Corry Micronics offers a series of high power RF amplifiers operating in frequencies ranging from 869 GHz to 2170 GHz, and with nominal output power of 32 W or 45 W. Signal types include GSM, LTE, and UMTS models. Control and monitoring features are available.
There are many types of RF matrix switches with configurations that distribute RF signals in very different fashions, including blocking type, non-blocking type, super non-blocking type, and common highway type switches. This application note describes the functionality of these types of switches, their advantages and disadvantage, and how to choose the best switch for each application.
Understanding the impact and nuances of I-V curves is a fundamental part of learning how to design GaN power amplifiers. Part 2 of the GaN design series introduces the basics of using nonlinear models to make the design process more accurate and efficient.
Full Duplex DOCSIS 3.0, FDX for short, is one approach CATV operators are using to increase the capacity of HFC networks to support next-generation data requirements. This article discusses this new technology, its biggest challenges, and how MSOs and RF suppliers are bringing it to life.
GaN power amplifier design requires some different approaches and thinking compared to LDMOS or GaAs. Learn how nonlinear simulation models, like those from Modelithics, can help speed up design processes by downloading Part 1 of a two-part introductory series.
In the earliest stages of 5G, fixed wireless access (FWA) systems will be used to deliver gigabit internet speeds to homes, apartments, and businesses in a fraction of the time and cost of traditional cable/fiber installations. Like other technological advancements, FWA has its own design challenges and considerations. This article presents five considerations to keep in mind when designing FWA systems.
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Nordic Semiconductor recently announces that UK-based Espruino has selected Nordic’s nRF52832 Bluetooth Low Energy (Bluetooth LE) System-on-Chip (SoC) to provide the Bluetooth LE wireless connectivity for its ‘Pixl.js’ smart LCD display.
Arralis, world leaders in building millimetre wave technologies and products - seen as the future of precision radar and satellite communications - today announced their new Ka band analogue phase shifters that enable true electronically steerable, low profile antenna to be offered to commercial and defence aircraft market.
Amdocs (NASDAQ:DOX), a leading provider of software and services to communications and media companies, today announced its comprehensive support for 5G rollouts supporting a wide range of acceptance and optimization tools to ensure communication service providers (CSPs) can select “best in breed” equipment partners for their 4.5G, 4.9G and 5G rollouts.
Inphi Corporation (NYSE:IPHI), a leader in high-speed data movement interconnects, today announced the expansion of its 16nm Porrima™ Single-Lambda Pulse Amplitude Modulation (PAM4) platform family, with the complete 100Gbps/56GBaud platform solution for 100G QSFP28 and SFP-DD DR/FR optical modules for wired network infrastructure including hyperscale cloud data center, service provider, wireless 5G and enterprise networks.
Traditionally, small chip antennas used in RF-enabled medical devices have required a designated ground “keep out” area to minimize interference from other components and ensure the ideal radiation pattern for wireless signals. In some cases, this reserved space can eat up as much as 15 x 20mm of the printed circuit board.
RFMW Ltd. announced a distribution agreement with Microsemi Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of Microchip Technology Inc. Under the agreement, RFMW is franchised to market and sell the Microsemi radio frequency (RF), microwave and millimeter wave product offerings in the Americas.