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.
The future generations of smartphones aim to design and build next-generation handsets that deliver a compelling user experience. These next-generation devices must be able to have both an attractive form factor and the ability to deliver high performance connectivity.
Measuring RF power in a field environment can be accomplished accurately and inexpensively. It also involves a great deal of care and proper training to ensure equipment is accurately measured. Either way, accurate field power measurements will ensure transmitting equipment is operating properly.
This application note describes the process of a simple antenna for LTE band operation added to the PC board of a smartphone in XFdtd being tuned for operation in multiple frequency bands. The component values in the matching network are chosen so that system efficiency is maximized.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) plans to relax existing rules governing the deployment of small cells needed to run upcoming 5G networks across the United States.
Why are names like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and LTE more well-known than 5G or Zigbee when they all play a huge role in our daily lives? Both 5G and Wi-Fi have very particular characteristics that will be beneficial for connecting devices to the internet. This white paper offers a different perspective on the “battle” between these two types of technology, and how to leverage each to exploit the most advantages.
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u‑blox, a global provider of leading positioning and wireless communication technologies, has announced the new NINA‑B2 dual‑mode Bluetooth 4.2 stand‑alone module, enabling industrial IoT applications thanks to its built‑in secure boot and wide temperature ranges.
Telit, a global enabler of the Internet of Things (IoT), recently announced a strategic partnership with Otodata, Canada’s largest IoT network operator, with more than 300,000 clients. The partnership lays the foundation for Otodata’s U.S. expansion by utilizing existing MNO’s infrastructure.
Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) continue to pioneer new antenna measurement methods, this time for future 5G wireless communications systems.
Orange County startup Integra Devices introduces an innovative manufacturing paradigm (AMALGA™) that enables the ability to fabricate hollow, metal waveguide and coaxial structures inside and on top of electronic substrates
Antenova Ltd, manufacturer of antennas and RF antenna modules, is now shipping its two newest antennas: Integra and Inversa. These new chip antennas are designed specifically to perform in 3G and 4G diversity applications with very small PCBs.
Airgain, Inc., a leading provider of advanced antenna technologies used to enable high performance wireless networking, announced recently the release of its ULTRAMAX MIMO 9-in-1 antenna.