Month: March 2023

Increase Confidence in Your RF SatCom Design

With satellite competition growing exponentially, advanced virtual prototyping and design techniques are needed to keep pace. Join our webinar to hear from Dr. Wilfredo Rivas-Torres of Keysight Technologies. He will cover 3D/conformal phased array analysis and dynamic mission performance simulations. Learn how to: Analyze a SatCom link budget Integrate dynamic…
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How C-V2X Is Bolstering Automotive Safety

The automotive industry is undergoing a paradigm shift, away from a world where vehicles are fully controlled by their manufacturers and toward a world where every vehicle is connected to each other as well as road infrastructure. Certain aspects of a vehicle's performance—particularly safety features—will depend on other entities, from…
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Geothermal energy could provide electricity while capturing carbon emissions

Using Geothermal-Bioenergy and Carbon Capture and Sequestration (BECCS) as an energy source could positively impact the environment, new research has shown.  Karan Titus, UC civil and natural resources engineering PhD student, has investigated this type of energy, and how it can be harnessed to remove carbon from the atmosphere.  The…
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Interview: Matheu Parr, ACCEL project lead, Rolls-Royce

Describing the event as “a momentous occasion” and an “incredible achievement”, Matheu Parr recalls how Rolls-Royce Electrical’s demonstrator aircraft Spirit of Innovation set three world records. On 16 November 2021 the ACCEL (short for Accelerating the Electrification of Flight) project delivered top speeds over distances of 3km and 15km, and…
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The EV Battery Wish List

Electric cars barely existed in 2010, when the Tesla Model S was still a glint in Elon Musk’s eye. Now more than 20 million EVs girdle the globe, according to BloombergNEF—and that count is expected to nearly quadruple to 77 million by 2025. A battery will be the high-voltage heart…
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