Corry Micronics’ line of high power RF amplifiers feature up to 40% efficiency, an extended temperature range of -20oC to 55oC for MIL-STD applications, and status monitoring signals that provide diagnostic information.
Qualcomm has demonstrated a dynamic electric vehicle charging (DEVC) wireless technology using embedded road pads that charge electric vehicles up to 20 kilowatts while moving at highway speeds, eliminating the need for electric cars to stop at a charging station.
The world’s communications and other connected technologies are evolving rapidly toward 5G in the hope of bringing about new and exciting solutions for deep learning, artificial intelligence, and “ambient awareness.”
Researchers at the University of Bristol have developed a novel radio frequency (RF) design tool that will help engineers design and build tuneable wireless devices capable of operating over multiple frequencies in 5G networks anywhere in the world.
AR RF/Microwave Instrumentation introduces its new PSP series of wideband USB pulse power sensors. Ideal for EMC testing, testing, troubleshooting, amplifier design, and research, these sensors are instruments of choice for fast, accurate, and highly reliable RF and microwave power measurements.
NYU Wireless, the academic research center for next-generation, mass-deployable wireless devices at the New York University (NYU) Tandon School of Engineering, is the first to receive an experimental program license from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) using the agency's new web portal beta-tested by NYU Wireless itself.
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AVX Corporation, a leading manufacturer and supplier of passive components and interconnect solutions, has released a new IoT design kit. Comprised of a broad sampling of passive components ideally suited for use in the three primary IoT device networks — input voltage filtering and decoupling networks, timing device networks, and output impedance RF matching networks — the new Passive Components for the Internet of Things Design Kit (Part Number: KIT-IOT) allows engineers to quickly identify effective solutions for IoT devices with widely varying requirements for power, data-processing speed, form factor, and price, among other specifications.
Rohde & Schwarz is the first oscilloscope manufacturer to offer an integrated arbitrary waveform and pattern generator in the lab class. With the generator, all R&S RTO2000 and R&S RTE oscilloscopes can deliver test signals on two analog and eight digital channels, making it possible to test complex circuits in a minimum of space using a single instrument. Even fully automated compliance tests can be performed.
AceAxis, a leading developer of wireless technology, has announced the launch of a millimetre-wave test system, initially targeted at 28GHz, for characterising the RF performance of prototype high-frequency components and systems for 5G.
WLRS-590 is the first sub-1GHz SparkLAN wireless module, which is designed & manufactured in a smallest form factor -SiP (System in Package) that is a general purpose SiP for sensor integration.
NI, the provider of platform-based systems that enable engineers and scientists to solve the world’s greatest engineering challenges, announced recently updates to the Wireless Test System (WTS), NI’s solution for multisite automated testing of wireless devices.
MACOM Technology Solutions Inc. (“MACOM”), will showcase its industry leading GaN on Silicon portfolio and other high-performance MMIC and Diode products at IEEE’s International Microwave Symposium (IMS) 2017 in Honolulu, Hawaii, June 6 - 8