Graphene Infused Most Sensitive Microwave Sensor
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Graphene Infused Most Sensitive Microwave Sensor

A new microwave radiation sensor with the sensitivity of up to 1 single photon, has been developed by research funded by the US Army and various pristine universities. This sensor is a microwave bolometer that can improve thermal imaging, radio communications, and RADAR by 100,000...

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SocioNext MN87900 is a Single-Chip 24 GHz Radio Wave Sensor for the Internet of Things
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SocioNext MN87900 is a Single-Chip 24 GHz Radio Wave Sensor for the Internet of Things

The Socionext MN87900 from Socionext is a powerful and low-power single-chip microwave sensor at 24GHz with sophisticated sensing capabilities like motion detection, speed and direction detection and so many, that can quickly find applications in the Internet of Things sensing...

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Teardown and experiments with a Doppler microwave transceiver
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Teardown and experiments with a Doppler microwave transceiver

Kerry Wong did a teardown of Microsemi’s C900502 X-band planar transceiver: I got a couple of Microsemi’s C900502 10.525 GHz X-band Doppler radar motion sensors a while ago. This batch was made in UK and had “UK patents 2243495 and/or 2253108 apply” printed on the case. I have...

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Teardown & Repair of an Agilent 53152A 46GHz Microwave Frequency Counter
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Teardown & Repair of an Agilent 53152A 46GHz Microwave Frequency Counter

Teardown & Repair of an Agilent 53152A 46GHz Microwave Frequency Counter -...

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On-Chip Microwave Laser
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On-Chip Microwave Laser

Lasers are everywhere these days: at the checkout in the supermarket, in the CD player in the lounge – and quantum researchers need them to test qubits in the (future) quantum computers. For most applications, today's large, inefficient lasers are a perfectly adequate solution, but...

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Teardown and analysis of microwave (26.5GHz) electro-mechanical step attenuators
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Teardown and analysis of microwave (26.5GHz) electro-mechanical step attenuators

Teardown and analysis of microwave (26.5GHz) electro-mechanical step attenuators from The Signal Path: In this short episode Shahriar takes a close look at a pair of Hewlett Packard microwave electro-mechanical step attenuators operating up to 26.5GHz. Mechanical attenuators offer...

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Tutorial on High-Power Balanced & Doherty Microwave Amplifiers
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Tutorial on High-Power Balanced & Doherty Microwave Amplifiers

Tutorial on High-Power Balanced & Doherty Microwave Amplifiers -...

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