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Satellite hub at UMass Lowell to get $5.5 million initial infusion - News

August 16, 2023

LOWELL, Mass. The University of Massachusetts at Lowell (UMass Lowell) recently received nearly $5.5 million from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the Innovation Institute at the Massachusetts Technology Collaborative to develop a new hub at the university that offers a one-stop support system for researchers and businesses seeking to design, build, and test small satellites and spacecraft components.


How Edge Processing Is Enabling Next-Gen Millimeter Wave Scanners - Whitepaper

July 17, 2023

Millimeter wave (mmWave) imaging has become an important part of security scanning systems in airports, public buildings, and stadiums.


Software-defined signal processing platform showcased by ADI at IMS 2023 - News

June 13, 2023

IEEE INTERNATIONAL MICROWAVE SYMPOSIUM (IMS) 2023, SAN DIEGO. Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI) is demonstrating at IMS 2023 its newly announced Apollo MxFE -- an advanced software-defined, direct RF-sampling, wideband mixed-signal front end platform -- aimed at use in such applications as phased-array radar, electronic surveillance, test and measurement, and 6G communications. 


SiPs send clear signals for UAVs - Story

May 11, 2023

Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are rapidly swarming modern battlespaces, growing in number as they shrink in size. They are meeting strict guidelines for reduced size, weight, and power (SWaP) even as their capabilities increase, packing payloads that include offensive ordnance, transmitters, receivers, cameras, and sensors. Miniaturization contributes not only to added functionality but to longer flight times and ranges on a battery. Advancing UAV technology for the battlefield presents the ongoing challenge of developing electronic payloads that are smaller and with wider bandwidths to support multiple sensors without delays. What once was a complete electronic warfare (EW) system carried by a large ground vehicle must now fit within a flight-ready vehicle that, in some cases, can be launched by hand. Fortunately, by fitting multifunction circuitry within a single multipin package, in the form of system-on-chip (SoC) or system-in-package (SiP) devices, versatile payloads can be designed to make smaller, more capable military UAVs possible.


Empirically Based Multichannel Phase Noise Model Validated in a 16-Channel Demonstrator - Whitepaper

March 14, 2023

Multichannel systems and compares it with measurements on a 16-channel S-band demonstrator.


MEMS sensors from ADI to equip smarter, safer wind turbines - News

March 13, 2023

WILMINGTON, Mass. Semiconductor maker Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI) announced that green-technology company Envision Energy (Shanghai, China -- a subsidiary of Envision Group) is adopting ADI's MEMS [microelectromechanical sensor] technology in the new generation of Envision Energy smart wind turbines.