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Radio Frequency (RF) Systems

Radio-frequency (RF) electronics and systems is the application of transmission lines, waveguides, electronics, antennas and electromagnetic fields to the design and application of devices that produce or utilize signals within the radio band.

This includes almost everything that transmits or receives a radio wave, like mobile phones, radios, Wi-Fi, radar, weather monitoring, surface detection, autonomous vehicles and power electronics.

A key part of our work is to enable innovators to source, understand and utilise available technologies. We also help innovators discover and access funding, and to network and create collaborations to fast track ideas and opportunities.

Our team has a deep expertise covering topics including radio frequency electronics, satellite communications, Agri-Tech coma and machines, radar, high frequency communications, manufacturing, mobility, power electronics, robotics, mobility, GHz comms, 4G, 5G, 6G and more.

Our RF (Radio Frequency ) Systems Expert

Sven Knowles

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Funding Opportunities

Innovation in time dissemination and application

UK registered organisations can apply for a share of up to £2 million for business-led innovation in resilient time, frequency and synchronisation.

Opens: 19/04/2021 Closes: 09/06/2021

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Royal Society Short Industry Fellowships 2021

This scheme, part of the Royal Society’s Industry programme, enables scientists employed in industry or academia and/or their postdoctoral researcher to have shorter more dynamic engagements between academia and industry, working on a mutually beneficial and collaborative project.

Opens: 26/04/2021 Closes: 27/05/2021

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29.01.2021

What is the Electromagnetic Spectrum and why should you care?  

As technologies progress, we are becoming increasingly reliant on spectrum use, from how we get our information and are entertained, to ensuring national security. So, if anything was to go wrong, it could have significant implications on how we live our life.

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05.03.2021

The importance of collaboration between academics and industry for commercialising metamaterials

As part of the activities for the Commercialising Metamaterials Innovation Network, we asked Professor Fabrizio Scarpa from University of Bristol to share his experiences and insights of working closely with industry.

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