2020-06-22 - Nitin Dahad

Wi-Fi and 4G-LTE Networks Breaks Through Underwater-Air Barrier

UK to get an air-to-ground 4G LTE network for emergency services, while KAUST builds prototype underwater WiFi system using LED…

2020-05-25 - Mohammad Faiyaz Anwar

NCPOR Study Helps Better Understanding of the Role of Dust in Radiative Forcing

An Ice-Core based study using the Santa Barbara Disorder Atmospheric Radiation Transfer (SBDART) model was conducted by the NCPOR. The…

- STMicroelectronics

Space-Qualified Programmable Integrated Current Limiter

Single-chip mission-critical protection, QML-V certified and in production now

2020-04-10 - Cabe Atwell

4 Technologies Gives New Life to Archaeology

From radar to satellite remote sensing, modern archaeology tools give researchers new insights...

2020-03-05 - M. Di Paolo Emilio

Next-Gen Space-Borne Systems Call for WBG Semiconductors

WBG semiconductors are critical to the development of next-generation space-borne systems thanks to advantages like insensitivity to radiation and high-temperature…

2020-01-23 - Lou Covey

Blog: Modern Satellites and Fire From the Sky

Satellite systems are among the most crucial technologies for people on earth. They are also vulnerable to terrorist manipulation.

2020-01-09 - George Leopold

Airline Safety Omitted at CES

Conspicuously absent from a CES presentation on the future of aviation technology was the burning question of airline safety in…

2019-12-30 - George Leopold

Boeing Fails to Impress

On its maiden flight, Starliner spacecraft fails to reach the International Space Station.

2019-09-23 - Anthony Nicoli

Blog: Airliner OEMs Contend with Increasing Complexity

The trend has been to electrify more functions on airplanes, but increasing electrification also means increased complexity. The two qualities…

2019-07-12 - Hailey Lynne McKeefry

Space Flight is Going Green

Bell Aerospace officially commissioned NASA's Green Propellant Infusion Mission (GPIM) and begun on-orbit testing of a non-toxic, high-performance propellant.