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December 3, 2018 | Source: The Drive, thedrive.com, Marco Margaritoff, 2 August 2018
DARPA Taps Silent Falcon to Develop Midair, Laser-Based Drone Charging
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) arguably develops some of the most technologically advanced systems known to man, and its latest endeavor certainly continues...
October 8, 2018 | Source: Space News, spacenews.com, 10 September 2018, Caleb Henry
Kepler, Phasor Test Flat Panel Antenna with LEO Cubesat
Startups Kepler Communications and Phasor said Sept. 10 that they successfully demonstrated a link between Kepler’s cubesat and a Phasor flat panel antenna. The test, according to...
07/05/2018 - 00:00 | Source: Doolittle Institute SOFWERX TeamWERX, teamwerx.org, July 2018
SOFWERX TeamWERX Challenge: Amplifier-Repeater
SOF operators have a need for rapidly deployable, interconnected repeaters that can transmit and receive a 1775-2250 MHz range of RF energy that may include near-real-time video,...
April 23, 2018 | Source: Military.Com, 13 March 2018, Hope Hodge Seck
Marines Release Specifications for New Mega-Drone
The Marine Corps is a step closer to getting a large unmanned aircraft that can launch from ships, fly a radius of up to 700 nautical miles with a full payload, escort the MV-22...
February 21, 2018 | Source: NASA Tech Briefs, techbriefs.com, 1 March 2017
NASA Autonomous Aircraft Designed for High-Altitude Extended Flight
The autonomous airplane can be folded in a confined volume, transported, and deployed in terrestrial or extraterrestrial venues. NASA Langley Research Center researchers have...
August 4, 2015 | Source: NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
A Wi-Fi Reflector Chip To Speed Up Wearables
"...they achieved a data transfer rate of 330 megabits per second, which is about three times the current Wi-Fi rate, using about a thousand times less power than a regular Wi-Fi...