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A new H2020 project for next generation wireless systems
Paola Farinelli

A new H2020 project for next generation wireless systems

on 22 Feb 2019 in News |

Starting from January 2019, RF Microtech is involved in a new H2020 project called NANOSMART – NANO components for electronic SMART wireless systems. Led by Thales SAS (France), the project will be conducted in collaboration with ten of the most advanced European Industries, SMEs and Research Institutes involved in the field of nano-component and smart system development. The final objective of NANOSMART project is to develop smart monolithic Tx/Rx front-ends capable of RF switching, power management and high efficiency at low cost and footprint. NANOSMART responds to these needs by developing a new technological platform based on CNT and 2D material electronics that are the two most promising technologies to replace silicon electronics in the future. RF Microtech is responsible of the “System Integration and Tests” Work Package and leads the development of one of the two demonstrators, namely a 24 GHz Tx/Rx smart module for IoT applications. Visit the project web page for more...

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H2020 SME Instrument: SPACEFIT project approved
Fratticcioli

H2020 SME Instrument: SPACEFIT project approved

on 19 Feb 2015 in News |

RF Microtech’s project SPACEFIT (SPAce-CompatiblE- Filters_in_dIelectric waveguide Technology) has been approved by EU Commission for the Phase 1 of H2020 Research for SME Programme, SPACE topic. As an outcome of this project, RF Microtech will be able to introduce into the space market miniaturized and low-mass RF filters and multiplexers in L/S bands based on dielectric waveguide resonators. The proposed technology will lead to a drastic reduction of the resonator dimensions and weight (up to 50%) and cost (up to 20%) while maintaining high performances. The devices find application as input or output filters in several satellite mobile communications systems and space programs, such as Galileo, Globalstar and Iridium...

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