Imagine setting your dead smartphone down on the kitchen counter as you grab a frozen dinner out of the freezer. You pop the meal in the microwave, hit the start button, and viola! — 5 minutes later you have both a hot, nutritious meal and a charged phone. Sounds too good to be true, right? Read more.
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The "Orange Book Of Knowledge", Fifth Edition
For many engineers, this resource book has become the go-to source for everything and anything related to EMC. It is a collection of articles, application notes, and other information important to everyone involved in the EMC, wireless, and communication industries. This fifth revision includes many new application notes to help make the EMC engineer's job easier. Read more.
Enabling Larger Phased-Array Radars With JESD204B
In an effort to keep up with evolving threats over the past 50 years, conventional radar with mechanically scanning antennas have been largely replaced with phased-array systems. The benefits of the phased array, or active electronically scanned-array (AESA), radar range from being able to use beamforming for improved range and better target accuracy to the elimination of hydraulics (and their potential failure). Read more.
Reducing Size And Power In Phased-Array Radar Systems
Phased-array radar systems are important instruments in national electronic defense strategies. From the large, ship-based systems that scan for distantly launched missiles, to the more compact arrays installed on fighter aircraft and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), electronic phased-array radars come in many sizes and forms, providing reliable signal detection and identification. The combination of technology, system, and circuit analysis is driving the development of new MMIC technologies to address the SWaP-C concerns of phased-array systems. Read more.