For the emerging number of millimeter-wave applications above 100 GHz, the model ITI-110-170-15-6 low-noise amplifier (LNA) from Impulse Technologies offers 15-dB typical gain over the wide frequency range of 110 to 170 GHz. It features typical noise figure of 6 dB over that high frequency range. The broadband LNA is equipped with UG-387 as the standard waveguide flange on the RF input port and WM-1651 (WR-65) waveguide on RF port.
Inseego Corp. today announced that it has partnered with Switzerland's leading telecommunications and IT company, Swisscom, to bring the Inseego 5G MiFi M2000 mobile hotspot to Swisscom’s nationwide live 5G network.
For the emerging number of millimeter-wave applications above 100 GHz, the model ITI-110-170-15-6 low-noise amplifier (LNA) from Impulse Technologies offers 15-dB typical gain over the wide frequency range of 110 to 170 GHz.
With the automotive, semiconductor and mobile communication sectors increasingly developing applications that require the E-band spectrum range, HUBER+SUHNER has today announced its MXPM90 test solution for frequencies up to 90 GHz.
CML Microcircuits is pleased to introduce the CMX940, a fully integrated Fractional-N RF synthesiser with VCO that achieves low phase noise and excellent spurious performance in a low power single-chip solution.
Kymeta the communications company making mobile global—announced that the Kymeta u8 and Kymeta Connect are available for government and commercial purchase after November 30, 2020, unlocking the potential of broadband satellite connectivity and cellular networks to satisfy the overwhelming demand for communications on the move.
Nordic Semiconductor today announces that Brossard, Canada-based I-SYST, has selected Nordic’s higher-end nRF52840 Bluetooth Low Energy (Bluetooth LE) System-on-Chip (SoC) and nRF52832 SoC, to power its ‘BLYST840’ and ‘BLYST Nano’ modules.
E-band is well established as an attractive and cost effective, high capacity solution for mmWave XHaul applications, capable of supporting radio links up to 20Gbps. The spectrum allocations available in E-band are 71 – 76GHz and 81 – 86GHz.