23 January 2018
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The proposed innovation is an advantageous decoder that allows highly improved wireless signal transmission. Nowadays, for most wireless applications ...Read more
Improving the efficiency, consumption, dissipation and/or linearity of radio-frequency (RF) solid state power amplifiers (SSPAs) is a high priority fo ...Read more
ESA BIC Bavaria
Bavaria is one of the leading high-tech regions in Europe and the aerospace sector has always been a major focus of the Bavarian State Government. Annually around 7 billion € in revenues are generated in the manufacturing aerospace sector. Overall, more than 60,000 employees are working in around 550 companies in Bavaria – including airlines and airports.
World leading OEMs such as Airbus Defence and Space, Airbus Helicopters Germany and MTU Aero Engines are headquartered in Bavaria. Tier 1 suppliers such as Diehl Aerospace, Premium Aerotec and Liebherr Aerospace have already chosen Bavaria as one of their main business sites. In addition, a substantial number of niche suppliers, market leaders in their respective fields, such as FAG Aerospace, EME, ESG, IABG, Leistritz or Telair characterize the aerospace cluster in Bavaria.
Manufacturing of systems and subsystems in aviation, space, defence and security, UAV (unmanned aerial vehicles) as well as top quality engineering services enjoy a long tradition in Bavaria. Bavaria is one of just a few regions worldwide with the entire value added chain from basic research, industrial research and development, via prototyping and manufacturing to maintenance, repair and overhaul.
The innovation-friendly economic policy offers extensive development programmes and initiatives – like, for example, the Cluster Initiative or Bavarian funding for aerospace applications. Furthermore, the strategy programme or the high-tech initiative Digital Bavaria of the Bavarian Ministry of Economic Affairs support the industry.
Aperiodic and non-planar array of electromagnetic scatterers, and reflectarray antenna comprising the same
The present offer relates to a method for manufacturing an aperiodic reflectarray antenna. ...Read more
The offered technology provides a low weight, compactly deployable support structure suitable for large deployable apertures. ...Read more