Newsletter | February 11, 2021

02.11.21 -- How Important Is Millimeter-Wave To 5G?

 
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How Important Is Millimeter-Wave To 5G?

For 5G to deliver high expectations, it must operate across wide contiguous frequency spectrum — only available at millimeter-wave 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.

Power Combiner, Directional Coupler, Crossguide Coupler And Waveguide To Coax Adapter

As semiconductor advancement and applications of such increased, technology like GaN enables the expansion of 5G, IoT, and other commercial, aerospace, and military systems. Due to this, the specification for higher power handling capacity is required for even high frequency devices.

The Basics Of Military EMC Testing

Military EMC testing requirements are defined by industry leaders, procurement specialists, and project leaders. The requirements have been clearly defined so that experienced EMC test engineers and test laboratories know exactly what is needed for compliance testing of systems and components, or a combination of the two. It is important to have a basic understanding of the requirements that have been put in place for military testing standards.

Building 5G Small Cells Without Compromising Performance

Before small cell technology took its place as a central component to realizing the promise of 5G networks, it played an important role in helping to improve the coverage and capacity of 4G. In this pursuit, small cells have proven valuable for extending signal penetration and increasing wireless density and these small, lightweight devices will continue to be a key technology for the data-intensive transition to 5G. 

Enhancing Channel-To-Channel Alignment For Accurate Phase-Coherent Multichannel Acquisition

This application note shows how to measure the channel-to-channel skew and compensate it across the entire signal path between the signal source and the oscilloscope channel input when using the high-speed differential pulse source available for the R&S RTO and R&S RTP oscilloscopes.

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

With the expansion of 5G NR for mobile connectivity, industrial and manufacturing applications such as robotics, IoT, and smart factories with automation come into play. 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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A Comprehensive Guide To mmWave Solutions
 

This download offers a curated selection of articles discussing mmWave solutions. Topics covered include featured GaN and GaAs products, tech briefs on high-performance GaN and GaAs design, as well as tech requirements for defense and aerospace applications.

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Hybrid Band Pass Band Reject Diplexers

Corry Micronics offers a series of hybrid band pass band reject diplexers operating at input frequencies from 2 – 8 GHz and 1 Watt power.

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Corry Micronics, Inc.
0.2 - 8 GHz Solid State Programmable Attenuator: 50P-2111

JFW’s 50P-2111 is a 50 Ohm solid-state programmable attenuator with attenuation range 0 to 95 dB by 1dB steps.  The unit operates bi-directionally over the frequency range 200 MHz to 8 GHz.  The unit is labeled “input” and “output” because the RF power rating is different for each port.  The input port is rated for +24 dBm.  The output port is rated for +15 dBm.  It is available with SMA female RF connectors.

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JFW Industries, Inc.
1 To 18 GHz Microwave Power Amplifiers

AR offers world class solid state power amplifiers designed for various EW, EMC and communication’s applications. You can have chip & wire hybrid modules from 0.7 - 6GHz to 100 watts or benchtops designs up to 500 watts CW. Benchtop units from 6-18 GHz are also available in 20 and 40 watts CW Class A models. For added versatility, AR can also supply dual band single housed units covering the full 1-18 GHz band with a high power of 60 watts up to 6 GHz and 40 watts from 6 – 18 GHz.

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AR
LTE Universal Multi-Band Front-End Module For IoT: SKY68031-11

The SKY68031-11 is a hybrid, multi-band multi-chip RF front-end (RFFE) module supporting LTE-M/NB-IoT transceiver platforms. The module integrates the entire RF front end necessary for an LTE multi-band radio operating in low-band (5, 8, 12, 13, 14, 17, 18, 19, 20, 26, 28, 85) and mid-band (1, 2, 3, 4, 25, 39, 66, 70) frequencies, including broadband PA with bias controller, TX lowpass harmonic filter, antenna switch, and MIPI RFFE controller.

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Skyworks Solutions, Inc.