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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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Why is RF filtering so important? Simply put, filters reduce the interference in the environment that affects the performance of the communication system, and reduce the interference caused by the communication system. The lack of RF filtering can affect the performance of the UAS in a number of ways: Communication range is reduced due to
Like a locust super-swarm in Madagascar, similar to a scene in BBC America’s “Planet Earth II” (image 1), commercial and government programs alike are aiming to employ “swarms” of UAV’s in domestic and overseas operations2. This includes counter-UAS systems, intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance, near-space and hurricane hunting drones. Swarms of UAVs can be controlled through autonomous
Ball grid array (BGA) is a method of surface-mount packaging used for integrated circuits (ICs), whereby the entire bottom surface of the IC is covered with an array of small solder balls to permanently mount devices such as microcontrollers, microprocessors, RAM devices, etc. to printed circuit boards. BGAs support a higher pin count compared to