Current Headlines

  1. Week In 5G: 2/23/2018 – Intel Eyes 5G Laptops, AT&T Announces First Cities Getting Mobile 5G
    2/23/2018

    Intel will be presenting demos or concepts of 5G-enabled devices at Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, Spain, between Feb. 26 and March 1, 2018. At the same event, Intel and Huawei will demonstrate the world's first 5G New Radio (5G NR) over-the-air interoperability trial.

  2. 300 MHz To 9 GHz High Linearity I/Q Demodulator Supports 1GHz Bandwidth
    2/23/2018

    Analog Devices announces LTC5594, a wideband, high linearity true zero-IF (ZIF) demodulator with 1GHz instantaneous I and Q 1dB bandwidth. The demodulator is capable of 37dB image rejection typical.

  3. Pentek's Talon Rugged Small Form Factor RF/IF Recorders Optimized For SWaP
    2/23/2018

    Pentek, Inc., recently announced the Talon RTR 254x series, a new high performance small form factor (SFF) recorder product line for analog RF/IF signals.

  4. Advantech Wireless' New GaN-Based 1kW X-Band Solid State Pulse Amplifier For Radar Systems
    2/23/2018

    Advantech Wireless announced recently the release of its second generation Gallium Nitride (GaN) based 1kW X-band pulse amplifier designed for Radar Systems.

  5. Movandi Unveils BeamX 5G RF Front-End 28 GHz And 39 GHz Millimeter Wave Solutions
    2/23/2018

    Movandi, a privately held company with a mission to revolutionize millimeter wave networks, today introduced and has started sampling an industry breakthrough and innovative approach to radio frequency (RF) front-end design with its BeamX solutions for fixed and mobile networks.

  6. Microsemi's New RF Modules For Implantable Medical Device Designers
    2/23/2018

    Microsemi Corporation (Nasdaq: MSCC), a leading provider of semiconductor solutions differentiated by power, security, reliability and performance, today announced the ZL70123, a new radio frequency (RF) base station module for implantable devices utilizing the Medical Implant Communication Service (MICS) RF band. The new module was developed specifically for external controllers and monitors of implantable medical devices.

  7. STMicroelectronics' New Multiprotocol Bluetooth & 802.15.4 System-On-Chip
    2/23/2018

    Powering the next generation of smart connected objects like digital-home products, wearable electronics, smart lighting, and smart sensors, STMicroelectronics (NYSE: STM), a global semiconductor leader serving customers across the spectrum of electronics applications, has revealed an advanced dual-processor wireless chip that supports new features and enhanced performance with extended battery life to deliver an improved end-user experience.

  8. Blue Danube Systems Collaborates With Rohde & Schwarz To Accelerate Massive MIMO Commercial Deployments
    2/23/2018

    Rohde & Schwarz and Blue Danube Systems announced today that the Rohde & Schwarz QualiPoc smartphone-based mobile network optimization platform was recently used to characterize performance at multiple commercial LTE deployments of Blue Danube's BeamCraft 500 advanced massive MIMO system.

  9. MaxLinear’s AirPHY Powers New ZINWELL Outdoor-Indoor Product For 5G High-Band Wireless Communication
    2/22/2018

    MaxLinear, Inc., a leading provider of radio frequency (RF), analog and mixed-signal integrated circuits for wireless and wired infrastructure, industrial, the connected home and multimarket applications, recently announced that ZINWELL Corp. has selected MaxLinear's MxL210x AirPHY wireless transceiver for its ZRA-001 product line.

  10. Vidatronic, Inc. Awarded National Science Foundation Grant For The Development Of High Performance CMOS Transmitters For Wireless Applications
    2/22/2018

    Vidatronic has been awarded a National Science Foundation (NSF) Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant to conduct research and development (R&D) work on the design of highly-efficient linear radio frequency (RF) transmitters suitable for broadband transceivers implemented in deep submicron complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor (CMOS) technologies. Dr. Jose Silva-Martinez has joined the Vidatronic team to serve as the Principal Investigator on the project and lead the design effort.