Researchers at Qatar University, University of Idaho and Temple University, led by Dr. Heena Rathore, are mimicking how the human brain works to prevent low-power IoT devices, such as insulin pumps, brain simulators, cardiac defibrillators and others, used in medical applications from being hacked.
With all of the semiconductor industry consolidation, there are many RF and microwave parts being discontinued or obsoleted after a rationalization of the merged companies is complete. This posting covers how some other MMIC companies are filling in the gap in supply.
MILCOM hosted global military communications professionals involved in command, control, communications, computing, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (C4ISR) applications taking place in Baltimore this year. In the exhibition, we visited the RF and microwave companies participating and saw the following products and demos in their booths.
The oven is going under a revolutionary change in the next few years, as RF energy enters the cooking market in the form of new microwave ovens. As the technology is perfected over the next year or two, microwave ovens will be replaced with multiple source solid-state RF ovens which in turn could be introduced into the traditional gas/electric heated ovens most widely used today. It just so happens that this is the 50th anniversary of the first commercial countertop microwave oven sold in 1967--so a good time to celebrate a new innovation, as not much has change with the microwave oven over the last 50 years.