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  1. Euroquartz Launches Ultra-Low Power, Fast Start-Up High Shock Resistance Oscillator Range

    Frequency control specialist, Euroquartz has launched a new range of oscillators from Statek Inc. offering ultra-low power, fast start-up and high shock resistance characteristics in a surface-mount package measuring just 3.2 x 1.5 x 0.95mm.

  2. Qorvo® Powers New Commercial 802.11ax Carrier Gateway

    Qorvo® (Nasdaq: QRVO), a leading provider of innovative RF solutions that connect the world, today announced that its high efficiency 5GHz front end module (FEM) QPF4528 is part of a new, commercially available draft 802.11ax carrier gateway.

  3. The Week In 5G: 6/29/2018 – Finland's Elisa Claims 'World's First' 5G Network, 3.5 GHz Band Key To US 5G Deployment, Asian Manufacturers Prep 5G Devices

    Another telco claims the "world's first" commercial 5G network, a tug-of-war takes place in the U.S. over the 3.5 GHz band, and new 5G technology debuts at MWC Shanghai, all in this edition of the Week in 5G!

  4. Keysight, MediaTek Extend Collaboration To Accelerate Chipset Development And Testing Of 5G NR Protocol Stacks

    Keysight Technologies, Inc., a leading technology company that helps enterprises, service providers, and governments accelerate innovation to connect and secure the world, announced that the company is extending its collaboration with MediaTek, Inc. to accelerate 5G New Radio (NR) chipset development and testing of 5G NR protocol stacks.

  5. Energous Partners With IDT To Launch WattUp Near Field Wireless Charging 2.0

    Energous Corporation (NASDAQ:WATT), the developer of WattUp®, a revolutionary wire-free, power-at-a-distance charging technology, today announced the availability of a cost-effective WattUp Near Field wireless charging transmitter solution through its partnership with IDT International Limited, a leading global electronics manufacturer.

  6. ETS-Lindgren And Spirent Join Forces On 5G R&D

    ETS-Lindgren, a leading provider of radiated test solutions and Spirent Communications plc, a leading provider of 5G channel emulation and communications test solutions, announced a new partnership to pursue joint research and development (R&D) on a complete radiated test system to evaluate the over-the-air (OTA) performance of 5G devices.

  7. Blu Wireless HYDRA 1.X mmWave IP Validated In Successful Real-World Trial

    Blu Wireless celebrates a successful trial of its HYDRA1.X IEEE 802.11ad baseband IP on the Bristol is Open trial network in its home city of Bristol. With the HYDRA1.X System IP including a number of 802.11ay and other novel features, such as advanced co-channel mitigation, 64QAM, dynamic TSMA scheduling, flexible sub-channelization and others; the IDT's RWM6050 RapidWave[TM] modem IC, based on BluWireless' IP is available now to address the most demanding infrastructure, transport and consumer applications of tomorrow.

  8. Saelig Introduces Economical SVA1015X 1.5GHz Spectrum & Vector Network Analyzer

    Saelig Company, Inc. has introduced the Siglent SVA1015X Spectrum / Vector Network Analyzer - a powerful tool for measuring the performance of RF circuits and networks such as amplifiers, filters, attenuators, cables, and antennas. With a wide frequency range from 9kHz to 1.5GHz, the SVA1015X analyzer delivers reliable automatic measurements with its built-in tracking generator and multiple modes of operation.

  9. HUBER+SUHNER Launches World-First 230V AC Cable System

    HUBER+SUHNER, leading manufacturer of components and systems for optical and electrical connectivity, is tackling the increasing power and expansion challenges faced as 5G approaches, with the launch of its one-of-a-kind hybrid cabling system solution for remote radio installations.

  10. Breakthrough Ultra Low Noise Amplifier Covers 2-6 GHz Frequency Range

    Custom MMIC, a leading developer of performance driven monolithic microwave integrated circuits (MMICs), has now offers a new GaAs Low Noise Amplifier (LNA) MMIC with broadband noise figure performance previously only achievable with discrete FET designs.