"Friendly" EMP generator to help protect electronics against electromagnetic attack

Electromagnetic pulse (EMP) weapons might be a staple of movies and video games, but they pose a very real threat. With just about every facet of modern society reliant on electronic devices, Sandia National Laboratories has developed a "friendly" EMP generator to make sure military and civilian equipment can withstand such potentially devastating bursts of electromagnetic energy... Continue Reading "Friendly" EMP generator to help protect electronics against electromagnetic attack Category: Electronics Tags: EMP Sandia Labs

"Friendly" EMP generator to help protect electronics against electromagnetic attack

Electromagnetic pulse (EMP) weapons might be a staple of movies and video games, but they pose a very real threat. With just about every facet of modern society reliant on electronic ...

Mon 10 Dec 18 from Gizmag

TDK Announces Battery-driven Plasma Generator

TDK Corp developed a portable plasma generator that is expected to be powered by a battery.

Sun 9 Dec 18 from Tech-On

Hunting for rare isotopes: The mysterious radioactive atomic nuclei that will be in tomorrow's technology

When you hear the term "radioactive" you likely think "bad news," maybe along the lines of fallout from an atomic bomb.

Fri 7 Dec 18 from Phys.org

Performance of Kyocera's Antenna Does Not Lower Even on Metal Surface (1)

Kyocera Corp developed a small antenna whose transmission and reception performances do not lower even on metal, water surface, etc.

Wed 5 Dec 18 from Tech-On

Performance of Kyocera's Antenna Does Not Lower Even on Metal Surface (2)

The characteristic realized by using the meta-material this time is that its reflectance property for electromagnetic waves is "magnetic." Such a meta-material is called "artificial magnetic ...

Wed 5 Dec 18 from Tech-On

Performance of Kyocera's Antenna Does Not Lower Even on Metal Surface (3)

The size of antenna becomes large because it is necessary to periodically arrange many unit cells. For example, an antenna using an AMC that Kyocera developed in the past as a substrate measures ...

Wed 5 Dec 18 from Tech-On

Performance of Kyocera's Antenna Does Not Lower Even on Metal Surface (4)

This time, however, Kyocera made improvements to the design of the new AMC including its shape so that it functions as an antenna element (a kind of dielectric antenna). As a result, the thickness ...

Wed 5 Dec 18 from Tech-On

What Is X-Ray Spectroscopy?

X-ray spectroscopy is used in many areas of science, medicine and technology, to better understand the characteristics of a material at the atomic level.

Wed 5 Dec 18 from Livescience

Symantec goes all-in on securing critical infrastructure

Symantec ICSP Neural network will help defend most important systems.

Thu 6 Dec 18 from Techradar

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