Using reflected radio frequency (RF) waves instead of typical on-body sensors, a radio device can analyze heartbeats and breathing patterns to detect human emotion quite accurately.
Researchers at University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB), have successfully devised a way to fabricate tunable, high-frequency integrated circuits and RF devices that adapt to changing environments using a novel material called barium strontium titanate (BST).
For many years, TWTA technology has been the only option for pulsed field generation within high field-strength EMC radiated susceptibility testing. AR now offers high-power solid state pulsed amplifiers as a very attractive alternative to this technology. These SP-series amplifiers include various frequency ranges and output power levels capable of meeting several standards. This application note discusses key features and benefits of this new line of solid state pulsed amplifiers, and how they are optimized for use in applications such as EMC radiated susceptibility testing.
AT&T Laboratories has applied with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for an experimental license to test 5G radios with integrated adaptive, non-line-of-sight (NLOS) antennas transmitting in the 3.5 GHz range.
University of Wisconsin–Madison electrical engineers have devised a new antenna design that allows transmission of radiofrequency signals in multiple directions by a stationary antenna with no rotating parts.
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Silicon Labs has released a major update of its award-winning Simplicity Studio software development tools. The new Simplicity Studio release represents a significant redesign of the software infrastructure, making the tools faster to download and easier to install and use. A more intuitive user interface improves the overall developer experience.
All around us, hiding just outside our range of vision, are miniscule machines. Tiny accelerometers in our cars sense a collision and tell the airbags to inflate. By Barbara Moran
Keysight Technologies, Inc. recently announced the volume launch of their solution for testing 802.11ad devices. The flexible and compact E7760A wideband transceiver is an integrated test solution that supports the IEEE 802.11ad wireless standard.
Ampleon recently announced a new family of integrated Doherty power amplifier devices aimed at LTE Advanced Pro / 4.5G massive-MIMO base station applications.
Ultra low power (ULP) RF specialist Nordic Semiconductor ASA recently announces that Cochrane, Alberta-based Dynastream Innovations has selected Nordic’s next generation nRF52832 multiprotocol System-on-Chip (SoC) for its D52Q ANT module.
Acorn Technologies, Inc., a semiconductor and wireless technology innovator focused on the Internet of Things (IoT), today announced it has developed and demonstrated new LTE positioning technology for the location of things. The LTE location-based technology meets the new Enhanced 911 (E911) mandate performance requirements and performs exceptionally well in very low bandwidth conditions.