireless devices send and receive data through antennas, much attention has been raised to cutting edge antenna technology. The design of small, efficient, antennas specific to the demands of this sensor network is a key element to the success of this project. Therefore our objective is to make strong contributions in the areas of UWB wireless sensor communications and UWB antenna design. RESULTS These are my results. These are my results. These are my results. These are my results. These are my results. These are my results. These are my results. 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