Feature Articles

  1. Stanford Researchers Develop Dynamic Wireless Charging Tech For Mobile Objects And Vehicles
    6/19/2017

    Such an advance could solve the current problem of "range anxiety," wherein electric cars are feared to run out of juice before reaching their destination or a charging station.

  2. Top 10 Small Cell Infrastructure Questions
    6/8/2017

    While small cells offer a host of benefits, they also create new challenges for designers; namely, heat issues. Power-efficient power amplifiers offer a compelling solution to this dilemma. This Q&A sheds light on some of the key trends and challenges in today’s small cell market and uncovers the power-efficient PA’s role in overcoming these challenges.

  3. Small Cell Networks And The Evolution Of 5G: Part 1
    5/25/2017

    This article is the first part in a two-part series on the topic of small cell base stations. Part 1 covers the basics of small cells and how they fit into the evolution of 4G and 5G.

  4. Ireland Awards 5G Licenses To Five Mobile Operators As Demand Rises
    5/23/2017

    Ireland's Commission for Communications Regulation (ComReg) has awarded 15-year licenses for the 3.6 Ghz spectrum to five mobile operators who paid €78 million ($87.8 million) between them for the right to offer 5G services.

  5. Qualcomm Wireless Technology Charges Electric Vehicles In Motion
    5/19/2017

    Qualcomm has demonstrated a dynamic electric vehicle charging (DEVC) wireless technology using embedded road pads that charge electric vehicles up to 20 kilowatts while moving at highway speeds, eliminating the need for electric cars to stop at a charging station.

  6. 5G In Perspective: A Pragmatic Guide To What’s Next
    5/5/2017

    The world’s communications and other connected technologies are evolving rapidly toward 5G in the hope of bringing about new and exciting solutions for deep learning, artificial intelligence, and “ambient awareness.” 

  7. Bristol Researchers Create New RF Design Tool For 5G Devices
    4/28/2017

    Researchers at the University of Bristol have developed a novel radio frequency (RF) design tool that will help engineers design and build tuneable wireless devices capable of operating over multiple frequencies in 5G networks anywhere in the world.

  8. Understanding The PSP Series Of USB Pulse Power Sensors
    4/26/2017

    AR RF/Microwave Instrumentation introduces its new PSP series of wideband USB pulse power sensors. Ideal for EMC testing, testing, troubleshooting, amplifier design, and research, these sensors are instruments of choice for fast, accurate, and highly reliable RF and microwave power measurements.

  9. NYU Wireless First To Get 5G Experimental License From FCC Web Portal
    4/18/2017

    NYU Wireless, the academic research center for next-generation, mass-deployable wireless devices at the New York University (NYU) Tandon School of Engineering, is the first to receive an experimental program license from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) using the agency's new web portal beta-tested by NYU Wireless itself.

  10. Kymeta Raises $73.5 Million Ahead Of mTenna Satellite Antennas Commercial Trial
    4/11/2017

    Kymeta Corporation, a metamaterials-based antenna technology startup based in Redmond, Wash., has raised $73.5 million in financing to develop and commercialize its software-steered antennas for the global mobile communications market.