This article explains beamforming in the context of 5G NR specifications, and introduces beamforming characterization and beamforming verification test.
This article looks at the semiconductor process and SMT packaging options for the realisation of power amplifier (PA) integrated circuits (ICs) operating at millimeter wave (mmWave) frequencies. It also presents examples of 5G mmWave SMT packaged PA designs.
Much like the 2017 event, this month’s IEEE International Microwave Symposium 2018 (IMS) was abuzz with talk of 5G applications, rollouts, and developments. But nowhere was that focus more singular than Monday’s (June 12) 5G summit, whose speaker lineup looked like a connectivity all-star roster.
The transition from previous 802.11 standards, such as 802.11n and 802.11ac, to 802.11ax adds several new technologies and performance requirements that need to be fully tested. However, there are a number of challenges in designing these test scenarios.
Whether it’s a matter of national security or commercial success, a space plane or a sensor, brilliant people regularly refrain from trumpeting their astounding scientific achievements. It's not always easy or popular, but it's necessary, and I tip my hat top you, secret-keepers.
NR is billed as a more capable air interface, and will need to operate in both the frequencies below 6 GHz and above 24 GHz (mmWave) with a frame structure supporting both TDD and FDD, as well as operate in both licensed and unlicensed spectrum.
Plus, German automakers look to 5G automation, China's ZTE asks India to ease spectrum pricing, the U.S. backpedals on its Huawei ban, and more, all in the is edition of The Week in 5G.
Plus, Vodafone confirms a big 5G rollout in the UK, Malaysia regulators take a hard look at 5G security, Portland, OR, wants assurances from the U.S. FCC that 5G is safe, and more, all in this edition of the Week in 5G.
Plus, Nokia and KT expand their 5G rollout collaboration, Sprint touts its 5G strategy over competitors' approaches, AT&T rushes to trial its 24 GHz gear before the FCC's 24 GHz auction, and more, all in this edition of The Week in 5G.
Plus, Facebook and a tech startup team to tackle traditional internet providers, white hat hackers expose some 5G vulnerabilities, the EU pledges to take the lead on 5G cybersecurity, and more, all in this edition of The Week in 5G.
Anokiwave recently announced its presence at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2019 in Barcelona, Spain. Our 5G ICs will power our customer’s 5G arrays at all three mmW 5G bands and the Anokiwave Active Antenna Innovator Kits, driven by Anokiwave 5G ICs, will be featured at several of our partner booths.
Both companies will jointly develop the product and Ampleon will be funding parts of the Sivers IMA development by approximately MSEK 3.5. Ampleon will be the main sales channel to all tier 1 OEMs for the product resulting from the project.
Remcom announces 5G antenna array design features in the latest release of XFdtd® 3D EM Simulation Software, including workflow enhancements for modeling complex devices at millimeter wave frequencies.
Leti, a research institute of CEA Tech, and VSORA, which specializes in multi-core digital signal processor (DSP) design, recently announced they have demonstrated the implementation of 5G New Radio (5G NR) Release 15 on a new DSP architecture that can dramatically reduce time to market of digital modems.
At the Global Terminal Summit held on June 28, 2018, at this year’s Mobile World Congress Shanghai, China Mobile brought together the members of the 5G Device Forerunner Initiative to publish the Guideline for 5G Terminal Products. China Mobile and the other members of the 5G Device Forerunner Initiative signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU).
Anokiwave, Inc., an innovative company providing highly integrated IC solutions for mmW markets and Active Antenna based solutions, will continue its presence at the IEEE International Microwave Symposium with participation in the exposition at booth 538.
Cellular technologies have advanced from first generation analog technologies to advanced high-performance fourth generation and fifth generation systems in just four decades. Despite the increase in complexity of wireless standards and devices, cellular technologies maintain a set of common principles that form the basis behind the design of cellular systems. This white paper explores these basic principles and examine the underlying technologies that lay the foundation for today and future cellular systems.
The Sky5™ LiTE is the industry’s first fully integrated front-end solution for mass tier 5G cellular applications. This solution features a baseband agnostic platform supporting up to 100 MHz wide bandwidth of 5G new radio (NR) waveforms with flexible management options.
The Sky5 Ultra is a fully integrated, baseband agnostic solution combining the critical front-end functionality required for high-performance 5G mobile devices with global coverage in a compact form factor. This solution features best-in-class transmit and receive capabilities with unprecedented efficiency and output power, enabling highly reliable network connections while optimizing battery life.
Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS) Software-Defines-Radio (SDR) products are traditionally used for military radar and communication applications. However, the latest SDR products offer SoC solutions with integrated I/O, ARM processors, and large FPGAs that include intellectual property (IP) for accessing, routing, and processing digital data. These attributes with superior signal integrity, phase-coherent sampling, and multi-channel transceivers a COTS SDR system is an ideal choice for 5G development platforms.
SV Microwave offers mmWave coaxial assemblies and connectors for 5G mobile comms development and production. These high frequency push-on and threaded RF connectors offer industry signal fidelity at 5G frequencies and unique packaging designs for high density requirements.
There are robust plans for rapid 5G deployment, especially in regions where wide bandwidth provided by new 5G bands are able to produce higher data rates for consumers. This download offers five points to reaching this goal and predicts what to expect from 5G technologies in the future.