In-band full-duplex techniques applied to a phased-array antenna may provide a tenfold speedup in data transmit and receive rates while supporting a rapidly increasing number of wireless devices.
Physicists at Stockholm University and the Max Planck Institute for Physics have turned to plasmas in a proposal that could revolutionise the search for the elusive dark matter.
This article compares Gallium Nitride (GaN) with other semiconductor technologies and presents reasons for its superiority in miniaturized RF power amplifiers (PAs).
This article offers practical advice on designing applications for Wi-Fi 6 and unlocking the full potential of the new 802.11ax standard.
HUBER+SUHNER has launched a two-in-one solution, enabled by its patented rotary swaging technology. This white paper discusses the features and benefits of this technology to meet the highest demands in performance, reliability, and durability.
Strategy Analytics predicts an explosive growth of emerging 5G networks. They forecasted the number of new base station sectors deployed to double between 2018 and 2024. This rapid 5G growth will result in equipment for nearly 9.4 million new and upgraded wireless base stations deployed by 2024. Many of these 5G base stations will incorporate massive MIMO antennas. These new 5G network architectures incorporating massive MIMO antennas are pushing always-on connectivity to the outer edges of the cellular network. This article covers everything to know about the fundamentals of the RF front-end in the massive MIMO base station.
OCXO stands for Oven Controlled Crystal (Xtal) Oscillator. OCXOs are the top performing type of quartz crystal oscillators at the expense of power. Other types of quartz crystal oscillators include TCXO, VCXO, and just plain XOs.
Skyworks’ newest family of compact, high performance RF front-end modules (FEMs) is specifically designed for LPWAN – supporting LoRa®, SigFox and other unlicensed band technologies – as well as high-power Industrial, Scientific, Medical (ISM) applications operating in the 860-930 MHz frequency range. These new solutions deliver improved sensitivity and more than quadruple the operating range versus a standalone system-on-chip (SoC). They also occupy minimal board space and consume low power, making them ideal for IoT and industrial platforms including sensors, beacons, smartwatches, thermostats, wireless cameras, medical pendants and smoke and CO detectors.
5000 Watts CW, 320 To 400 MHz RF Power Amplifier. The Model KAW6042 is a Class AB wideband RF power amplifier system delivering in excess of 5000 Watts CW power into a 50-Ohm load at the frequency range of 370 MHz. Power gain is a minimum of 66 dB. GPIB control requires the optional IEEE488.2/RS232 Interface Controller Module
This video demonstrates Fischer Freedom™ Series’ ability to withstand extreme operating temperatures.
This video demonstrates Fischer Freedom™ Series’ ability to withstand long-standing exposure to salt fog.
This video demonstrates that the electrical functionality of the Fischer Freedom™ Series remains unchanged after being washed in a river, quickly dried, and mated back to a Fischer LP360™ plug with integrated LED.
This video demonstrates Fischer Freedom™ Series’ IP68 sealing performance where the connectors are immersed at two bars (equivalent to 20 m) for 24 hours.
This video demonstrates that the Fischer Freedom™ Series remains perfectly functional under water by immersing a cable assembly with a battery on one end and an LED-integrated plug on the other in water.
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PAR Technology Corporation today announced that its subsidiary, PAR Government Systems Corporation (PGSC), was awarded a $4.8M research and development contract from the U.S. Air Force called “Radio Frequency Innovative Technology” (RFIT).
The demand and excitement for the latest next generation mobile technology is growing as users now demand increased data throughput on their devices, enhanced signal reliability, and better coverage.
Carbonics, Inc., partnered with the University of Southern California to develop a carbon nanotube technology that, for the first time, achieved speeds exceeding 100GHz in radio frequency applications.
Fairview Microwave Inc., an Infinite Electronics brand and a leading provider of on-demand RF, microwave, and millimeter wave components, has introduced a new line of frequency divider modules that cover broadband frequencies from 0.1 GHz to 20 GHz.
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