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The Race To 6G — Faster Networks And Devices Promise A World Of New Possibilities
By ANSYS
Telecommunications offers a striking example of the rapidity of the electronics revolution. The move from 1G to 4G took a full decade. The pace of new technologies is accelerating, meaning that the time to 5G and 6G will be much shorter — it may be a little as three years until 6G is a reality.

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Graphene-Based Terahertz Devices: The Wave Of The Future
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Getting In Tune: Researchers Solve Tuning Problem For Wireless Power Transfer Systems
3D Imaging In The Operating Room Is Set To Revolutionize Radio-Guided Surgeries
Envelope Tracking, MMPAs, CMOS PAs, Antenna Tuning, And MIMO To Transform Handset RF Design
Imec Demonstrates Low-Power 7Gbps 60GHz Transceiver For Wireless Consumer Market
Wireless Products And Services Help Drive Socioeconomic Change
New Amplifier And Mixer Solutions For Backhaul Radios To 46.5 GHz
Mindspeed Extends Lead In TD-SCDMA Small Cells With New Reference Design
Linx Technologies Begins Shipping Radiotronix Product Lines
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Handover Test Systems Product Overview
JFW's Handover Test Systems are specifically designed for proving wireless device performance at the network level. These systems are based on our multi-path attenuator networks and each system comes complete with "handover" functionality written directly into the firmware.

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This GaAs MMIC IQ Downconverter operates in the 9-GHz to 14-GHz frequency range and is ideal for point-to-point and VSAT applications.
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