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Echodyne gets OK to conduct drone detection at Super Bowl | FierceWireless Jan 2019
The FCC has given Echodyne the go-ahead to operate two low powered fixed radar transmitters in the immediate vicinity of Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta during Super Bowl LIII on Sunday.

The radars are intended to be used as part of a drone detection system that will be installed at the perimeter of the stadium to alert security personnel, including federal officers, of any unidentified drone activity during the big game, according to material the company submitted to the FCC.
FierceWireless  FCC  Echodyne  drones  detection  radar 
january 2019 by pierredv
Antenna Technologies for the Future | 2018-01-15 | Microwave Journal
"Traditional antenna technology has hit its limits in many demanding commercial and aerospace markets such as 5G, SATCOM, IoT and radar. But there are many companies developing new approaches and materials that could drastically improve antenna performance and enable new applications that were not previously envisioned because of these limitations. In this article, Microwave Journal looks at a sampling of these technologies that have come to our attention in the last couple of years."

topics
= 3D printed antennas (Optisys)
= metamaterial based antennas (e.g. Kymeta, Echodyne)
= fractal based antennas (Fractus)
MicrowaveJournal  review  antennas  Kymeta  Echodyne  Optisys  Fractus 
february 2018 by pierredv

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