Editor’s Picks

  1. 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.

  2. Taking The Guesswork Out Of Designing Extremely Complex Military Systems

    Computational models and simulations can be enormously helpful when designing complex military systems such as new aerospace vehicles and engines, reducing development costs and times.

  3. Ireland Awards 5G Licenses To Five Mobile Operators As Demand Rises

    Ireland's Commission for Communications Regulation (ComReg) has awarded 15-year licenses for the 3.6 Ghz spectrum to five mobile operators who paid €78 million ($87.8 million) between them for the right to offer 5G services.

  4. European Consortium Demonstrates Ultra-High Throughput Transmission Over Satellite

    A consortium consisting of the Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS, WORK Microwave and AVANTI Communications recently completed highly successful over-the-air trials on Avanti HYLAS satellite capacity employing the latest DVB-S2X modulator and demodulator equipment.

  5. 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.

  6. 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.

  7. 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.

  8. Ultra-Wideband Radar Scanning Greenland's Glaciers Helps Predict Rising Sea Levels

    A new type of ground-based, ice-penetrating radar will help scientists better understand the mechanics and changes inside the ice sheets and glaciers of Greenland, which are melting at historically fast rates that threaten to raise sea levels and inundate cities.