Current Headlines

  1. Vanadium Dioxide For Aerospace And Neuromorphic Computing

    Vanadium dioxide’s unique properties make it perfect for outperforming silicon and giving rise to a new generation of low-power electronic devices. Under the Phase Change Switch project (, which is being funded by the EU’s Horizon 2020 research program and coordinated by EPFL researchers, engineers have shown how this compound can be used to create programmable radiofrequency electronic functions for aerospace communication systems. Other applications – such as in neuromorphic computing and artificial intelligence – are also on the cards.

  2. AirFuel Alliance Launches Developer Program For Next-Gen Wireless Charging

    AirFuel™ Alliance, the authority on next-generation wireless power technology and standards, is launching a new AirFuel Developer Program and Developers Forum to make it easier for companies around the world to design, develop, and bring to market products with AirFuel Resonant and RF technologies.

  3. Mission Microwave Ramps Production Deliveries Of 200 Watt Ka-Band Solid State Power Amplifiers

    Mission Microwave Technologies, a manufacturer of highly efficient Solid State Power Amplifiers (SSPAs) and Block Up Converters (BUCs), announced recently that it is has completed the initial delivery and acceptance testing of its 200 Watt Ka Band (30 GHz) Gallium Nitride (GaN) based products for a U.S. based technology integrator.

  4. Keysight And Global Partners Reach Milestone In Low-Frequency Noise Measurement

    Keysight Technologies, Inc. recently announced it has reached a new milestone in low-frequency noise measurements through its work with leading research centers in Europe, Middle East, Africa and India (EMEAI).

  5. Clemson Researchers Mull Triboelectricity For Future Electronic Gadgets

    Researchers from Clemson’s Nanomaterials Institute (CNI) are one step closer to wirelessly powering the world using triboelectricity, a green energy source.

  6. AFRL, NextFlex Leverage Open-Source Community To Create Flexible Circuit System

    Lightweight, low-cost and flexible electronic systems are the key to next-generation smart technologies for military as well as consumer and commercial applications.

  7. New Use For Telecomm Networks: Helping Scientists Peer Into Deep Space

    For the first time, researchers have demonstrated that a stable frequency reference can be reliably transmitted more than 300 kilometers over a standard fiber optic telecommunications network and used to synchronize two radio telescopes.

  8. CommAgility LTE Platform Supports eNodeB And UE LTE-Advanced Functionality

    CommAgility, a Wireless Telecom Group company, recently announced the CA-D8A4-RF4, a stand-alone hardware platform supporting eNodeB and UE configurations for LTE-Advanced (LTE-A) networks.

  9. Pasternack Introduces New Line Of Electromechanical Switches

    Pasternack, a leading provider of RF, microwave and millimeter wave products, has released a new line of electromechanical relay switches in popular configurations that operate from DC up to 26.5 GHz and feature a D-SUB multi-pin connector interface for secure and reliable DC voltage and command control functions.

  10. Fairview Microwave Releases New Electromechanical Switches Covering DC To 40 GHz

    Fairview Microwave Inc., a supplier of on-demand RF and microwave components, has unveiled a new series of low insertion loss repeatability electromechanical switches.