130 Watts CW 18 To 26.5 GHz Broadband TWT Amplifier. The Model 130T18G26z5 is a self contained, forced air cooled, broadband traveling wave tube (TWT) microwave amplifier designed for applications where wide instantaneous bandwidth, high gain and moderate power output are required. A reliable TWT provides a conservative 130 watts minimum at the amplifier output connector
In the earliest stages of 5G, fixed wireless access (FWA) systems will be used to deliver gigabit internet speeds to homes, apartments, and businesses in a fraction of the time and cost of traditional cable/fiber installations. Like other technological advancements, FWA has its own design challenges and considerations. This article presents five considerations to keep in mind when designing FWA systems.
This article explores how industrial IoT can produce real value for electric motors and factories.
Both resistive type and reactive type power divider/combiners can be used to fan-in or fan-out RF signals. However, both types distribute RF signals in a different fashion. This white paper offers guidelines and considerations for determining a divider/combiner for each application.
Understanding the polling features in the Zigbee standard can help to optimize the power consumption of IoT products. Take a closer look at Zigbee’s polling mechanism and an example using a fire alarm sensor application.
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.
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KT Corp. (KRX: 030200; NYSE: KT), South Korea's largest telecommunications company, is spearheading the global effort to commercialize the next generation of wireless connectivity, paving the way for its planned launch of the first nationwide 5G mobile network in March next year.
Telit, a global enabler of the Internet of Things (IoT), announces Verizon has certified the following LTE products.
Rohde & Schwarz introduces two new compact midrange signal generators that offer versatility and performance in a very small footprint. The R&S SMB100B analog RF signal generator and the R&S SMBV100B vector signal generator set new standards in their class, offering outstanding spectral purity, unprecedented output power and easy, intuitive touchscreen operation.
MSA Security®, a leader in high consequence threat protection for private enterprise and government clients for over 30 years, announces that following a year of quality assurance and field testing, the company's latest release of its SmartTech® technology includes robust wireless and cellular connectivity options.
LTE chipmaker Sequans Communications S.A. announced an upgrade to its Cassiopeia LTE-Advanced platform, extending the lower end of its frequency coverage down to 170 MHz from the previous low of 700 MHz.
According to a recently published report from Dell'Oro Group, the trusted source for market information about the telecommunications, networks, and data center IT industries, 802.11ax product delay is expected to slow the Enterprise Class-WLAN market growth in 2018. The migration from 802.11ac Wave 1 to Wave 2 regains momentum.