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2007-07-26 Microwave-powered light bulb debuts
Ceravision has said it has invented a microwave-powered light bulb that is more efficient than filament or fluorescent lighting and with a long stable lamp life
2016-04-21 Inverse spin Hall effect converts microwaves into energy
University of Utah scientists investigated and developed a method on how to generate energy using microwaves by demonstrating an effect called the inverse spin Hall effect
2012-07-04 Microwave coax cables push signal speeds
The microwave coaxial cables are available with either a low loss solid core fluoropolymer resin dielectric or a ultralow loss fluoropolymer resin layer applied over dual monofilaments for increased signal speed
2012-01-20 Bluetooth low energy vs proprietary RF for HID apps
Here's a comparison of the Bluetooth Low Energy technology with proprietary protocols in the HID market. It looks at interoperability, flexibility, complexity, power, and cost
2006-12-12 Green' energy powers Motorola's GSM base station
Motorola Inc. has completed its one-year trial of running a remote GSM base stations using alternative power systems.
2004-11-16 WLANs are jump-starting cognitive radio
CR techniques can be expanded in an evolutionary way to achieve the full promise of wireless communications.
2006-11-01 Turning science-fiction idea into fact
David Schurig sat down with EE Times to describe how the cloaking device works and what electronic engineers can do to turn the science fiction idea into fact.
2011-12-21 Research reveals silent nanomechanical RF amp
Researchers from Aalto University have achieved a noiseless oscillator performance by cooling it down to -273C.
2012-10-23 Princeton researchers close in on quantum computing
The technique developed by Princeton's researchers could help lead to larger quantum computing systems.
2014-05-06 How IoT is changing the component industry
A good way for the IoT idea to expand is to add intelligence to mainstream products in the form of MCU/MPU and sensor.
2015-07-15 E-band cost, reliability concerns in MMIC packaging
Traditional semiconductor packaging approaches either cost too much or suffer from signal integrity issues. However, new techniques are becoming available that can address these problems.
2013-05-10 Scientists explore new apps for terahertz radiation
Terahertz radiation sits between the frequency bands of microwaves and infrared radiation, and it can easily penetrate many materials, targeting applications in imaging and communication.
2013-05-10 What's for dinner? Microwaved semiconductors
A team of metallurgists from the University of Utah used an old microwave oven to make a nanocrystal faster than how it is normally produced
2007-10-09 TriQuint tips green base station power amp
Triquint Semiconductor has started sampling high-voltage GaAs power amplifier transistors it claims substantially increase the efficiency of 3G cellular base stations, leading to meaningful energy savings
2007-07-10 Terminators, attenuators promise high-frequency performance
IRC's new family of line terminators and attenuators include both chip and flanged high power RF and microwave devices
2006-07-03 NPT-Trench IGBT offers high avalanche capability
Fairchild has introduced a 1200V/15A NPT-Trench IGBT with the ability to withstand as much as 300mJ of avalanche energy in induction heating applications
2009-11-17 Low-frequency interface ensures stable communication
Ti offers the first passive low-frequency interface device designed to wirelessly supply an ultralow-power MSP430 MCU with energy to operate even if the optional battery is empty
2010-05-13 LNA, power amp target wireless net femtocells
Freescale is making its way to the GaAs monolithic microwave IC (MMIC) sector with the launch of four devices aimed at macro base stations, repeaters and femtocells employed in wireless networks
2014-05-19 650V reverse conducting IGBT cuts switching losses by 30%
The switching loss reduction allows designers to work with switching frequencies of up to 40kHz. The device also generates a 5 per cent savings in energy consumption of the whole system
2003-10-31 Hybrid tunnel diodes could leapfrog Moore's Law
Semiconductor researchers have known since the 1950s that the quantum-confinement effects of tunnel diodes boost circuit speed and current handling while reducing component count and power consumption.
2010-05-18 Dimmer switch tailored for quantum computing
NIST has developed a "dimmer switch" for a superconducting circuit linking a quantum bit and a quantum bus.
2004-09-24 Yale team builds chips for quantum computing
Demonstrating a new paradigm for quantum computing, Yale University researchers have built what they call QED IC to manipulate quantum bits.
2012-03-19 Wireless charging of medical electronics
Here's a look at the benefits and drawbacks of wireless charging for medical devices.
2008-12-16 WiMAX demands conformance
WiMAX, has become the poster child of the mobile Internet world but WiMAX devices, terminals and base stations require rigorous testing and conformance to tight specification standards, more so than those required for Wi-Fi.
2014-01-22 Wideband systems for RF signal monitoring
Find out how we can fulfil the requirement for equipment that can capture wideband signals, and can deal with the large amount of data created.
2008-11-03 What’s required for RF4CE?
The main advantage of the radio protocol is that it ensures interoperability between remote controls and A/V devices that IR never achieved. The protocol’s upper layers are defined specifically for remote control, while the lower layers (including PHY) use IEEE 802.15.4, where ZigBee and 6LowPAN are also based. IEEE 802.15.4 is used in many proprietary protocols in both consumer and industrial markets.
2011-10-12 What you should know about wireless body area networks
Wireless standards groups and the IEEE are embracing body area network (BAN) technology as it is touted as a solution for spiralling health care costs and provider shortages.
2015-10-13 Wearable PCB designs call for attention to basics
In the absence of printed circuit board standards in wearable Internet of Things electronics, hardware developers need to pay close attention to fundamentals.
2005-05-30 UWB competitor squeezes more bits through limited spectrum
Which wireless technologies do you prefer? Ultra Wideband or xMax? You decide
2005-09-16 UWB competitor squeezes more bits through limited spectrum
Hybrid technology combines aspects of narrowband carrier systems and low-powered wideband PPM
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