Jan 10, 2018
The Fifth Generation (5G) of wireless cell phone technology is coming, and filters will be essential for preventing interference among all these new signals, at RF, microwave, and millimeter-wave frequencies.
Electric and hybrid-electric vehicles are joining purely fossil-fuel-powered vehicles on modern roadways that were being made safer through the use of RF/microwave sensors and communications.
The reliable performance of RF/microwave function modules helps to improve the overall performance of electronic-warfare (EW) systems.
The U.S. Army has selected Booz Allen Hamilton as the prime contractor of an IDIQ contract with ceiling of $37.4 billion.
BAE Systems, in partnership with the University of Manchester, has developed a technology for maneuvering UAVs with blown air rather than using moving mechanical parts.
EM detection can be combined with robots to provide methods for in-wall scanning of unknown areas.
Northrop Grumman has received a contract from a major customer for a combination digital RWR and EW management system suite, the AN/APR-39D(V)2 system.
To design a signal chain for satellite communications systems at Ka-band frequencies, the right system architecture must be chosen. This article discusses several signal-chain options that system designers can take advantage of.
This post, part 2 of a series, covers techniques that can improve wireless system performance.