RF energy systems have undergone a huge transformation since the early days of the tube-based magnetrons. However according to High Tech Institute trainer Klaus Werner, while the crude power of the tube is tough to match, the new generation of solid-state RF integrated circuits offers unprecedented control, efficiency and reproducibility.
Dutch radio frequency specialist Pink RF is expanding operations. In collaboration with the American RF repair company Odyssey, European RF and semiconductor customers will have a new option located in Nijmegen.
In the previous interview, at the end of last year, the future looked bright for pinkRF. There were new collaborations, growth did not seem to slow down. The corona crisis is now causing uncertainty, owner Klaus Werner says.
Klaus Werner and John Schalken have been interviewed by IN2 Maas & Waal: “Registration of intellectual property is not always necessary for small businesses. It is important to consider where you want to do business with a product or idea”
International Microwave Power Institute the leading global scientific organization dedicated to non-communication microwave and RF energy applications, is pleased to announce the formation of a Solid State RF Energy Section.
pinkRF has received a subsidy from EFRO Netherlands for the development of a pill, which reports the core body temperature of e.g. athletes to a wearable device: blueTemp.
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