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

DARPA Picks 30 Contenders For First Phase Of Spectrum Collaboration Challenge
DARPA Picks 30 Contenders For First Phase Of Spectrum Collaboration Challenge The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has announced the 30 participants for the first of three year-long phases of the Spectrum Collaboration Challenge (SC2), a contest designed to apply collaborative machine learning to software-defined radios for dynamic spectrum allocation.  Continue Reading...
A Fish-Inspired Photonics Solution To The Spectrum Crunch
A Fish-Inspired Photonics Solution To The Spectrum Crunch A University of Georgia researcher is turning to nature and the science of photonics to help solve the lack of sufficient wireless frequency spectrum needed to support the booming number of interconnected devices today.  Continue Reading...
Inmarsat, Actility To Launch Global Low-Power IoT Network
Inmarsat, Actility To Launch Global Low-Power IoT Network Satellite telecommunications company Inmarsat and Internet of Things (IoT) network solutions provider Actility are launching a global network of land-based, low-power IoT devices connected to a satellite communications network.  Continue Reading...
Blazing Fast Terahertz Transmission Exceeds 100 Gigabits Per Second At 300 GHz
Blazing Fast Terahertz Transmission Exceeds 100 Gigabits Per Second At 300 GHz Japanese scientists have built a terahertz (THz) transmitter capable of transferring data at speeds of 105 gigabits per second using the frequency range between 290 GHz and 315 GHz. That's ten times faster than fifth-generation mobile networks (5G) offer.  Continue Reading...
U.S. Military Deploys First Fully Integrated Anti-UAV System
U.S. Military Deploys First Fully Integrated Anti-UAV System United States military forces now are using the Anti-UAV Defense System (AUDS) to neutralize rogue drones used in malicious activity, such as terrorism, smuggling, espionage, or direct combat in remote areas or urban centers.  Continue Reading...
Trump's Cabinet Picks Signal Industry Deregulation
Trump's Cabinet Picks Signal Industry Deregulation United States President Donald Trump's cabinet appointees are widely expected to take a hands-off approach to industry regulation, including the radio frequency (RF), microwave, and wireless sectors.   Continue Reading...
Tufts Researchers Build A Chip-Sized, High-Speed Terahertz Modulator
Tufts Researchers Build A Chip-Sized, High-Speed Terahertz Modulator Researchers at Massachusetts-based Tufts University School of Engineering have built a chip-sized, low-power, high-speed modulator operating at above 14 gigahertz, with the potential to work at above 1 terahertz (THz) on the electromagnetic spectrum.  Continue Reading...
SpaceX Betting Big On Satellite Broadband Internet
SpaceX Betting Big On Satellite Broadband Internet Space Exploration Technologies Corp., better known as SpaceX, expects future revenue from its planned satellite broadband internet business will be significantly larger than its rocket launch business by 2020.  Continue Reading...
UCLA's Electromagnetic Wave Router Offers Unlimited Bandwidth
UCLA's Electromagnetic Wave Router Offers Unlimited Bandwidth Electrical engineers at University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) have developed a new type of circulator that uses a concept called Sequentially-Switched Delay Line (SSDL), which enables the simultaneous use of the same frequency for incoming and outgoing information in a single communications device.  Continue Reading...
Norway Turns Off Analog FM Radio To Go Fully Digital
Norway Turns Off Analog FM Radio To Go Fully Digital Norway is set to become the first country to switch over from analog frequency modulation (FM) radio transmission in favor of a digital format. Several countries could follow suit in what could be the death knell for traditional radio technology.  Continue Reading...
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