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The Advantages of Designing a Nonplanar Antenna with Additive Manufacturing

IoT devices, new mobile devices, UAVs/UUVs, unique systems in aerospace and defense—all of these products and many more now require wireless communication in one or more frequency bands, often simultaneously. This means each of these systems will need one or more antennas to operate in their intended environments. This is in addition to the large […]

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Designing a Microstrip Patch Antenna Prototype? How 3D Printing Can Help

In the near future, your automobile, home appliances, and even children’s toys will be connected wirelessly or controlled directly from your phone or laptop. The internet of things (IoT) and the coming 5G revolution will also connect a greater number of autonomous devices, sensor networks, and other equipment to make modern life possible. PCBs in […]

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How Phased Array Antenna Manufacturers Benefit from Rapid Prototyping

Antennas come in all shapes and sizes. They can also be engineered to emit unique radiation patterns, in multiple bands, and at many different frequencies. If you need to include a directional antenna on your next PCB, and you aren’t satisfied with the availability of prepackaged components, you might consider printing your own antenna directly […]

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Nano Dimension 3D Printed RF Electronics Systems At the Space Frontier with Harris Corporation

This post was first published by Harris Corporation here. RF amplifier 3D printed on Nano Dimension’s DragonFly Pro System. Harris to Test 3-D Printed RF Systems in Space AN EXPERIMENT ON THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION WILL DELIVER CRITICAL NEW DATA ON THIS EMERGING TECHNOLOGY.  Business is booming in low Earth orbit (LEO), an altitude of only 1,200 […]

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Breakthrough in 100% Additive Manufacturing of Antennas

  3D Printed PCB for RF Amplifier In June 2017, Nano Dimension clinched an Israel Innovation Authority grant for research on 3D printing electronics modules for space applications with major US defense contractor Harris Corporation. A key project within this collaboration was to study the feasibility of 3D printing radio frequency (RF) amplifiers on Nano […]

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