Remcom's 5G MIMO simulation software offers a unique ray tracing capability for simulating MIMO antennas for 5G, WiFi, and other technologies relevant to today's rapidly advancing technologies.
This example describes a more developed 28 GHz antenna array capable of forming multiple beams for use in applications such as 5G network base stations. The system consists of three parts: a Rotman lens beamformer with seven input ports and eight output ports, a series of stripline Wilkinson power dividers to split each Rotman output into eight equal signals, and an 8x8 patch antenna array. The design process consists of three separate stages. This example will describe the creation of each stage of the device and evaluate the performance of the individual stages and the full device.
Powertrain electrification and automation are the key technology drivers that will ultimately lead to a new generation of all-electric, fully autonomous vehicles. At the same time, with the emergence of new business models, utilizing cloud and big data technologies, there will be a shift away from car ownership towards mobility services provided by new types of vehicle fleet operating companies. This white paper describes TE Connectivity’s vision for the next generation of mobility and its impact on vehicle architectures. It also shares how TE’s technology and portfolio address critical connectivity challenges the industry is experiencing.
There are several types of switches for radio frequency applications to choose from. Picking the right switch is a question of figuring out what speed, power levels, and lifetime you need.
Strict guidelines place more weight on reliability grade, size, and durability over other common parameters of importance for consumer electronics. This white paper explores regulation, testing procedures, and supplier considerations to assist in choosing the best components for each medical application.
Plus, Samsung's 5G Galaxy gets a price tag, Thailand welcomes Huawei, U.S. senators introduce legislation to aid and protect 5G development, and more, all in this edition of The Week in 5G.
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Keysight Technologies, Inc., a leading technology company that helps enterprises, service providers and governments accelerate innovation to connect and secure the world, announced the company’s 5G Conformance Toolset now supports the greatest number of validated Global Certification Forum (GCF) and PTCRB protocol, as well as radio frequency (RF) conformance test cases, for both 5G new radio (NR) non-standalone (NSA) and standalone (SA) mode, as reaffirmed at the recent GCF meeting.
Skyworks Solutions, Inc., an innovator of high performance analog semiconductors connecting people, places and things, recently unveiled its newest family of mini circulators for 5G infrastructure.
Baylin Technologies Inc. (TSX: BYL) (the "Company" or "Baylin"), today announced that it's wholly owned subsidiary, Alga Microwave Inc. ("Alga"), has released a specialized filter to prevent interference from 5G base stations that are in the proximity of C-Band ground terminals.
A new type of pocket-sized antenna, developed at the Department of Energy’s SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, could enable mobile communication in situations where conventional radios don’t work, such as under water, through the ground and over very long distances through air.
Akoustis Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: AKTS) (“Akoustis” or the “Company”), a design and manufacturer of patented bulk acoustic wave (BAW) high-band RF filters for mobile and other wireless applications, announced today new shipments for its 5.2 GHz WiFi XBAW filters to multiple customers.
Manufacturers of RF components, transmitters and modules are facing complex measurement tasks on wideband RF signals and tight time-to-market requirements. Especially with the advances of 5G NR technology, engineers need to analyze wireless communications signals in R&D and production with test solutions supporting 5G bandwidth and RF requirements. Rohde & Schwarz addresses these users with its new midrange signal and spectrum analyzers, the R&S FSV3000 and R&S FSVA3000.