Ink jet printed THz filter

University of Utah engineers have discovered a new approach for designing filters capable of separating different frequencies in the terahertz spectrum. According to the team, the filter – which can be produced using an ink jet printer – could allow mobile phone users and Internet surfers to download data 1000 times faster than today.

  • Ink jet printed filter set to separate Terahertz frequencies

    University of Utah engineers have discovered a new approach for designing filters capable of separating different frequencies in the terahertz spectrum. According to the team, the filter – which can be produced using an ink jet printer – could allow mobile ... Read More
  • Electrocomponents names new chief executive

    Lindsley Ruth will take over as group chief executive of Electrocomponents with effect from 1 April 2015, replacing the incumbent Ian Mason.

    Lindsley Ruth will take over as group chief executive of Electrocomponents with effect from 1 April 2015, ...
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  • WiGig chipset to deliver 7Gbit/s using beam forming and antenna diversity

    Millimetre wave communications developer SiBeam has released the SB6501 and SB6510 UltraGig network processor and RF transceiver chipset. The IEEE802.11ad compliant chipset delivers up to 7Gbit/s in devices such as smartphones, tablets, ultrabooks, access ... Read More
  • AMP consortium adds another power standard

    Building on the four standards it published at electronica in November 2014, the Architects of Modern Power (AMP) consortium has announced a further standard aimed at establishing common mechanical and electrical specifications for the development of advanced ... Read More





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