Corry Micronics offers d-sub miniature connectors in "C" and "Pi" configurations. Filtered d-sub miniature connector adapters are also available in several different values. Chip capacitor or tubular filter versions are also available.
Is Wi-Fi More Dangerous Than We Think?
A little known fact about the electronic devices we use is that the radio frequency electromagnetic fields they generate are classified as Class 2B Carcinogens by the World Health Organization. New analysis by researchers contends that children are particularly susceptible to this type of radiation.
Google Lobbies For 3.5 GHz Band To Provide Cheaper Wireless
With the intent of making alternative wireless services available, Google is lobbying the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to open up the mostly vacant 3.5 GHz spectrum. Vast amounts of low-cost bandwidth could be available at a price that would undercut services from larger carriers. As prices for access to traditional wireless spectrums continue to soar, this alternative could be a boon for consumers.
The Advantages Of Millimeter Wave Transmission Systems Over Fiber Optics
Traditionally, wireless communication has been limited in its capacity to transport gigabit quantities of data due to bandwidth limitations set by the FCC, making fiber-optics a relevant alternative for communication systems. That all changed, however, with the opening of the 71 to 76 and the 81 the 86 GHz bands — referred to as the “E-Band” range of millimeter wave (MMW) frequencies. This article discusses the advantages that MMW communication systems have over their fiber-optic counterparts.
FCC Delays Airwaves Auction For Wireless Carriers To 2016
Some of the most attractive frequencies traditionally used for television have been slated by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for auction to wireless companies. The complexity of the initiative has led to delays in the sale of what some call the “beach front property” of the radio frequency spectrum.
Whitepaper: Near Field Communication (NFC) Technology And Measurements
Near Field Communication (NFC) is a new short-range, standards-based wireless connectivity technology, that uses magnetic field induction to enable communication between electronic devices in close proximity. By Rohde & Schwarz
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Ethertronics Raises The Bar With Newest EtherDAS M MIMO Solution Designed To Meet Global Wireless Operators’ Requirements
Ethertronics, a leading technology company enabling innovative antenna and RF system solutions to deliver the best connected experience, recently unveiled EtherDAS M.
New 17 To 27 GHz Ultra Low Noise MMIC Amplifier
Custom MMIC, a developer of performance-driven monolithic microwave integrated circuits (MMICs), is pleased to announce the release of the CMD163, a 17 to 27 GHz low noise amplifier (LNA) in die form, to their growing line of standard GaAs amplifier products.
Anritsu Company Satisfies Major U.S. Operators’ Requirements With Emergency Alert And Public Warning Test Solution
Anritsu Company announces that its MD8475A signaling tester with SmartStudio Manager Windows-based control software now provides multi-operator support for Commercial Mobile Alert System (CMAS) Carrier Acceptance Test (CAT) packages.
The Race For 5G: NYU WIRELESS Researchers File Comments With FCC To Shape The Future Of Wireless
The latest shot in a 21st century moon race of sorts was fired this week, as researchers from NYU WIRELESS answered a call for input by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to help shape 5G, the ultra-fast future of wireless communications.
The Global MEMS Accelerometer Market Will Experience High Demand From Mobile Devices In The Coming Years: TechNavio
The Global MEMS Accelerometer Market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 6.6 percent from 2014-2019, says research firm TechNavio.
Tarts Sensors Launches With Wireless Sensors Platform For Arduino, Raspberry Pi And BeagleBone Black
Tarts Sensors (http://www.tartssensors.com) recently announced the launch of their company. Tarts Sensors allow both developers and hobbyists the ability to develop wireless sensor networks with customizable features and behaviors.