An engineering team at Lockheed Martin has built an experimental cooling system that sprays tiny drops of water on the bottom of microchips, dissipating large amounts of heat that can hurt chip performance....More
Researchers from the Tokyo Institute of Technology and Fujitsu Laboratories have built a transceiver chip that transmits data at 56 Gbits/s. It could potentially replace fiber optics with high-speed wireless channels....More
Cohere Technologies, a startup company, has developed an air interface that can operate on top of 4G modulation schemes. It captures data about wireless channels that can help compensate for distortion and interference....More
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High-performance inertial systems provide accurate platform heading information in a variety of applications and operational environments. However, the magnetometers used are susceptible to measurement distortion in the presence of any magnetic material....More
The New Year is upon us, allowing us to have the opportunity to take a closer look at what the RF/microwave industry will have in store for 2016. While we’ve seen plenty of technology advancements......More
The first Multifunction Phased-Array Radar system, which is geared toward tracking weather patterns and assisting air traffic control, has completed a successful field test with the National Severe Storms Laboratory....More