Plus, Microsoft helps Singapore's 5G rollout, Brazil likely to welcome Huawei, a slew of activity from Ericsson, and more, all in this edition of the Week in 5G.
Physicists at Stockholm University and the Max Planck Institute for Physics have turned to plasmas in a proposal that could revolutionise the search for the elusive dark matter.
This article offers practical advice on designing applications for Wi-Fi 6 and unlocking the full potential of the new 802.11ax standard.
In order to resolve the trade-off issue facing the coaxial cable market, HUBER+SUHNER has combined the advantages of the solid and the stranded wire into one product – the SUCOFLEX 500 cable assemblies. To achieve this, HUBER+SUHNER has launched a two-in-one solution, enabled by its patented rotary swaging technology. This white paper discusses the features and benefits of this technology to meet the highest demands in performance, reliability, and durability.
Strategy Analytics predicts an explosive growth of emerging 5G networks. They forecasted the number of new base station sectors deployed to double between 2018 and 2024. This rapid 5G growth will result in equipment for nearly 9.4 million new and upgraded wireless base stations deployed by 2024. Many of these 5G base stations will incorporate massive MIMO antennas. These new 5G network architectures incorporating massive MIMO antennas are pushing always-on connectivity to the outer edges of the cellular network. This article covers everything to know about the fundamentals of the RF front-end in the massive MIMO base station.
OCXO stands for Oven Controlled Crystal (Xtal) Oscillator. OCXOs are the top performing type of quartz crystal oscillators at the expense of power. Other types of quartz crystal oscillators include TCXO, VCXO, and just plain XOs.
This app note demonstrates Wolfspeed’s GaN HEMT technology capabilities with respect to harmonic content, PAE, and SWaP. It also describes the typical performance that has been achieved and that which can be expected when evaluating the demonstrator.
CPI’s Beverly Microwave Division presents the VSL3680 4.0 kW pulsed solid state power amplifier module operating in the L-band. This high efficiency, high power, compact amplifier is highly efficient, easy to maintain, and is designed for use in a variety of test and measurement application.
DYCONEX, an MST company, offers an advanced rigid multilayer substrate material permitting ultra-thin build-ups for various high frequency applications, particularly suitable for HF chip packaging.
This video demonstrates Fischer Freedom™ Series’ ability to withstand extreme operating temperatures.
This video demonstrates Fischer Freedom™ Series’ ability to withstand long-standing exposure to salt fog.
This video demonstrates that the electrical functionality of the Fischer Freedom™ Series remains unchanged after being washed in a river, quickly dried, and mated back to a Fischer LP360™ plug with integrated LED.
This video demonstrates Fischer Freedom™ Series’ IP68 sealing performance where the connectors are immersed at two bars (equivalent to 20 m) for 24 hours.
This video demonstrates that the Fischer Freedom™ Series remains perfectly functional under water by immersing a cable assembly with a battery on one end and an LED-integrated plug on the other in water.
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Integrated Device Technology, Inc. (IDT), a wholly owned subsidiary of Renesas Electronics Corporation (TSE: 6723), today announced its newest RapidWave product, the RWM6051, a millimeter wave (mmWave) modem for customer premise equipment (CPE) targeted for 5G fixed wireless networks.
Revenue from RF GaN-enabled devices grew by nearly 22 percent in 2018. The Strategy Analytics Advanced Semiconductor Applications (ASA) report “RF GaN Market Forecast: 2018 - 2023 (Data Tables)” forecasts that this growth will accelerate and RF GaN revenue will surpass $1.7B in 2023.
Teseq now offers an 1.0 - 6.0GHz 400W P1dB RF power amplifier (CBA D-series) This 400 watt P1dB amplifier is ideal for radiated and conducted RF EMC immunity testing in the commercial, automotive, aerospace and military markets.
Radars are a key element of the sensor suite in ADAS and autonomous mobility. The technology is already commercially used, particularly on various ADAS functions. Its use is set to increase in the short and long terms. In the short-term, legislation, as well as voluntary safety commitments, will push the adoption further. In the long term, the emergence of higher levels of autonomy will increase the radar content per vehicle, thus having a multiplier effect on the market.
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