Qorvo® Enables Mobile Connectivity
Mobile devices drive our connected world. Qorvo's RF solutions allow your next-generation mobile devices to deliver the experience that consumers expect.
As the promise of a wirelessly connected world becomes a reality, there is a growing need for LTE technologies that address low cost, long battery life, security, and reduced complexity — all critical components for IoT.
With the rise in handset RF complexity, envelope tracking (ET) has become the optimal choice for RF power amplification in mobile handsets. This application note discusses Qorvo’s 100 MHz envelope tracking integrated circuit (ETIC) for 5G applications.
Can you imagine the world without Electronic devices? Today’s electronic gadgets, machines and appliances have become an integral part of our lives. This is most apparent with recent developments in technology like drones, mobile internet, medical devices, Internet of Things (IoT) and autonomous vehicles. Historically, amplifier selection for Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) testing was based mainly on tribal knowledge and information scattered across the EMC industry. However, proper EMC amplifier selection is an important step in achieving required RF levels. This application note provides the EMC test engineer or technician with the information necessary to make the proper decision.
It can be confusing to try to pick standards while waiting for 5G or NB-IoT deployments. This article answers the question of which standards are best to use and looks ahead at the future of wireless technologies to help gain a better perspective as to where things are headed.
In traditional arrays an inter element spacing of less than half the wavelength (<λ><λ/2) is required to mitigate grating lobes. To understand the shift in system design this brings about, this paper looks at the physical scale of different wavelengths compared to some familiar references.
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Sequans Communications S.A. announced the certification and commercial availability of Sequans’ SP150Q LTE Cat 1 module, designed to operate on Sprint’s Curiosity IoT dedicated core network and operating system – engineered to generate immediate business intelligence from connected devices. Positioning Universal (PUI) is the first customer to adopt the module and has recently launched the FJ1000 automotive tracker.
Silvus Technologies announced today that it has released a new variant of its StreamCaster Enhanced radios covering 1350-1390MHz (L) and 2200-2500MHz (S) bands.
Nordic Semiconductor recently announces that Keigan Inc., a Kyoto, Japan-based robotics and motor systems manufacturer, is employing Nordic’s nRF52832 Bluetooth Low Energy (Bluetooth LE) System-on-Chip (SoC) to provide the wireless connectivity for its KeiganMotor.
DuPont Transportation & Advanced Polymers (T&AP), a business unit of DowDuPont Specialty Products Division, is showcasing its integrated solutions for future 5G service at Chinaplas 2019.
Sonitus Technologies, maker of the novel “Molar Mic” two-way personal communications system that fits a miniaturized headset into a device that clips to a user’s back teeth, recently extended its offerings with the announcement of a new Bluetooth-compatible solution for high-noise commercial markets.
Wilson Electronics, the industry leader in cellular amplifier technology, recently announced the availability of the WilsonPro Pro 1100, which provides the highest uplink and downlink power of any cell signal amplifier at its price point.