If standardized testing methodology for GaN-based HEMT reliability is far on the horizon, what are manufacturers doing to help deliver quality GaN devices in the meantime?
23 hours ago by Antonio Anzaldua Jr.
Synopsys and Nestwave are combining hardware IP and algorithms to give GNSS receivers in battery-operated IoT devices extra nap time.
September 08, 2020 by Adrian Gibbons
From a three-year partnership with Arm to sponsoring ongoing Electronics Resurgence Initiatives, here’s how the U.S. DARPA is forging onward in microelectronics.
August 27, 2020 by Tyler Charboneau
This week, Rohde & Schwarz released news of its new Q/V band upconverter meant to test satellite payloads. But what is the Q/V band?
August 12, 2020 by Jake Hertz
Socionext and Tokyo Tech have developed what they claim is the first Ka-band SATCOM transceiver that uses CMOS technology.
August 06, 2020 by Antonio Anzaldua Jr.
Rocket Lab’s recent in-flight failure was the result of an electrical system failure. This evokes the question, How can electrical failures be avoided?
August 03, 2020 by Jake Hertz
Teledyne e2v’s CCD image sensor is headed to Mars on NASA's Perseverance Rover. Its mission? To investigate rock samples on the red planet for past signs of life.
August 01, 2020 by Antonio Anzaldua Jr.
Set for 2023, NASA's new mission will take place in Antarctica, sending an electronic payload-bearing balloon into the atmosphere.
July 28, 2020 by Jake Hertz
The usable RF spectrum is a finite resource, and, with enough simultaneous users, congestion can become a serious impediment to reliable communication.
July 24, 2020 by Jake Hertz
Space radiation can wreak havoc on electronic devices. While there are many ways to prevent damage, MIT's newly-developed manufacturing technique using rad-hard CMOS technology shows promise.
July 13, 2020 by Jake Hertz
How are ground-penetrating radars forging exploration in space exploration, archeology, explosive detection? It turns out, this technology can be quite versatile.
July 10, 2020 by Kayla Matthews
What happens when you bring AI initially geared for autonomous vehicles to space?
July 09, 2020 by Jake Hertz
Entangled quantum signals generated aboard a 2.6 kg nanosat in low earth orbit herald the possibility of hack-proof computer networks.
July 07, 2020 by Gary Elinoff
Amazon's new Aerospace and Satellite Solutions division represents the company's expanding commitment to space-based enterprise.
July 05, 2020 by Gary Elinoff
Known as the American Foundries Act of 2020, this bill will award grants for microelectronics manufacturing, defense, and R&D. What does this mean for U.S.-based EEs?
July 03, 2020 by Jake Hertz
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, a team of engineers at NASA JPL has created PULSE, a pendant that will warn if you’re about to touch your face.
June 29, 2020 by Jake Hertz
With the ability to conform to any shape, flexible hybrid electronics will animate devices with unprecedented spatial adaptability.
June 12, 2020 by Gary Elinoff
The Automatic Implementation of Secure Silicon (AISS) program aims to make scalable security more readily available to designers.
June 08, 2020 by Gary Elinoff
Cheaper than gallium arsenide. More flexible band-gap tuning than silicon. What's silicon germanium's place in circuit design?
June 02, 2020 by Vanessa Samuel
Manned spaceflight isn’t possible without reliable spacesuits.
June 01, 2020 by Tyler Charboneau
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