This white paper discusses millimeter-wave 5G communications. The paper also offers a guide for available RF filtering options at these frequencies, review millimeter-wave frequencies and their applications, and cover what filtering technologies will be available for use at millimeter-wave frequencies.
The Sky5 Ultra is a fully integrated, baseband agnostic solution combining the critical front-end functionality required for high-performance 5G mobile devices with global coverage in a compact form factor. This solution features best-in-class transmit and receive capabilities with unprecedented efficiency and output power, enabling highly reliable network connections while optimizing battery life.
As cellular technology advances and modulation complexity increases, the requirements on RF components have become more and more stringent. RF Power and linearity demands have continued to rise opposing the strong desire for decreased current consumption, which directly affects both battery life and thermal performance. 5G is no exception. 5G’s specifications impose a difficulty multiplier, creating unprecedented RF challenges for our industry.
This application note provides various amplifier and antenna configurations that will satisfy 200 V/M radiated susceptibility requirements from 10 kHz to 40 GHz, such as DO-160G (100 MHz – 18 GHz) and MIL-STD-461 (10 kHz – 40 GHz). Also, presented in this application note are typical radiated immunity test configurations showing the implementation of amplifiers and antennas.
Corry Micronics offers custom machined RF and microwave housings with the fastest turn-around times in the industry. Housings will be machined to specifications within tolerances of ±001”. Housing materials include aluminum, stainless steel, brass, copper, and engineered plastics for lightweight alternatives. Optional coatings include electroless nickel, gold, silver, and white bronze.
XFdtd Electromagnetic Simulation Software simulates electrostatic discharge (ESD) testing, enabling engineers to identify potential locations of dielectric breakdown and components at risk of damage in their device designs. This webinar introduces XF’s collection of ESD simulation features and demonstrates how to minimize the chance of undetected damage prior to hardware testing.
This webinar will give an overview of WinProp's capabilities for the radio planning with real use cases showing the performance of WinProp in topographical, built-up, industrial, and indoor scenarios including live demonstrations at the end.