DARPA’s CONCERTO program seeks a UAS electronic payload that is capable of instantly switching among multiple functions, such as intelligence, surveillance, command and control, networking, and combat operations.
Microwaves & RF is making the rounds at the 2017 International Microwave Symposium in Hawaii. Our editors have been busy meeting with everybody who's anybody in the high-frequency industry and here are ten views of what they have...
Android smartphones will work for the Canadian Army as part of a ground-to-air communications system.
In this 4th edition of their text, Dr. Ulrich Rohde, Jerry Whitaker, and Hans Zahnd ddress a plethora of design issues related to modern communications receiver technologies.
Thanks to the blend of LoRa technology and Bluetooth Low Energy, the Internet of Things can reach locations without telecommunications infrastructure.
With its focus on enabling off-grid communications, this company’s latest product turns a smartphone into a mission-critical communications tool—without needing any centralized infrastructure.
Research at NRL seeks to extend the flight time of an electric-powered UAV through a combination of on-board photovoltaic cells and flight management software.
This year, the RF/microwave industry’s flagship event comes to Honolulu with some new tricks up its sleeves.