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  1. Akoustis Announces Order For 5.2 GHz BAW RF Filters From Second WiFi SoC Customer
    1/7/2019

    Akoustis Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: AKTS) (“Akoustis” or the “Company”), an integrated design and manufacturer (IDM) of patented bulk acoustic wave (BAW) high-band RF filters for mobile and other wireless applications, announced it has received a pre-production order for its 5.2 GHz XBAW™ filters from a leading WiFi system-on-chip (SoC) company. The filters will be evaluated for a reference design targeting tri-band WiFi customer premise equipment (CPE).

  2. R&S, China Mobile, MediaTek Perform Technical Trial Of A 5G mmWave Prototype Terminal
    1/7/2019

    Test and measurement specialist Rohde & Schwarz, telecommunications service provider China Mobile and mobile platform provider MediaTek have successfully carried out a technical trial of a 5G prototype terminal.

  3. Qualcomm Tech To Support 30+ Commercial 5G Mobile Devices Scheduled To Launch In 2019
    1/7/2019

    Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., a subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated, recently announced strong 5G device momentum with more than 30 5G design-wins, the majority of which are smartphones, from global OEMs featuring the Snapdragon 855 Mobile Platform and the Snapdragon X50 5G modem family.

  4. AR Is A Great Place To Work
    1/4/2019

    As an industry leader and one of the world's fastest growing amplifier and RF test instrument companies, AR attracts the best and brightest minds who are interested in making their work life productive, rewarding, and fun. If you are looking for an environment designed to allow top caliber people to fulfill their potential, we should talk.

  5. The Week In 5G: 1/4/2019 – SK Telecom Airs First Live TV Broadcast Via 5G, CES 2019 To Spotlight 5G
    1/4/2019

    Plus, OPPO offers a peek at its 5G smartphone, autonomous driving hype gains new momentum, Germany's spectrum auction faces a legal challenge, Spain welcomes Huawei, and more, all in this edition of The Week in 5G. 

  6. Wireless Power & Data Solution For 4G/LTE And 5G Millimeter Wave Fixed Wireless Access CPEs
    1/4/2019

    MaxLinear, Inc., a leading provider of radio frequency (RF), analog and mixed-signal integrated circuits for the connected home, wired and wireless infrastructure, and industrial and multimarket applications, and jjPlus, a leading supplier of wireless power transfer products, recently announced that Zinwell, a leading manufacturer of wired and wireless broadcast and broadband communication equipment, has integrated MaxLinear’s AirPHY multi-gigabit modem technology with jjPlus’s latest 65W magnetic resonant wireless power module into its 3rd generation ZRA-003 device, which can transfer power and gigabit data through glass windows or structural walls up to 20cm thick.

  7. Hexcel Completes Acquisition Of ARC Technologies
    1/3/2019

    Hexcel Corporation announced recently that it has completed its acquisition of ARC Technologies LLC, a leading supplier of custom RF / EMI and microwave absorbing composite materials for military, aerospace and industrial applications.

  8. AR Launches New Corporate Landing Page In Conjunction With Its 50th Anniversary #AR50YearsStrong
    1/3/2019

    In conjunction with their 50th Anniversary, AR has unveiled a new corporate landing page. The page highlights the four divisions that make up the AR family of companies – AR RF/Microwave Instrumentation, AR Modular RF, SunAR RF Motion, AR Europe – and serves as a launching page to each of the four companies.

  9. Antenova’s Latest SMD Antenna 'Raptor' Can Pinpoint A Location To Within Centimetres
    1/3/2019

    Antenova Ltd, manufacturer of antennas and RF antenna modules for M2M and the Internet of Things, has developed a new SMD positioning antenna that achieves an extraordinary level of accuracy in the GNSS bands – it can pinpoint a location to within centimetres.

  10. Metamaterial With Inherently Robust Sound Transport
    1/3/2019

    Researchers at the Advanced Science Research Center (ASRC) at The Graduate Center of The City University of New York and at the City College of New York (CCNY) have developed a metamaterial that can transport sound in unusually robust ways along its edges and localize it at its corners.