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

Qualcomm Wireless Technology Charges Electric Vehicles In Motion
Qualcomm Wireless Technology Charges Electric Vehicles In Motion Qualcomm has demonstrated a dynamic electric vehicle charging (DEVC) wireless technology using embedded road pads that charge electric vehicles up to 20 kilowatts while moving at highway speeds, eliminating the need for electric cars to stop at a charging station.  Continue Reading...
EPFL Researchers Turn Mechanical Oscillator Into Quantum Reservoir
EPFL Researchers Turn Mechanical Oscillator Into Quantum Reservoir Scientists at Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) have successfully demonstrated that cooling a mechanical oscillator close to its quantum ground state will turn it into a quantum reservoir that can shape the states of microwave photons in a superconducting circuit. It's the latest attempt to harness microwaves for quantum information processing.  Continue Reading...
Spatially Adaptive Digital TV Broadcast System Saves Power, Cuts Carbon Emissions
Spatially Adaptive Digital TV Broadcast System Saves Power, Cuts Carbon Emissions Engineers at the University of Bristol have delivered a proof of concept showing how a spatially adaptive broadcast system can realize reductions in digital broadcast power of up to 35 percent, which in turn can cut carbon emissions and overall broadcasting costs.  Continue Reading...
KAUST Develops Algorithm To Shape MIMO Radar Waveforms In Real Time
KAUST Develops Algorithm To Shape MIMO Radar Waveforms In Real Time Researchers at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) have developed a new algorithm used to design waveforms to control MIMO (multiple input – multiple output) radar beam patterns in real time.  Continue Reading...
Simulations Explain How Space Dust Impacts Generate EMPs
Simulations Explain How Space Dust Impacts Generate EMPs Electromagnetic pulses (EMP) that can disrupt satellite electronics are caused by expanding plasma produced by hypervelocity impacts of space dust and debris, according to computer simulations made by researchers at Stanford University and Boston University.  Continue Reading...
First Numerical Polarimetric Radar Simulator Helps Meteorologists Analyze Tornado Debris
First Numerical Polarimetric Radar Simulator Helps Meteorologists Analyze Tornado Debris Researchers at the University of Oklahoma's (OU) Advanced Radar Research Center have developed the first numerical polarimetric radar emulator to study and characterize scattering mechanisms of debris particles in tornadoes.  Continue Reading...
Bristol Researchers Create New RF Design Tool For 5G Devices
Bristol Researchers Create New RF Design Tool For 5G Devices Researchers at the University of Bristol have developed a novel radio frequency (RF) design tool that will help engineers design and build tuneable wireless devices capable of operating over multiple frequencies in 5G networks anywhere in the world.  Continue Reading...
Is Apple Trying To Break Into Satellite Internet?
Is Apple Trying To Break Into Satellite Internet? Apple has reportedly hired two former executives of Google's defunct satellite internet unit, which suggests that Apple may be planning to get a similar project off the ground and up into orbit.  Continue Reading...
NYU Wireless First To Get 5G Experimental License From FCC Web Portal
NYU Wireless First To Get 5G Experimental License From FCC Web Portal NYU Wireless, the academic research center for next-generation, mass-deployable wireless devices at the New York University (NYU) Tandon School of Engineering, is the first to receive an experimental program license from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) using the agency's new web portal beta-tested by NYU Wireless itself.  Continue Reading...
Kymeta Raises $73.5 Million Ahead Of mTenna Satellite Antennas Commercial Trial
Kymeta Raises $73.5 Million Ahead Of mTenna Satellite Antennas Commercial Trial Kymeta Corporation, a metamaterials-based antenna technology startup based in Redmond, Wash., has raised $73.5 million in financing to develop and commercialize its software-steered antennas for the global mobile communications market.  Continue Reading...
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