Keyword: Transmitters/​Receivers

RF & Microwave Electronics

NASA Spinoff: RF & Microwave Electronics
A NASA microphone that detects unseen air turbulence is lofted to high heights aboard a stratospheric glider.
Briefs: RF & Microwave Electronics
An atom-based sensor can determine the direction of an incoming radio signal.
UpFront: Manufacturing & Prototyping
NASA Washing Machine Designs Go for a Spin

Right now, there is no laundry service in space.

Astronaut garments aren’t washed. They are put onto ships that burn up in the...

Facility Focus: Wearables
Learn about the batteries, skin sensors, flexible antennas, and other cutting-edge research coming from Penn State Engineering.
Q&A: RF & Microwave Electronics

Fiorenzo Omenetto, Frank C. Doble Professor of Engineering at Tufts University School of Engineering, Dean of Research, and Director of the Tufts Silklab led a team that has...

Blog: RF & Microwave Electronics
With the help of 12 antennas, Fabio da Silva's m-Widar can spot — and image — objects hidden behind a wall.
Products: Mechanical & Fluid Systems
Temperature transmitters, robotic tool changers, epoxy adhesives, and more.
Products: Mechanical & Fluid Systems
High-precision medical sensors, battery-cell mappers, signal conditioners, and more.
Blog: Sensors/Data Acquisition
NC State researchers have made what they believe to be the smallest state-of-the-art RFID chip: a device measuring 125 micrometers (μm) by 245μm.
Blog: Photonics/Optics
Researchers from CU Boulder gave their optical "rectennas" a ghost-like way to turn wasted heat into power.
Briefs: Aerospace
A team has introduced a new method for taking high-res images of fast-moving and rotating objects in space, such as satellites or debris in low-Earth orbit.
Technology Leaders: RF & Microwave Electronics
Test technologies are available as technologies evolve to 800Gbps and 1.6Tbps for next-generation data center architectures.
Briefs: RF & Microwave Electronics
Using microwaves reduces the cost of launching rockets.
Products: Software
Cable ties, milling software, snap-action switches, and more.
Briefs: RF & Microwave Electronics
This system enables battery-free ocean exploration with applications ranging from marine conservation to aquaculture.
Briefs: RF & Microwave Electronics
This transceiver for wireless communications at the 300-GHz band enables beyond-5G applications.
Briefs: Communications
Assembling tiny chips into unique programmable surfaces dramatically increases the amount of data wireless systems can transmit.
Briefs: RF & Microwave Electronics
A chip-based technology generates sound profiles with high resolution and intensity to make ultrasound therapy more effective and easier.
Blog: RF & Microwave Electronics
Long-range radar is used in air-traffic control. Short-range radar supports automotive applications like collision avoidance. How do you know what range you need for your application?
Products: Sensors/Data Acquisition
Near-eye displays, optical inspection systems, UV glass, and more.
NASA Spinoff: Communications
Pilots and air traffic controllers no longer will rely solely on voice communications.
Briefs: RF & Microwave Electronics
This concept could help break through the present-day data-return bottleneck in deep space missions.
Special Reports: RF & Microwave Electronics
Optics & Photonics Innovations - January 2021

An ultrafast camera that takes up to one trillion pictures per second...using light alone to levitate objects and propel spacecraft...the groundbreaking optics enabling the world's most powerful...

Briefs: Semiconductors & ICs
The system enables measurement of active or passive microstrip line devices with DC probing capability.
Products: RF & Microwave Electronics
Modules from Pickering Interfaces simulate industrial control transceivers.
Blog: RF & Microwave Electronics
The sensor is able to detect ice formation far before you can see it occurring on a surface.
Briefs: AR/AI
The device enables ultra-fast wireless communications at low cost.
Briefs: RF & Microwave Electronics
Any high-performance communication systems operating in RF or optical frequencies may benefit from this system.
Briefs: RF & Microwave Electronics
A low-frequency antenna with enhanced bandwidth will enable robust networking among compact, mobile robots.