The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency's DAHI (Diverse Accessible Heterogeneous Integration) continues to push the limits in on-chip integration, new materials, and improved silicon and gallium nitride technology to address critical challenges for next-generation microwave and millimeter-wave systems.
The MTT-S Nominations and Appointments Committee seeks nominations for officers, committee chairs, and committee members. Volunteer for publications, conferences, activities, standards, education, and awards.
Once-bulky radars have become small and portable, suitable for field use in healthcare, care for the elderly, veterinary medicine, human-computer interactions, structural monitoring, indoor tracking, and wind-power engineering.
April 30 is the deadline for submitting papers to the MTT-S International Microwave Workshop Series on Advanced Materials and Processes (Pavia, Italy, 20-22 Sept. 2017), co-sponsored by the European Microwave Association (EuMA).
New sampling algorithm uses a linear optical delay line and increased sampling in regions of interest (such as edges) to reduce sampling time by a factor of 2 to 3, with only slight degradation in accuracy.
Registrants for the 2017 IEEE Radio Frequency Integrated Circuits Symposium will meet 4-6 June in Honolulu, HI, and kick off Microwave Week with workshops, technical sessions, and plenary talks on "Deployment Realities of 5G" and "RFIC/Silicon-based Phased Arrays and Transceivers for 5G."
A novel broadband slot antenna weighing less than 15 g produces excellent wireless energy harvesting performance, with a conversion efficiency of up to 60% and an efficiency figure of merit of 37.6 dB for tested incident power density.
MTT-S offers financial assistance to support research, study, and travel. The next deadline is 5 April, for undergraduates seeking scholarships for Fall 2017.
Subterahertz nanosecond laser-driven switches have characteristics valuable for nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy. But what are the heat-dissipation limits on the input power?
Upcoming MTT-S-sponsored meetings include Integrated Nonlinear Microwave and Millimeter-wave Circuits (ICMIM, Graz, 20-21 Apr.); Wireless and Microwave Technologies (WAMICON, 24-25 April, Cocoa Beach, FL); Wireless Power Transfer (WPTC, Taipei, 10-12 May).
Coming in 3Q 2017 from Anokiwave, AWMF-0117 Ku-band and AWMF-0116 Ka-band silicon core IC solutions. Flexible configuration with singlel/dual antennas and external front end, Tx/Rx half duplex, 6-bit phase and gain control in 10.5-15 GHz (Ku band) and 26-30 GHz (Ka band) ranges.
|Introduction to Terahertz Technology, Parts 1 & 2|
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