Team: Radio frequencies and antennas Team leader: MANSOUL Ali Team Overview The Radio Frequencies and Antennas team is part of the Telecommunications division. It is specialized in the study of telecommunication systems and in the design and characterization of RF devices. Research Themes E-health Digital: Smart X Security Reconfigurable adaptive and cognitive systems Knowledge and training Expertise Digital signal processing Design and characterization of RF devices Electromagnetic modeling Design of multistandard miniature antennas, reconfigurable antennas and multi-antenna systems Topic of Impact Telecommunications Research projects Socio-economic project As part of these research activities the team is currently working on a project with socio-economic impact in the title is : “Design and Development of Devices for Vehicle Speed Measurement and Control”. The goal behind this project is to develop prototypes for speed measurement and control at lower cost for national needs. FNR research project As part of FNR research projects, the team is currently working on a project in the title is: “Design and Development of Solutions to Improve Performance of Modern Communication Systems”. The main objective of this research program is to propose original solutions (software or hardware) to improve the performance of communication systems in terms of data rate and security Colaboration Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue (UQAT), Canada. Institut National de la Recherche scientifique (INRS), Canada. University of Technology, Malaysia (UTM). Université Polytechnique de haut de France (UPHR), Valenciennes – France. Ongoing PhD Thesis Mokhtari Mokhtar, « Study and design of a printed antenna model: application to medical imaging » USTHB, Algiers, Algeria.