These new magnetic sheets can be incorporated into the design of today’s products, such as smartphones, tablets, and notebooks, to defeat noise problems.
The NSF has provided see funding to TangiTek for an innovative 3D EMI/RFI shielding material.
MEMS mirrors based on vanadium dioxide are being developed for military applications as a cooperative R&D agreement between the U.S. AFRL and Michigan State University.
The unique magnetic properties of ferrite substrate material can be harnessed for a wideband coplanar-waveguide impedance transformer capable of matching a 200-Ω load to a 50-Ω line.
Pivotal Commware, a start-up based in Bellevue, Wash., claims to have cracked the code to affordable phased array antennas that beam wireless signals directly into devices, instead of blanketing them over broad areas...
3D printing techniques can be used to build RF/microwave components for demanding space applications, offering benefits like reduced mass.