The growing number of artificial satellites—notably those with low earth orbits—is a sign of the essential roles that they will play in many emerging communications applications, including IoT, 5G, and connected cars.
You flip on your left turn signal, stop your car at a four-way intersection, and at almost the exact same moment, another car pulls up across the way. You and the driver in the other car pause uncertainly for a moment until one of you waves the...
The Draco-2 is a 65% version of a unique, long-distance UAV meant to serve civilian and military trans-oceanic cargo transport requirements.
A market study projects current spending and investments for the next 10 years in military electro-optical (IR) and infrared (IR) systems.
Why doesn’t typical Wi-Fi performance equal the best theoretical performance? This white paper investigates that question and more.
Today automotive radar systems are shortsighted. They lack the resolution to distinguish objects close to the vehicle, while discarded soda cans and other metallic objects can cause false alarms that increase the risk of accidents. They also...
Developers have combined Raspberry Pi Zero and the LimeSDR Mini to create what they say is the world’s smallest digital TV transmitter. To learn more, Microwaves & RF recently sat down with Lime’s CEO, Ebrahim Bushehri.
While time-delay interference (TDI) is a necessary evil when it comes to public safety communications, its effects can be reduced by utilizing several best practices. This article first explains what TDI is before presenting some approaches that...
A number of demonstrations of early 5G wireless communications systems are being planned for the upcoming South Korean Winter Olympics.
We take a look at the technology behind the technologies like LTE, 5G, and Wi-Fi and how it is continuing to improve.