Newsletter | October 7, 2023

10.07.23 -- The Best Of September


The Wow! Signal: 72 Seconds That Still Remain A Mystery

The "Wow! signal" is the name given to a strong and unusual radio signal detected by Dr. Jerry R. Ehman on Aug. 15, 1977. This signal was detected at Ohio State University's Big Ear radio telescope, which was used for the SETI program. The Wow! signal is notable for being one of the most famous and intriguing potential instances of a signal from an extraterrestrial civilization.


The Need For Direct RF In An Evolving Defense Environment

White Paper | Mercury Systems, Inc.

This white paper explores why it is important to move toward direct RF, discusses its capabilities and applications, and shows how innovative products like those from Mercury Systems can help make the DoD’s vision a reality.

The Many Jobs Of A Capacitor In RF And Microwave

Article | Knowles Precision Devices DLI

With many options for configurations and applications, capacitors support a variety of functions in RF and microwave circuits. Here are some examples of key roles they play in these applications.

How To Use Antenna Factors

Application Note | A.H. Systems

Antenna factor (AF) is a comparison between the field level presented to the antenna and the actual voltage produced by the antenna at its connector. AF varies with frequency, that is, for the same presented field strength. But at a different frequency, the voltage produced at the connector is not constant.


C Band Pulsed GaN SSPA For Radar

BAE Systems Develops Tech For Next-Gen Sensing, Imaging & Communications Systems

Novel SwRI-Developed Antenna Array Wins 2023 R&D 100 Award

TTM Technologies Awarded Army Contract For AN/UPR-4(V) PDRS

Marki Microwave Acquires Precision Millimeter Wave Business


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