Newsletter | September 7, 2021

09.07.21 -- Spotlight On Massive MIMO/Beamforming

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Spotlight On Massive MIMO/Beamforming
Massive MIMO: 8 Things To Consider

Multiple input multiple output (MIMO) technology uses a number of antennas at the transmitter and receiver to improve diversity gain, take advantage of uncorrelated propagation paths for higher efficiency and high throughput, and/or for providing multiple accesses for different users simultaneously.

What’s So “Massive” About Massive MIMO?

As the list of mobile services available grows, technologies that provide these services must evolve in order to meet this demand while simultaneously improving the overall cost structure to consumers and service operators.

Phased Array Beamforming ICs Simplify Antenna Design

Wireless communications and radar systems are facing increasing demands on antenna architectures,like phased array, to improve performance. Many new applications will only be possible with antennas that consume less power in a lower profile than traditional mechanically steered dish antennas.

Industry Insights
Custom Ultra-Broadband Beamforming Networks

KRYTAR can provide custom designs of ultra-broadband beamforming networks, which are multifaceted assemblies for a wide range of applications including multiple antenna and antenna arrays used in military electronic systems and commercial communications systems.

MIMO System Simulation In WinProp

This white paper presents and discusses practical examples of communication simulations involving MIMO technology. It also discusses two workflows existing for MIMO simulations and presents an example with relevant results for each.

5G NR Design For eMBB

Enhanced mobile broadband (eMBB) will improve the mobile experience with high data throughput by more than 10 Gbps, high system capacity more than 1000x that of LTE, and a much better spectral efficiency than LTE. This white paper showcases how Cadence software overcomes eMBB design challenges.

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Featured Multimedia
Simulation Of Massive MIMO Beamforming In An Urban Small Cell

This webinar uses Wireless InSite’s MIMO simulation capability to predict the multipath and channel characteristics for a massive MIMO system in an urban small cell  Beamforming techniques are applied to the simulation results in order to predict the beams to several mobile devices and observe how the beams change as one device moves along a route through the city. 

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Focus On: Radar E-Book

Presenting a historical look at radar technology and examining modern generating techniques, this e-book is a must-have for engineers involved with radar signal generation and analysis.

The AR “Orange Book Of Knowledge” - 9th Edition

The Orange Book of Knowledge (OBK) has grown into much more than we at AR could have ever imagined. For many engineers, this resource book has turned into the “go-to” source for everything and anything related to EMC.


Featured Products And Resources
LTE Band 28/38 Switched MIMO Amplifier: CMIPAS-MIMOB28B38

The CMIPAS-MIMOB28B38 is a MIMO amplifier that can be operated as a Band 38 TDD amplifier or a Band 28 FDD amplifier. The specific operating mode is controlled by discrete digital bits.

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Corry Micronics, Inc.
Phase Shifter Assembly With Ethernet Control: Model 50PSA-101-XX
JFW offers the model 50PSA-101-XX programmable phase shifter assembly with Ethernet control and a range of 0 to 358.6° by 1.4° steps. The center frequency is user selectable from 1.5 to 3.0 GHz. It has a 2RU high 19-inch, rack-mount enclosure and is available with up to eight individually controlled phase shifters.
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JFW Industries, Inc.
High-Grain, Dual CH, LNA+SW Module (3.3 To 4.0 GHz 20W): ADRF5515A
The ADRF5515A is a dual-channel, integrated RF, front-end, multichip module designed for time division duplexing (TDD) applications. The device operates from 3.3 GHz to 4.0 GHz. The ADRF5515A is configured in dual channels with a cascading, two-stage low-noise amplifier (LNA) and a high-power silicon single-pole, double-throw (SPDT) switch.
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Analog Devices
Wireless Infrastructure Solutions

Skyworks’ wireless infrastructure solutions are designed to enable faster and more reliable data connectivity. Their broad portfolio of products supports a multitude of applications ranging from small cells to massive MIMO and macro cellular base stations.

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Skyworks Solutions, Inc.