Company Philosophy

Global Wireless Technology (GWT), Inc., a private company, was founded in 2007. GWT has been developing innovative wireless technologies that challenge and advance the state-of-the-art in the wireless area. GWT improves the efficiency of existing wireless systems, including RFID and medical applications, while offering an attractive risk-free business approach for its customers. View more ++

GWT was a gold sponsor of the 2013 IEEE International Conference on Electro/Information Technology. GWT's founder, Dr. David Nghiem, was a keynote speaker for the conference. He gave a presentation on "Cell-phone: Issues & Solutions". GWT cares about the several billion cell-phone users around the world. GWT's mission is to help both the industry and the public by providing not only safe technologies, but also reliable measurement techniques. View more ++
Click here to watch Dr. Nghiem's seminar on Cell-phone Issues and Solutions at the Idaho State University.

GWT breakthrough technology for wireless power-charging applications was discussed at the June 2015 IEEE Seminar on "Bluetooth Communication Systems for Medical Implant Applications" in Twin Cities, Minnesota. Download the presentation.

Technologies & Services

  • GWT Solution for Non-metal Explosive Detection

    This cost-effective and advanced technology is utilized for home-land security and anti-terrorism applications.

  • GWT Consulting

    Antenna/circuit/system design, analysis and measurement, design/engineering verification testing, system/interference/EMC/EMI/MRI testing, certification testing, production testing, and regulatory/compliance matters.

  • GWT MRI Safety/Compatibility

    GWT has developed cost-effective MRI safety/compatibility technologies for implant devices, including wireless pacemakers, defibrillators and bio-sensors. GWT technologies also provide a competitive advantage at an affordable price.

  • GWT Antenna Measurement Technique

    In addition to our unique antenna-design methodology, the active/passive antenna-efficiency measurement technique significantly shortens the design cycle, including antenna design for the RFID and medical applications.