Researchers have created an antenna design based on a shared-aperture-antenna (SAA) concept, a possible lightweight solution for airborne and unmanned-aerial-vehicle (UAV) applications
A metal waveguide filter for satellite applications was produced by means of direct 3D printing.
Antenna Q diminishes with shrinking antenna size, although it is still possible to achieve acceptable Q performance even as antenna designs become electrically small.
A rubidium frequency standard has stood the test of time, with 20 years of failure-free operation aboard a U.S. Air Force GPS satellite.
This post, the first in a series covering various oscillator types, explains the all-important oven-controlled crystal oscillator.
Low-phase-noise amplifiers can help tackle the impact of phase noise for a range of applications, enabling designers to meet system-level requirements.
Several MEMS waveguide switch designs were explored for use from 500 to 750 GHz.
Antennas and antenna arrays can be optimized for improved near-field (NF) performance.
A lightweight, embedded folded printed quadrifilar helix antenna was developed for UHF use in UAVs.
The differences between RF/microwave phase shifters and delay lines are actually quite slight.