Metamaterials approach makes better satellite antennas

(PhysOrg.com) -- Cheaper, lighter and more energy-efficient broadband devices on communications satellites may be possible using metamaterials to modify horn antennas, according to engineers from Penn State and Lockheed Martin ...

Engineers unveil two-way wireless breakthrough

(Phys.org) -- Groundbreaking two-way wireless technology resulting in vastly superior voice and data services has been developed by a University of Waterloo engineering research team led by Amir K. Khandani, the Canada Research ...

New ceramic chip antennas offer better performance, reliability

Wireless devices such as mobile phones rely on the radio spectrum to send and receive data. There is growing interest in using a worldwide unlicensed spectrum around 60 gigahertz for future wireless applications, but conventional ...

World's first GaN HEMT T/R module operating in the C-Ku band

Fujitsu Laboratories today announced that it has successfully developed the world's first transmitter/receiver (T/R) module using gallium-nitride (GaN)high electron mobility transistor (HEMT) technology that features an output ...

Google eyeing India 3G market: report

Internet giant Google is considering entering India's third-generation (3G) telecommunications market, a report said Tuesday.

India says will start 3G auction in January

India said Saturday a long-delayed auction of radio bandwidth for third generation (3G) telecommunications services will start in January and will be open to foreign companies.

Averting radio spectrum saturation, opportunistically

(PhysOrg.com) -- Mobile users want better video calls, streaming television and faster downloads, placing more demands on the limited radio spectrum available to operators. Could handsets that intelligently sense their radio ...

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