Plus, U.S. FCC announces mid-band spectrum auction plans, France delays its upcoming spectrum auction, Nokia inks a deal with the Japanese government, and more, all in this edition of the Week in 5G.
Rutgers engineers have embedded high performance electrical circuits inside 3D-printed plastics, which could lead to smaller and versatile drones and better-performing small satellites, biomedical implants and smart structures.
JFW's family of RF test systems designed for transceiver testing connects multiple radios together in a closed mesh network configuration. Variable step attenuators allow you to dynamically fade up/down the RF signal between radios. Available in three different basic configurations to simulate almost any network topology (custom configurations available upon request).
V2X is short for “vehicle to everything”. The term describes a vehicle’s communication with surrounding or interacting road users and structures. V2X technology is designed to be able to support autonomous driving and other cooperative intelligent transport systems (C-ITS). This white paper further discusses V2X and its importance in vehicle systems.
Gallium nitride (GaN) is still considered a relatively new semiconductor technology. Because of its superior properties, it is being used more and more in market areas previously dominated by legacy technologies. One area where GaN rises above the incumbent technologies is thermal management. In short, GaN “can take the heat” much better than other semiconductor technologies. This article and the video titled “Understanding GaN Thermal Analysis” provide practical tips about how to properly design using GaN with thermal considerations in mind.
GaN technology has been improving radio frequency (RF) systems since the early 1990’s. It’s ability to support high frequency, wide bandwidths, and high-power density make it invaluable in any market requiring high performance in a small form factor.This article compares Gallium Nitride (GaN) with other semiconductor technologies and presents reasons for its superiority in miniaturized RF power amplifiers (PAs).
This article offers practical advice on designing applications for Wi-Fi 6 and unlocking the full potential of the new 802.11ax standard.
NuWaves Engineering offers the NuFilter™ series of cavity filters designed for applications operating within the 1 GHz to 20 GHz frequency range. Options for standard and custom models include 3 dB bandwidths from 3% to 28%, stop-band rejections of 80 dB, insertion losses of < 1 dB, and up to 50 W power handling (higher power ratings available upon request).
The SKY66430-11 is a multi-band multi-chip System-in-Package (SiP) supporting cellular LTE-M/NB-IoT platforms for use in wearables, alarm systems, security cameras, industrial monitoring devices, and low-power IoT devices. The SiP integrates the entire RF front end, transceiver, power management, memory, and baseband modem for an LTE multi-band radio operating in the 700 to 2200 MHz frequency range.
Altair has expanded into areas of systems simulation and electromagnetics. Altair’s Pollex PCB solvers and verification tools extend these capabilities into a new domain, allowing Altair to provide software for system-level design decisions.
HUBER+SUHNER introduces the CT cable product family for phase critical applications creating a stable and reliable interconnect solution to satisfy a huge range of customer applications where phase stability is key. This video introduces these products that provide industry leading phase vs. temperature performance, as well as a unique range of cable constructions to fulfill any customer demands.
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.
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Plus, T-Mobile flips the switch on its 5G network, Japan's KDDI teams with Facebook, an EU report sums up 5G concerns, and more, all in this edition of the Week in 5G.
Cadence Design Systems, Inc. and National Instruments Corporation today announced that they have entered into a definitive agreement pursuant to which Cadence expects to acquire AWR Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of National Instruments (NI).
An Osaka University research team has introduced a new terahertz detector that allows extremely rapid wireless data communication and highly sensitive radar by using a frequency range that has previously been very difficult to work with.
Sivers IMA today announced that it has signed an agreement with partner Blu Wireless Technology Ltd (Blu Wireless) for the delivery of radio modules for unlicensed mmWave 5G wireless communication markets such as FWA (Fixed Wireless Access) and track-to-train. First deployments of Blu Wireless’ track-to-train solution are planned during the first quarter of 2020.
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