A new nanodevice has been created by EPFL researchers that is capable of reaching speeds far surpassing other transistors.
An international team of researchers and engineers has created a new way to generate photons that could enhance encryption in satellite-based communications.
Iowa State University computer engineers have created an algorithm that could help to improve digital communications.
MIT physicists have created a design for a device that could take Wi-Fi signals and turn them into electricity.
Los Alamos National Laboratory engineers have developed a flat-panel technology with exciting implications for the world of communications.
US army scientists have developed a new quantum sensor that could allow them to pick up communication signal covering the entire radio frequency spectrum.
A team of engineers from the University of Porto in Portugal and the University of Texas at Austin have designed a simple battery capable of self-charging.
Engineers from NASA and the ESA are beginning testing of electromagnetic interference for Orion, the next spacecraft poised to carry humans into space.
A new type of graphene amplifier could offer researchers a unique way to access the electromagnetic spectrum
Electrical engineers from the University of California San Diego are developing a new ultra-low power Wi-Fi radio.