When temporary wireless sensors are used for medical applications, multiple surgeries are needed to install and remove the sensor. If a wholly biodegradable sensor were used, the removal surgery would become unnecessary. To save patients a costly...
By providing a global gathering for all microwave technologists, the IEEE MTT International Microwave Symposium (IMS) again promises to be the gem of Microwave Week.
A thick metal cladding laminated to a typical high-frequency substrate has many potential benefits. It may solve issues caused by thermal stress, connector mounts, strip-line metal thickness requirements, and housing connections.
Gallium nitride (GaN) continues to reach new milestones as a leading semiconductor technology. As a replacement for silicon carbide (SiC) on diamond, for instance, Raytheon’s GaN-on-diamond devices reportedly boasted three to five times’ higher t...
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Free samples of RF absorber materials for use from 1 to 40 GHz are available upon request.
These tapes and sheets provide EMI suppression from RF through microwave frequencies for noise suppression in a variety of industries.
Understanding the design eccentricities of routinely used substrates for low-cost RF applications, like printed-circuit boards (PCBs), is necessary to meet markets demands for miniaturization.
A line of microwave absorbers can attenuation microwave signals by as much as 30 dB.
Superconductors, metamaterials, and carbon-based electronic structures are redefining the RF/microwave field with their cutting edge performance, cost, manufacturing capability, and promises for the future.