Dielectric Laboratories (DLI) offers a series of single layer capacitors designed with Class II dielectric materials and X7R temperature stability characteristics for a variety of DC blocking or RF bypass applications. With operation capabilities over a broad frequency range, these high frequency, wire bondable capacitors are ideal for GaN, GaAs, filtering, tuning, and coupling applications where small size and microwave performance is vital for a circuit’s performance.
The Week in 5G: 5/26/2020 —Huawei’s “Breakthrough” Antenna; Shanghai’s 5G Phone Booths
Plus, Australia trials mmWave 5G mobile phone technology, the Thai government convenes a 5G rollout committee, South Korea's KT brings autonomous intelligent vehicles to its logistics center, and more, all in this edition of the Week in 5G.
The Week in 5G: 5/19/2020 — Cell Tower Attacks Come to US; Verizon Called Out for Misinformation in Ads
Plus, the US FCC attempts to shore up rural 5G rollouts, two of China's big three telecoms hitch their wagons to Ericsson, and more, all in this edition of the Week in 5G.
From The 1920s To The 2020s – Bandwidth Has Always Been King
Over time, the telephone replaced the telegraph, and now cellular and voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) technology are replacing the landline. As more communication is done wirelessly and over the Internet, we are becoming more interested in increased bandwidth. This is because bandwidth places a limit on how quickly we can send information through a channel such as an optical fiber or a section of the radio spectrum.
Facing 5G NR Test Challenges
With initial 5G trials and deployments now using the official 3GPP standard,design laboratories and conformance test facilities are facing the struggle to deliver user equipment, fixed-wireless access (FWA), and customer premise equipment (CPE) verified to meet this standard, and also to anticipate the next steps in 5G technology, the 3GPP standard, and corresponding test requirements.
Medical Imaging Quality Starts By Selecting The Right Components
Healthcare professionals and patients rely on magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) technology to examine soft tissues and organs in the body to detect a variety of issues, from degenerative diseases to tumors, in a non-invasive manner. To do this, the MRI machine uses a strong magnetic field and computer-generated radio waves to produce cross-sectional images. Thus, the quality of the MRI depends on the uniformity of the magnetic field and the radio components inside it.
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