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Researchers in Drexel University’s College of Engineering have developed a thin film device, fabricated by spray coating, that can block electromagnetic radiation with the...
Airbus and VDL Group have signed a partnership agreement for the development and manufacturing of a laser communication terminal for aircraft, known as UltraAir....
Researchers at Arizona State University and Northrop Grumman are working on a new project to create power transistors from diamond. The results could yield efficiencies that significantly shrink the size of electrical...
On January 3rd, the Caltech Space Solar Power Project (SSPP) launched into orbit a prototype, dubbed the Space Solar Power Demonstrator (SSPD), which will test several key...
A developmental test team from the 461st Flight Test Squadron conducted the first flight of an F-35 in the Technology Refresh 3 (TR-3) configuration at Edwards Air Force...
NASA has officially declared an end to the InSight mission, after recent attempts to communicate with the Mars lander were unsuccessful. The agency made the declaration on Dec. 15,...
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Implantable bioelectronics are now often key in assisting or monitoring vital organs, but they often lack a safe, reliable way of transmitting their data to doctors.
The epsilon iron oxide nanoparticles could be continuously produced through a micrometer-sized powder manufacturing process.
Remote and autonomous vehicles are now helping us make discoveries in places where humans cannot easily go.
Systems need to meet higher gain targets but not if it comes with any increases in cost and complexity, or size and weight.
Innovators from the NASA Glenn Research Center developed a software-based automated RFI mitigation system to increase communication reliability.
This device could pave the way to higher-bandwidth wireless communications.
Digital data is subjected to errors when stored or transmitted due to the effects of noise on the medium or communication channel.
Researchers have developed a technique that will allow for faster communication systems and better energy-saving electronics.
Predicting the extent that one sound is heard over another is difficult, yet could help engineers to better design for sound management.
A team of researchers at Carnegie Mellon University believe they have developed the first AI pilot that enables autonomous aircraft to navigate a crowded airspace.
A group of scientists in Nagoya University, Japan, have developed a possible solution to one of the biggest problems of the Internet of Energy, energy efficiency. They did so by...
Collins Aerospace has been selected by the U.S. Air Force to develop a modern Very Low Frequency (VLF) receiver that will help modernize its strategic mission...
Less than one second. That was how long it took for an Apache helicopter in Europe to transmit a call for fire to ground forces while operating forward of the fire line. A...
Successful constructive simulations used for wargaming in an era of strategic fluidity and rapid change depend on high-fidelity models to correctly predict scenario...
Until recently, it was widely believed among physicists that it was impossible to compress light below the so-called diffraction limit, except when using metal nanoparticles,...
The DoD along with multiple other federal agencies are combining efforts to rapidly deploy 5G solutions in all areas of strategic development. These initiatives demand accurate, reliable, and...
General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc. (GA-ASI) has launched its latest variant of the Gray Eagle line of unmanned aircraft systems: Gray Eagle 25M. The GE-25M brings a...
From battlespace communications to deep space missions, RF electronics are at the heart of new advances in a variety of fields. Read about the latest innovations in this compendium of articles from...
The pace of wireless innovation is accelerating to enable faster, more responsive, and more reliable connections worldwide.
Electronic-systems designers are facing a serious reckoning: How to significantly reduce the environmental impact of more and more electronic content in new vehicles?
The new NIST instrument captures waves in action by relying on a device known as an optical interferometer.
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Raytheon Pairs Laser Weapon with NASAMS Air Defense System - Mobility...
Air Force Explores Use of Thermoplastic Fin for F-16 - Mobility Engineering...
Airbus Starts Testing Autonomous Landing, Taxi Assistance on A350 DragonFly...
PAC-3 Missile Successfully Intercepts Cruise Missile Target - Mobility...
Air Force Pioneers the Future of Synthetic Jet Fuel - Mobility Engineering...
Airbus Developing New Laser Communication Terminal for Military Aircraft
The Inside Story – SOSA: Sensor Open Systems Architecture
Flexible Technology and Material Options for Automotive...
EV Motor Improvement With Torque-Dense Materials and Advanced...
Extending ICE Life for Commercial Vehicles
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Conformal Coatings for Product Reliability and Long-term...