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Cloth Antenna Technology Developed by PaneraTech’s CEO & CTO Dr. Bayram and His Team While at The Ohio State University Featured in The New York Times.

October 24th, 2011

Falls Church, VA —The New York Times featured an article on innovative cloth antenna technology based on embroidered conductive yarns (e-fiber) that was developed by PaneraTech CEO & CTO Dr. Bayram and his team while he was at The Ohio State University. This research was funded by the Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR) under the GameChanger program. Prof. John Volakis at The Ohio State University was the principal investigator for the GameChanger program and Dr. Bayram was the program manager at The Ohio State University. Dr. Bayram led the invention and development of this technology with his team at The Ohio State University. The New York Times article can be found here.

The Ohio State University College of Engineering also featured this technology in its News in Engineering magazine. The article can be accessed here and can be downloaded here.

This technology was also featured in SQE magazine in May of 2011. The SQE article can be found here and here.



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