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  1. Wirelessly Powered Pacemaker Implanted In A Pig

    Advances in technology engineered at the National University of Singapore (NUS) and Stanford University have improved the efficiency of energy transfers of electromagnetic power through tissue, effectively powering a pacemaker implanted in an adult pig.

  2. Li-Fi System 100 Times Faster Than Wi-Fi

    A new type of Li-Fi (Light Fidelity) optical wireless system being developed by students at Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) Institute for Photonic Integration is up to 100 times faster than the best Wi-Fi connections available.

  3. Akash Systems Debuts, Transforms Satellite Communications With Revolutionary GaN-On-Diamond Technology

    With worldwide data demand outpacing the frequency, bandwidth and power capabilities of our current communications infrastructure, Felix Ejeckam and Ty Mitchell, both experts in gallium nitride (GaN)-on-Diamond technology have joined forces to create Akash Systems, Inc. (Akash), a company committed to revolutionizing the future of fast, affordable satellite communications.

  4. Rakon Introduces High Frequency Ultra Stable TCXOs For Low Jitter And Phase Noise Applications

    Rakon announces the release of its new RHT1490 product series of high frequency and low jitter ultra-stable TCXOs that are available in frequencies from 50 MHz to 204.8 MHz. The RHT1490 delivers world class telecommunications grade stability with a low RMS phase jitter of <200 fs (12 kHz – 20 MHz).

  5. GaN RF Power Devices To Represent Nearly 25% Of High-Power Semiconductors For Mobile Wireless Infrastructure In 2017

    Gallium Nitride (GaN) RF power semiconductor devices gained meaningful market share over the last two years, despite a lackluster 2016, with 2017 promising to take things a bit further.

  6. Ninth Boeing-Built Wideband Global SATCOM Satellite To Expand Military Communications Capabilities For U.S., Allies

    Boeing’s ninth Wideband Global SATCOM (WGS) satellite launched into orbit recently and will provide the United States and six allied nations with increased communications capabilities to prevent, protect against and respond to attacks.

  7. Why Multi-Band Smartphones Can Do Away With Antennas

    Current and future smartphones that combine spectrum from several frequency bands can function without a typical antenna, thanks to a tiny "booster" device that can radiate RF signals from the smartphone itself.

  8. Analog Devices’ New Active Learning Modules Focus On Improving Analog And Radio Frequency Engineering Education

    Analog Devices, Inc. recently announced two active learning modules that help introduce students and enthusiasts to electrical engineering concepts in a cost effective, easy-to-use, hands-on environment.

  9. Antenna Magus Version 2017 Released

    Magus (Pty) Ltd (Magus) and CST – Computer Simulation Technology AG (CST) announce the release of Antenna Magus 2017, the latest version of the leading antenna design tool. The latest edition includes several new antennas and design updates.

  10. Land Mobile Radio Market Worth 20.82 BN USD By 2022

    According to the new market research report "Land Mobile Radio Market by Type (Hand Portable, and In-Vehicle), Technology (Analog, and Digital), Frequency (25-174 MHz, 200-512 MHz, 700 MHZ & above), Application (Commercial, and Public Safety), and Geography - Global Forecast to 2022", the Land Mobile Radio (LMR) market is expected to be valued at USD 20.82 Billion by 2022, growing at a CAGR of 14.3% between 2016 and 2022.