Jof Enriquez

Jof Enriquez

Jof Enriquez is a contributing writer for Med Device Online, Photonics Online, and RF Globalnet. He has written about the healthcare and medical technology industry for many years, covering topics such as medical devices, life sciences, business news, industry events, medical research, nursing, and digital health. He is a registered nurse and a medical copywriter for physicians, home care agencies, nursing blogs, and healthcare startups. You can follow Jof on Twitter at @jofenriq.

ARTICLES BY JOF ENRIQUEZ

Infostellar Launching 'Airbnb For Satellite Antennas'
Infostellar Launching 'Airbnb For Satellite Antennas' Tokyo-based startup Infostellar plans to share idle antenna access among the global small satellite community, similar to how Airbnb lets people rent out unused living spaces to travelers.  Continue Reading...
The Week In 5G: Hyper-Connected Cars and the World’s First 5G Smartphone
The Week In 5G: Hyper-Connected Cars and the World’s First 5G Smartphone The first 5G smartphones could make their way to store shelves as early as next year, and 5G-connected cars could hit roads by 2020, according to major industry players who are shaping the fast-emerging 5G ecosystem.  Continue Reading...
Internet Of Things Poised For Explosive Growth In China
Internet Of Things Poised For Explosive Growth In China China is accelerating the adoption of the Internet of Things (IoT) through several pilot projects conducted by the country's biggest telecom carriers, as the country aims to become one of the world’s leaders in the IoT revolution.  Continue Reading...
U.S. House of Representatives Approves Self-Driving Car Bill
U.S. House of Representatives Approves Self-Driving Car Bill The United States House of Representatives has unanimously approved a key bill that aims to set the regulatory framework for self-driving vehicles.  Continue Reading...
MIT's Small Aerial Drones Relay RFID Signals To Track Merchandise
MIT's Small Aerial Drones Relay RFID Signals To Track Merchandise Small, aerial drones that relay radio frequency (RF) signals could be used by retailers to more efficiently locate merchandise stored in large warehouses, according to Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) researchers who developed the system.  Continue Reading...
UK To Build World's Most Advanced Space Weather Radar
UK To Build World's Most Advanced Space Weather Radar The government of the United Kingdom and international partners are starting to build in the Nordic region what will be the most advanced radar system for monitoring space weather.  Continue Reading...
Tiny Membrane-Based Acoustic Antennas Could Shrink Electronic Devices
Tiny Membrane-Based Acoustic Antennas Could Shrink Electronic Devices Nanoelectromechanical system (NEMS) antennas that resonate with acoustic waves, rather than with electromagnetic waves alone, could significantly reduce the size of electronic devices, according to a team of scientists at Northeastern University in Boston.  Continue Reading...
How High-Power Microwave Irradiation Can (Economically) Assist Mechanical Drilling
How High-Power Microwave Irradiation Can (Economically) Assist Mechanical Drilling Microwave irradiation of hard rocks conducted prior to conventional mechanical drilling could make mining and excavation processes more energy efficient, according to researchers at Institute of Mechanics of the Montanuniversität Leoben (Leoben University of Mining Sciences).  Continue Reading...
NYU Wireless Unveils Emulator For 5G Millimeter Wave Systems
NYU Wireless Unveils Emulator For 5G Millimeter Wave Systems NYU Wireless has developed what is thought to be the world’s first commercial emulator for 5G millimeter wave (mm-Wave) systems. The emulator differs from the existing paradigm because it performs not only the emulation of the wireless channel, but also of the beamforming antenna arrays on both the transmitter and receiver devices under test (TX and RX DUTs).  Continue Reading...
Ultra-Thin Diselenides Could Supplant Silicon In Next-Generation Electronics
Ultra-Thin Diselenides Could Supplant Silicon In Next-Generation Electronics Layered two-dimensional materials that are as efficient, but thinner than, silicon semiconductors, could power future electronic circuits and devices, according to Stanford researchers.  Continue Reading...
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