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Electronic connectors becoming high-speed, compact and thinner, high frequency and high power connectors.

An electronic connector is an electro-mechanical device whose purpose is to quickly and easily disconnect or interrupt a circuit path or  electrical circuits . Most electrical connectors have a gender – i.e. the male component, called a plug, connects to the female component, or socket. The connection may be removable …

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Digital software-defined radar technology for Military

RADAR offers special advantages with respect to other types of sensors including all-day, all-weather operations, long detection distance and, depending on the frequency used, penetration. Moreover, radar can often be carried by a number of platforms, spanning from classic naval and airborne to more recent space-borne, UAVs, such as drones, …

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Militaries moving from C4ISR and C5ISR to C6ISR

Success in traditional warfighting domains now requires mastering the Information Environment, which includes the electrometric spectrum, space, cyber domain, and the data that crosses them. Rapid data-enhanced decision-making, which increases lethality, defines warfare in the Information Age. Success depends on rapidly understanding the environment and enemy to make decisions faster …

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Large Global semiconductor market growth driven by consumer electronics, cloud computing, internet-connected devices (IoT), and Artificial Intelligence

The semiconductor industry is the aggregate of companies engaged in the design and fabrication of semiconductors and semiconductor devices, such as transistors and integrated circuits. The semiconductor industry is in turn the driving force behind the wider electronics industry. The amazing development of electronics in the past decades, from early …

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Troposcatter systems to provide backup to Satellite communications amid increasing space warfare threat

The dominant mode of communication today uses antennas to transmit information carrying high frequency signals using antennas which at the receive site produce an electrical signal which is amplified and demodulated by the receiver equipment. However this form of communication is limited by line of sight propagation limiting the range …

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Wireless consumer Electronics product design and testing RF/ Over The Air (OTA) measurement systems/chambers

Consumer Electronics product design and development has come a long way from traditional product development. Earlier, product development involved a semi-conductor company building a reference design around a brought out silicon/processor and promoting it in the targeted market segment. Some examples include semiconductor companies like Texas Instruments and Analog Devices, …

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Electronic Warfare technology trends and Market

All modern forces depend on unimpeded access to, and use of, the EM spectrum in conducting military operations. Therefore, there is a requirement to gain and maintain an advantage in the electromagnetic spectrum by countering adversary’s systems and protecting one’s own systems. Adversary can disrupt and degrade the navigation systems …

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DARPA RPOD developing E-Waste recycling to address supply chain disruptions of critical elements

Consumer electronics constitute a rapidly increasing source of waste. Cell phones, tablets and the like are typically made of non-renewable, non-biodegradable, partly environmentally toxic materials. A report from United Nations University (UNU) found that the world produced 41.8 million metric tons of e-waste in 2014 – an amount that would fill …

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Electronic Materials for Consumer Electronics

The Global Consumer Electronics Market revenue stood at a value of USD 728.1 Billion in the year 2021 and is expected to reach a value USD 964.6 Billion in the year 2028. Consumer electronic products including personal and home electronics are full of components that rely on materials for proper …

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DARPA COFFEE developing integrable filtering technology for wideband AESAs operating in congested RF environments

The radio frequency (RF) spectrum environment is rapidly evolving. To achieve superiority in electromagnetic spectrum (EMS) operations in the modern era – including over adversaries gaining ground in the domain – requires higher-level performance and flexibility in critical elements. One area of priority: heightened multifunctionality and granular optimization in Active …

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