Editor’s Picks

  1. Raytheon, Lockheed Martin Mark Milestones With Next-Gen Radar Systems

    Raytheon’s AN/SPY-6(V) Air and Missile Defense Radar (AMDR), the first scalable radar designed to replace SPY-1D radars on new Aegis warships, has completed its first dedicated Ballistic Missile Defense exercise in Hawaii.

  2. Northrop Grumman Showcases Multi-Role G/ATOR Radar For U.S. Marines

    Northrop Grumman showcased recently its next-generation, multi-mission radar system that replaces five legacy U.S. Marine Corps radars.

  3. SKA Pathfinder Telescope Detects 3 New Fast Radio Bursts

    The Molonglo telescope – an SKA pathfinder telescope located some 40km from the Australian capital Canberra – has been used to detect 3 new fast radio bursts (FRBs), it was announced last week.

  4. AMBER Researchers Make Low-Cost Printed Electronics From 2D Nanomaterials

    Researchers at AMBER (Advanced Materials and BioEngineering Research) center in Trinity College Dublin are the first to successfully print nanosheet-network transistors using two-dimensional (2D) materials, paving the path for inexpensive printed electronics used in everyday objects.

  5. Battle Of The Modrecs Lays Groundwork For Improved Spectrum Management

    If human ears could hear the electromagnetic spectrum, the noise levels these days would be overwhelming.

  6. Sub-Nanosecond RF Signal Control Can Provide Wider Bandwidth

    Researchers at the University of Sydney have developed a new technique to control radio frequency (RF) signals on an integrated photonic chip at tuning speeds faster than a nanosecond. The achievement could alleviate bandwidth limitations caused by a growing number of interconnected wireless devices.

  7. Kymeta Raises $73.5 Million Ahead Of mTenna Satellite Antennas Commercial Trial

    Kymeta Corporation, a metamaterials-based antenna technology startup based in Redmond, Wash., has raised $73.5 million in financing to develop and commercialize its software-steered antennas for the global mobile communications market.

  8. NYU Wireless First To Get 5G Experimental License From FCC Web Portal

    NYU Wireless, the academic research center for next-generation, mass-deployable wireless devices at the New York University (NYU) Tandon School of Engineering, is the first to receive an experimental program license from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) using the agency's new web portal beta-tested by NYU Wireless itself.