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Unmanned Aircraft Systems
The DoD test and training range community demands high-performance, robust, and reliable communication electronics for telemetry not only because test and training assets are expensive to operate, but even more importantly — people’s lives are at stake. NuWaves Engineering has worked with both the DoD and commercial customers to develop some of the most sophisticated RF designs for use in flight test and training exercises. Our designs can be found in transmitters, receivers, demodulators, transponders, flight termination receivers, TSPI (Time, Space Position Information) modules, etc.
Medical, Industrial and Commercial Applications
NuWaves has been successfully applying our RF Engineering expertise to provide innovative solutions to customers in the medical device industry. Some applications we have tackled include RF Ablation, RFID and other therapeutic applications. Additionally, NuWaves has leveraged our competence to provide effective solutions to complicated problems in other industrial and commercial applications such as RF Propagation, Signal distribution and Routing
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The requirements of modern datalinks in the UAV and large airframe market present challenges for systems designers. Many modern communication systems often require full-duplex operation, and several systems may be operating on a single airframe. At the same time size, aerodynamic and radar signature concerns can limit the ability of designers and integrators to add
Achieving both high linearity and high efficiency together in a Radio Frequency (RF) Power Amplifier (PA) system is challenging. Typical designs for highly efficient PAs (i.e., greater than 40% DC power efficiency) involve operating devices in their non-linear range, i.e., at or near compression (saturation). A PA operating in its nonlinear region inherently creates distortion
The Department of Defense (DoD) purchases a vast array of electronic and electrical devices that must be integrated into various platforms with many other devices and function without degraded performance (electromagnetic susceptibility), and conversely, must function without causing degradation of performance for other devices (electromagnetic emissions). Similarly, electromagnetic interference (EMI) is a commonly used term