Microwaves

The Army Wants To Zap Drones Out Of The Sky With Lasers

Caleb Larson Lasers, A new partnership would see Epirus’s Leonidas high power microwave directed energy weapon mated to a Stryker as a short-range air-defense (SHORAD) platform. By arming the venerable Stryker armored fighting vehicle with a...
Related topics: Drones, Laser

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Researchers Develop Broadband Spintronic-metasurface Terahertz Emitters With Tunable Chirality

Terahertz radiation, between infrared and microwave radiation in the electromagnetic spectrum, possesses unique advantages for fundamental studies and practical applications. The ability to generate and manipulate broadband chiral terahertz waves is...

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Bicep3 Tightens The Bounds On Cosmic Inflation

A new analysis of the South Pole-based telescope's cosmic microwave background observations has all but ruled out several popular models of inflation.
Related topics: Telescopes, Space

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A Microwave Frequency Doubler

It is an age-old problem. You have a 2.5 GHz source and you want it at 5 GHz. You need a frequency doubler. [All Electronics Channel] has an interesting video that talks not only about the theory of such a device but shows a practical one made with...
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How To Force Photons To Never Bounce Back

Scientists have developed a topology-based method that forces microwave photons to travel along on way path, despite unprecedented levels of disorder and obstacles on their way. This discovery paves the way to a new generation of high-frequency...
Related topics: Scientific Discoveries

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How To Easily Make Microwaved Poached Eggs Without Using Any Special Tools

While it may seem like a bad mistake, poaching eggs in the microwave is actually undeniably easy and quite safe. Interestingly enough, this unlikely breakfast hack was not born from TikTok. In fact, restaurants frequently use this technique to...

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A Universal System For Decoding Any Type Of Data Sent Across A Network

Every piece of data that travels over the internet — from paragraphs in an email to 3D graphics in a virtual reality environment — can be altered by the noise it encounters along the way, such as electromagnetic interference from a microwave or...
Related topics: Bluetooth

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Tapping Into Magnets To Clamp Down On Noise In Quantum Information

In a newly funded project, Argonne and the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign will explore coupling magnetism and microwaves. This research will yield new insights that should benefit quantum sensing, data transfer and computing.
Related topics: Quantum, Physics

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Microwaves Improve Imaging Systems, Hasten Infrastructure Evaluation

Limitations of microwave imaging are size, weight, power consumption and cost. New research using metamaterials simplifies speed and capacity.

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Physicists Mix Classical Light With Half A Photon On A Qubit

A Russian-U.K. research team has proposed a theoretical description for the new effect of quantum wave mixing involving classical and nonclassical states of microwave radiation. This effect, which previously lacked a rigorous mathematical...
Related topics: Physics, Qubits, Quantum, Mathematics

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Turns Out, I Like Cooking Food From Scratch... In A Microwave

I’m a sucker for newfangled kitchen appliances. I bought into the Instant Pot hype a few years ago and tried out an air fryer as well. (I ended up getting the Breville Smart Oven Air, a toaster oven with an air-frying setting.) I also own a host...

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Shielding Ultracold Molecules With Microwaves

Ultracold molecules are promising for applications in new quantum technologies. Unfortunately, these molecules are destroyed upon colliding with each other. Researchers at Harvard University, MIT, Korea University and Radboud University have...
Related topics: Quantum, Physics, Harvard University

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An Incredible Anamorphic Portrait Of Nikola Tesla Made Out Of Home And Office Electrical Appliances

Czech artist Patrik Proško created an incredible anamorphic portrait of famed inventor Nikola Tesla using parts from home and office electrical appliances such as washing machine machines, microwaves, and televisions. The large-scale piece, which...
Related topics: Tesla

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Understand Pic Microcontrollers With This Online Course Bundle

TL;DR: The PIC Microcontroller Engineering Projects Course Bundle is on sale for £36.14 as of July 18, saving you 96% on list price.At the heart of alarm systems, phones, microwaves, washing machines, and so much more are tiny microcontrollers...

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Reinventing Yourself In The New Normal

To modern workers everywhere,I aspire to be a warm, generous person. And in my pre-Covid life, the office was a channel through which I got many small opportunities to demonstrate those qualities daily. Waiting for the elevator or by the office...

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Inkjet Printing 'impossible Materials'

Engineers developed inexpensive methods to make 'impossible materials' that interact in unusual ways with microwave energy. Thin film polymers inkjet printed with tiny component patterns collect or transmit energy with much greater selectivity,...

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Bear Of The Day: Tupperware Brands (tup)

Tupperware Brands (TUP) is a Zacks Rank #5 (Strong Sell) that manufactures, markets, and sells design-centric preparation, storage, and serving solutions for the kitchen and home, as well as a line of cookware, knives, microwave products, microfiber...

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Sunk Cost And Marginal Cost: Our Microwave

A few weeks ago our microwave went on the blink. It still worked but when we opened the microwave’s door, a fan immediately started up. The GE repairman showed up today. After examining it quickly, he was pretty sure he could fix it. But, he...

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This Innovative Cookware Startup Wants You To Make Dinner In Your Microwave

I’ve made salmon, mashed potatoes, and fried rice in Anyday’s microwave bowls—and I can’t believe how good they taste. In the dead of summer my apartment dangerously hovers between 85 and 95 degrees, which makes cooking...
Related topics: Startup

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Chef David Chang: ‘my Passion For Microwave Cooking Only Continues To Grow’

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