Newsletter | July 2, 2020

07.02.20 -- From The 1920s To The 2020s, Bandwidth Has Always Been King

 
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Stuck In The Middle: How To Choose Your Next Band Pass Filter

For an RF application, it is important to consider the advantages, disadvantages, and trade-offs of each piece of technology used. This white paper delves into the many considerations for choosing the best band pass filter for your next application and offers guidance for what to look for in each decision.

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.

How Important Is Millimeter-Wave To 5G?

For 5G to deliver high expectations, it must operate across wide contiguous frequency spectrum - only available at mmW frequencies. The frequency bands in the spectrum above 24 GHz can support large bandwidths and high data rates, ideal for increasing the capacity of wireless networks. Anokiwave offers the industry's most complete portfolio of Silicon ICs for mmW 5G and is the trusted choice of Tier-1 and -2 OEMs worldwide.

The Rebirth Of HF

HF, or “high frequency” technology, usually refers to signals with frequencies in the 3 MHz to 30 MHz range, all though, many practical cases extend these frequencies as low as 1.5 MHz. One of the best-known applications of HF is worldwide or global communications. Government, military, and commercial broadcasters can reach listeners worldwide using HF frequencies. This paper explores the unique properties of HF that enable global communications.

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5G For Manufacturing And Industry 4.0 - Propagation In A Warehouse Environment
 

This video demonstrates how Wireless InSite predicts the coverage and interference and accounts for the multipath in complex environments such as heavy-industrial factories, warehouses, server farms and more.

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Solutions For 5G And mmWave Applications Brochure
 

KRYTAR offers a range of products covering DC to 67.0 GHz frequencies. KRYTARs broadband design expertise delivers unique new designs to consistently introduce technologically advanced products with superior electrical performance and ruggedness. 

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