Corry Micronics’ line of high power RF amplifiers feature up to 40% efficiency, an extended temperature range of -20oC to 55oC for MIL-STD applications, and status monitoring signals that provide diagnostic information.
Using technology inspired by scientist and futurist Nikola Tesla, a team of researchers at Imperial College London has devised a method to wirelessly charge airborne drones. The new system of wireless power transfer could have many industrial, scientific, and healthcare applications when successfully commercialized.
Researchers have demonstrated a proof-of-concept technique that twists a light beam into more than one hundred spatial modes to carry more information than what is possible through current telecommunications technologies.
The name “Internet of Things” (IoT) can be misleading in that it does not actually refer to a specific group of things. It really isn’t a new concept either, rather a maturing technology that is making its way into the mainstream eye. Just like every other universally connected device, it operates over our regular internet with familiar applications in wearables and the smart home. So what is the real value of IoT? This white paper provides information on what the IoT has to offer now and in the future, and what defines its true value.
Researchers at the University of Washington (UW) have, for the first time, successfully demonstrated that commodity devices such as smartphones and laptops can transmit electromagnetic signals directly through the body, thereby offering a more secure alternative to over-the-air wireless technologies that are vulnerable to attacks.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) continues to support projects to promote efficient radio spectrum sharing and new wireless technologies, with its latest funding awards amounting to $12 million going to 11 principal investigators and projects.
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Today, Cavium, Inc. (NASDAQ: CAVM), a leading provider of semiconductor products that enable intelligent processing for enterprise and cloud data centers, announced that it is showcasing technologies available for its FastLinQ™ line of 10/25/40/50/100GbE Ethernet adapters that accelerate the deployment of OpenStack by delivering the ability to orchestrate and manage an OpenStack configuration for hybrid and public cloud deployments.
OriginGPS, one of the leading manufacturers of miniature Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) modules, announced recently the launch of three new products built on the flash-based SiRFstar V from Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.
Telit , a global enabler of the Internet of Things (IoT), recently announced commercial availability of the SE873Q5, an ultra-low-power, high-sensitivity GNSS module with very small physical dimensions, completely compatible with its popular SE873 module.
Wi-Fi Alliance certification for products based on the 802.11ad standard, known as Wi-Fi CERTIFIED WiGig™, brings multi-vendor interoperability needed to proliferate WiGig® devices.
Integrated Device Technology, Inc. (IDT) (NASDAQ: IDTI) today announced RapidIO® Gen3 interoperability with Xilinx UltraScale™ FPGAs, enabling a key technology for global rollout of 5G and other advanced network systems.
Wireless connectivity modules have become increasingly popular with Industry 4.0 and Internet of Things (IoT) developers because advanced integration helps lower development costs, eases burden on RF design, reduces time to market and simplifies procurement and certification.