The increased complexity of modern electronic components, circuits, and systems often results in elevated EMI and RFI levels which must be brought into proper compliance.
The 2013 International Microwave Symposium (IMS) is annually the largest gathering of RF/microwave professionals in the world.
Although many people are concerned with the privacy issues arising from monitoring applications, such capabilities can be used to better protect our habitat and its animal inhabitants.
Improvements in photonic and electronic technologies are enabling the implementation of transmitters and receivers operating at terahertz frequencies.
It is possible to design a small four-way transceiver for applications from 37 to 38 GHz on a single, low-cost multilayer PCB.
Wireless non-interfering multiple-output (NIMO) systems provide effective communications performance in densely populated areas.
A commercial direct-digital synthesizer was used as the linear source in an FMCW radar system, with excellent results.
Automotive designers are taking advantage of unused frequency bands for control and communications among different electronic subsystems.