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  1. Bristol Researchers Create New RF Design Tool For 5G Devices

    Researchers at the University of Bristol have developed a novel radio frequency (RF) design tool that will help engineers design and build tuneable wireless devices capable of operating over multiple frequencies in 5G networks anywhere in the world.

  2. Millimeter Wave (MMW) Technology Market Worth $8.69B By 2025: Grand View Research, Inc.

    The global millimeter wave (MMW) technology market is estimated to reach USD 8.69 billion by 2025, according to the new report by Grand View Research, Inc. Millimeter waves are radio frequencies operating in the electromagnetic spectrum of 30 GHz to 300GHz, also known as Extremely High-Frequency (EHF) range.

  3. Analog Devices’ 28-Nanometer D/A Converter Sets New Performance Benchmarks For Next Wave Wideband Software Defined Systems

    Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI) recently introduced a 28-nanometer D/A converter as part of a new series of high speed digital-to-analog converters (D/A converters). The AD9172 meets the demands of gigahertz bandwidth applications and delivers the increased spectral efficiency needed for 4G/5G multi-band wireless communications base stations and 2 GHz E-band microwave point-to-point backhaul platforms.

  4. Keysight Technologies, Spreadtrum Communications Announce Innovation Center

    Keysight Technologies, Inc. and Spreadtrum Communications ("Spreadtrum") recently announced the Spreadtrum-Keysight Innovation Center, located in Shanghai. The Center further strengthens the strategic partnership between the two companies, first announced in 2016.

  5. MACOM Announces Wideband Low Noise Amplifier With Superior Noise Figure Performance Enabling Test And Measurement Applications

    MACOM Technology Solutions Inc. (“MACOM”), recently introduced the MAAL-011141-DIE. Next generation test and measurement systems require higher performance wideband components offering ease of use and smaller footprints to allow for smaller modular solutions that accelerate time to market.

  6. Mercury Systems Unveils First 3U Transceiver Optimized For Spectral Efficiency In Congested RF Environments

    Mercury Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:MRCY) ( announced the Ensemble® DCM-KU-4R2G-2T3G ultra-low-latency transceiver developed to meet the demanding requirements of advanced electronic warfare (EW) applications and to provide high-speed signal processing capability suited to ultra-wideband communications and synthetic aperture radar (SAR) applications.

  7. New Design Tool To Enable Global Roaming Smart Phones

    Wireless communications is a technology that is used every day. Across society, there is a move away from using the internet on desktop computers and towards smartphones, tablets and laptops. Engineers at the University of Bristol have developed a novel radio frequency (RF) design tool that will speed up the design of tuneable wireless devices and will enable smartphones to roam internationally.

  8. Microchip Unveils The SAM R30 System In Package For Wirelessly Connected Designs

    The SAM R30 System in Package (SiP), a single-chip RF microcontroller (MCU), is now available from Microchip Technology Inc.

  9. IDS And EMA At HEART 2017

    IDS Ingegneria Dei Sistemi and EMA will participate at the HEART 2017 (Hardened Electronics And Radiation Technology) conference from the 24th to the 28th of April in Denver. At the event, IDS and EMA consulting and subject matter expertise for space and radiation environments will be discussed.  

  10. PPI Product Spotlight 2225CP & 3838CP

    PPI offers traditional Hi-Q, Low ESR, Multilayer Ceramic Capacitors. The 2225 C/P (.220" x .250") and 3838 C/P (.380" x .380") case size capacitors have an increased Operating Temperature qualified to 200°C.