Harnessing the Power of Gallium Nitride and Machine Learning

Military installations, especially on ships and aircraft, require robust power electronics systems to operate radar and other equipment, but there is limited space onboard. Researchers from the University of Houston will use a $2.5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Defense to develop compact electronic power systems to address the issue.

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New Hardware Project Would Boost 5G Networks

An electrical engineer at the University of Houston is creating a roadmap toward that 5G future, using a $1.7 million grant to design and build a system capable of supporting 5G infrastructure.
Harish Krishnamoorthy, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering, is working on the Department of Defense-funded project with New Edge Signal Solutions, a Massachusetts company which builds high-speed broadband radio frequency systems.

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Typhoon Hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) training session

Typhoon HIL Inc. is the market and technology leader in the rapidly-growing field of ultra-high-fidelity controller-Hardware-in-the-Loop (C-HIL) simulation for power electronics, microgrids, and distribution networks. Two-day on-site training session on the use of Typhon Microgrid unit was held in PEMSES labs.


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