Engineers from the startup company Everactive have created a platform for the Internet of Things (IoT) that is totally battery-free.
Bioengineers from the University of California, Los Angeles have successfully created a glove-like piece of technology that is capable of translating American Sign Language into English speech.
Engineers from EPFL have successfully demonstrated a laser-based microwave generator using integrated photonic chips.
In this second part of a two-part article, we’ll discuss the use of radio modules to enable wireless connectivity of electronic and consumer products, and how to approach radio, EMC and safety regulatory approvals in the European Union for radio modules and equipment which contain radio modules.
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.
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.
Electrical engineers from the University of California San Diego are developing a new ultra-low power Wi-Fi radio.