The ONR’s ALAMO sensors provide data about the effects of a tropic storm or hurricane beneath the surface of the ocean, for more accurate predictions of the weather event’s path and speed.
DMS technology uses proprietary metal alloys fabricated on glass substrates to achieve broadband microwave switches capable of high power-handling capabilities.
System-level phase noise can be reduced through careful selection of RF/microwave signal-processing components, including amplifiers.
Miniature ceramic capacitors for surface-mount applications on PCBs are often available in single- and multiple-layer versions—but why use one type or the other?
While they can’t match the low loss and power handling of waveguide, coaxial cables and connectors are climbing the frequency ladder to cope with anticipated 5G applications.
This post, part of a series that discusses different oscillator types, takes a look at the temperature-compensated crystal oscillator.
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.