Plus, Singapore leverages 5G to operate unmanned aerial vehicles, ZTE reportedly plans a US phone launch in 2021, the U.S. struggles with decisions regarding Chinese telecoms, and more, all in this edition of the Week in 5G.
Plus, Twitter tamps down (some) 5G conspiracy theories, Denmark seeks 5G tech from existing allies, the U.S. Department of Defense adds 5G trials at seven more military bases, and more, all in this edition of the Week in 5G.
Trimmer capacitors are variable components used to calibrate RF circuits during manufacturing or servicing. These components allow for variable tuning -- think oscillator frequency values or rise and fall times. Should values drift over the life of the device, trimmer capacitors can be recalibrated.
As 5G innovation forges on, radio systems continue to emerge. Each system has a range of requirements, including specific RF filter performance needs, and it’s up to the 5G FR2 Ecosystem of suppliers to meet that demand. In response, Knowles Precision Devices (KPD) supports a wide variety of 5G radio applications.
Ultra-Wideband (UWB) is a wireless technology that enables unprecedented accuracy in real-time measurement of location and distance: it can accurately determine a device's location within centimeters, both indoors and outdoors.
The ever-increasing demand for higher data rates and reduced buffering times has driven the continuous evolution of cellular communication and transmission. 5G promises to take performance to levels never seen before, with mounting pressure to deploy 5G handsets faster than any previous cellular standard.
Plus, Australia trials mmWave 5G mobile phone technology, the Thai government convenes a 5G rollout committee, South Korea's KT brings autonomous intelligent vehicles to its logistics center, and more, all in this edition of the Week in 5G.
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.