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.
Current RF (Radio Frequency) Systems funding opportunities
Innovate UK Smart Grants: April 2022
Opens: 25/04/2022 Closes: 27/07/2022
UK registered organisations can apply for a share of up to £25 million for game-changing, commercially viable R&D innovation that can significantly impact the UK economy. It must be an innovative, disruptive, ambitious, world-class solution, with no similar technology commercially available any
Innovation Loans Future Economy Competition – Round 4
Opens: 09/06/2022 Closes: 13/07/2022
UK registered businesses can apply for loans for innovative projects with strong commercial potential to significantly improve the UK economy.
Podcast series: Metamaterials in Design
Metamaterials in Design is a series of short podcast interviews, following KTN’s workshop in June 2021, which aim to provide a better understanding of the role design plays in developing metamaterials’ applications.
Cyber Innovations revealed at CyberASAP Demo Day
The climax of the CyberASAP Demo Day saw the final 10 academic teams from this year’s programme pitch their ideas and demonstrate their Proof of Concept at London’s Canary Wharf on 17 February.