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John Oncea

John Oncea is the Editor of RF Globalnet and Photonics Online.


  • The Promising Future Of Power Electronics

    It is estimated that by 2030, up to 80% of electric power worldwide will rely on power electronics in some capacity. This makes power electronics crucial for improving energy efficiency, reducing power consumption, and enabling the integration of renewable energy sources into the electrical grid.

  • What's In Store For EMC+SIPI '24

    EMC+SIPI 2024 is coming to Phoenix soon. Here’s all you need to know about the Symposium, from technical sessions to workshops and all points in between.

  • How The Defense Industry Is Using GaN Technology

    GaN technology is playing a crucial role in helping industries innovate and grow, including defense. Learn how the defense industry is using gallium nitride today, as well as some potential future uses of it.

  • The Role Of Oscillators In Satellites And Satellite Systems

    Oscillators, is there anything they can’t do? Well, of course there are. But what they can do – especially in space as part of a satellite system – is pretty cool.

  • Voyeur-Proof Fabric Blocks Infrared, Keeps Olympians Privates Private

    The 2024 Summer Olympics features the best athletes in the world competing on the biggest stage. It also features gold-medal performances from RF technologies in everything from measuring performance to broadcasting events to … keeping voyeurs at bay?

  • Cables: Unsung And Overlooked Heroes

    RF cables are essential for transmitting signals between components with minimal loss and distortion. They function as the unsung heroes, maintaining signal integrity and optimizing overall system performance.

  • Revolutionizing 5G: Innovative Solutions For mmWave Challenges

    5G mmWave is a powerful technology that offers unprecedented speeds and capacity, but its effective integration requires careful planning, beamforming, and a mix of frequency bands.

  • The Day Analog TV Died

    The broadcasting industry has undergone significant transformations, none more impactful than the June 12, 2009, transition from analog systems to digital systems.

  • IMS2024: A Q&A With General Co-Chairs Scott Barker And Sanjay Raman

    With IMS2024 in full swing we share our conversation with General Co-Chairs Scott Barker of the University of Virginia and Sanjay Raman of the University of Massachusetts Amherst.

  • Uses Of GaN, GaAs, And SiGe

    The compound semiconductor market, including GaN, GaAs, and SiGe, is poised for substantial growth. This expansion is driven by advancements in telecommunications, defense, automotive, and consumer electronics, with each technology carving out its niche based on its unique strengths and applications.