From Aviation Week Network:
The coronavirus pandemic is going to be as consequential for defense and security as were the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks in the U.S. For the defense sector, there are multiple implications to ponder and possibly to begin to position for as these play out in 2021 and beyond.
QuantumFlow is glad to announce our Southern California and Arizona representation of MicroFab - MicroFab, Inc. specializes in manufacturing thin film circuits and other thin-film products. Circuits can be manufactured to your drawing specifications, or a custom thin film circuit can be designed to your specifications. Ion beam etching technology provides a superior etching process over conventional chemical etching. With ion beam etching, there is no undercutting or cross-contamination, resulting in better overall RF circuit performance.
The QuantumFlow team will be attending DesignCon in Silicon Valley on January 28th and 29th. Drop us a line if you plan to attend - firstname.lastname@example.org
The electronics industry is shooting upwards like a rocket — the market for electrical systems will reach nearly $1,680 billion by the end of 2019 — but what's providing the fuel? And how can you reach new heights along with it?
DesignCon has the answers.
From Forbes and Starburst:
Elon Musk told a group of assembled space entrepreneurs that if they can build a rocket component better than SpaceX can, “we would love to buy that,” noting his private space startup used to build the landing legs for its Falcon 9 rocket but now buys them from race car manufacturer All American Racers. “We’d love to outsource more.”
From ceramics.org -
In the world of wireless communication, 5G has become almost a popculture reference. It is a term frequently used to describe improved handsets, devices, and infrastructure enabling faster speeds and more bandwidth. This article presents a cursory overview of what 5G is, what are the technical pillars of 5G systems, and finally, the role ceramic materials will play in 5G technology.
Southwest Antennas is pleased to announce their newly updated line of rugged cloverleaf omni-directional antennas. These antennas are available in both left hand and right hand circular polarization, which is ideal for air-to-ground RF links or use in multi-antenna configurations, where multiple antennas of opposite polarization are used to increase isolation between co-located antennas.
Three frequency options are available:
WASHINGTON — A month after NASA rolled out a strategy to increase commercial use of the International Space Station, some in Congress are skeptical of the effort.
At a July 10 hearing of the House Science Committee’s space subcommittee, some members suggested that allowing commercial activities on the station, including visits by private astronauts, wasn’t an appropriate use for the facility as NASA prepares to return humans to the moon and go on to Mars.