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  1. Cadence To Acquire AWR Corporation From National Instruments To Accelerate System Innovation For 5G RF Communications

    Cadence Design Systems, Inc. and National Instruments Corporation today announced that they have entered into a definitive agreement pursuant to which Cadence expects to acquire AWR Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of National Instruments (NI).

  2. The Market Of RF Components For Telecom Infrastructure Is To Be Shaken By Active Antenna Systems

    “The RF FE market for telecom infrastructure is estimated to be worth US$1.47B in 2018 and is forecasted to reach US$2.52B in 2025”, announces Antoine Bonnabel, Technology & Market Analyst, RF Electronics at Yole Développement (Yole).“This industry will see an unexpected growth thanks to the penetration of higher cost active antenna systems, leading to 8% CAGR between 2018 and 2025.”

  3. A Trick For Taming Terahertz Transmissions

    An Osaka University research team has introduced a new terahertz detector that allows extremely rapid wireless data communication and highly sensitive radar by using a frequency range that has previously been very difficult to work with.

  4. Sivers IMA Signs Supply Agreement With Blu Wireless

    Sivers IMA today announced that it has signed an agreement with partner Blu Wireless Technology Ltd (Blu Wireless) for the delivery of radio modules for unlicensed mmWave 5G wireless communication markets such as FWA (Fixed Wireless Access) and track-to-train. First deployments of Blu Wireless’ track-to-train solution are planned during the first quarter of 2020.

  5. Rohde & Schwarz Brings Cutting-Edge Solutions To MILIPOL

    Rohde & Schwarz is showcasing innovative monitoring and surveillance solutions for governmental authorities, including satellite and spectrum monitoring, cellular network analysis, effective drone defense and IP security.

  6. HUBER+SUHNER To Launch Unique 5G-Ready Indoor Antenna At Microwave Workshops & Exhibition (MWE 2019, Japan)

    With 5G on the horizon, operators will require access to more bandwidth than ever before. Reliable, fast coverage, extended capacity and simplistic installation processes are vital factors and top priorities for operators as they look for the best technology on the market to support their journeys to 5G.

  7. General Dynamics Mission Systems Receives $731.8M 10-Year Sustainment Contract For Next-Generation Satellite Communications System

    On November 8, the U.S. Navy awarded General Dynamics Mission Systems a $731.8M cost-plus-award-fee and firm-fixed-price indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity sole-source contract for the Mobile User Objective System (MUOS) ground system sustainment.

  8. Quectel Completes 5G mmWave Data Call Over Laptop

    Quectel Wireless Solutions Co., Ltd., the leading global supplier of cellular and GNSS modules, has recently achieved the first millimeter wave (mmWave) NSA data call over a RM510Q-GL powered laptop in lab.

  9. Cinch Connectivity Solutions Announces Expansion Of Johnson SMA/SMP Adapter Series

    Cinch Connectivity Solutions, a Bel group company, and global leader in delivering reliable connectivity solutions, announces the Johnson SMA/SMP series of Adapters. This new series of high frequency adapters continues Johnson’s development of products in support of 5G standards.

  10. Italian National Institute For Astro Physics Designs Innovative Phased Arrays For Radio Astronomy Applications

    The Italian National Institute for Astro Physics of the Institute of Radio Astronomy (INAF-IRA) used NI AWR software to design the circuitry of the receiver chains for a multi-channel heterodyne receiver antenna for radio astronomy applications operating across the 2.3–8.2 GHz RF band.