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  1. The Week In 5G: Ericsson Wins Contract With Deutsche Telekom, Telstra Adds Spectrum, China Preps Middle-Frequency Band, 5G Spending Set To Nearly Double By 2025

    Fresh off a network deal with Verizon, Ericsson clinched another one this week, inking a five-year agreement with Deutsche Telekom to upgrade the German carrier's mobile network to become 5G-ready. Ericsson will provide multi-standard radio access network (RAN) using its Baseband 6630 product and radios, along with hardware and software support.

  2. Fairview Microwave Releases Waveguide to Coax Adapters Operating In 1.7 GHz To 110 GHz Range

    Fairview Microwave Inc., a supplier of on-demand microwave and RF components, has launched a new series of waveguide to coax adapters that cover a frequency range of 1.7 GHz to 110 GHz in 22 waveguide bands.

  3. Internet Of Things Inc. Launches New Subsidiary, Blockchain Of Things Inc.

    Internet of Things Inc. (TSX VENTURE:ITT) (OTC: INOTF) (FRANKFURT:71T) (“ITT Inc.” or “the Company”) a software and solutions provider to the Internet of Things (the “IoT”) market, announces the formation of a new subsidiary, Blockchain of Things Inc. (“Blockchain of Things”)

  4. Scrap The Stethoscope – Engineers Create New Way To Measure Vital Signs With Radio Waves

    No visit to the doctor’s office is complete without a blood-pressure cuff squeezing your arm and a cold stethoscope placed on your chest. But what if your vital signs could be gathered, without contact, as you sit in the waiting room or the comfort of your own home?

  5. DARPA’s Software Defined Radio (SDR) Hackfest Creates Solutions For Spectrum Challenges

    The DARPA Bay Area Software Defined Radio (SDR) Hackfest came to a close on Friday, November 17 at the NASA Ames Conference Center in Moffett Field, CA. During the weeklong event, over 150 members of the SDR community came together to discuss, innovate, and ideate around the future of software radio technology and its potential to address challenging communications issues that are emerging due to the increasingly congested electromagnetic (EM) spectrum and the proliferation of wireless-enabled devices.

  6. IDT's Latest Timing Products Deliver Industry-Leading Phase Noise For 100G And 400G Applications

    Integrated Device Technology, Inc. (IDT) (NASDAQ: IDTI) announced today a family of jitter attenuators and clock synthesizers that deliver industry-leading phase noise performance for 40G/100G/400G Ethernet timing applications.

  7. Vector Signal Generator From Rohde & Schwarz Achieves Extremely High Pulse Rates In PDW Streaming Applications

    Rohde & Schwarz introduces a new realtime control interface software option for simulated radar scenarios based on pulse descriptor word (PDW) streaming. The radar scenario simulator streams the PDWs to the R&S SMW200A vector signal generator directly via LAN. Equipped with the new software option, the vector signal generator processes these signals to simulate highly agile and dense radar signal environments. The R&S SMW200 acts as an agile signal source that generates the highest pulse rates with superior RF performance.

  8. MWA Radio Telescope Expansion Complete—Exploration Of The Universe’s First Stars Begins

    When and how were the first stars in the universe born? The Murchison Widefield Array (MWA) radio telescope, one of the largest of its kind, in the desert of Western Australia was constructed to help clarify this and many other mysteries.

  9. Tackling The Missing Miner Problem With Wireless Sensor Networks

    A matchbox-sized circuit board with a short aerial could save lives by transmitting the vital statistics and location of miners missing underground.

  10. Leading Global Security & Aerospace Company To Deploy Quintech Electronics, Inc. XTREME 80 Fan-Out And Fan-In 32x32 RF Matrix Switches For Its Communications Test Labs

    Quintech Electronics & Communications, Inc., (, a world leader in the design and manufacture of RF matrix switches, announced that its XTREME 80 fan-out and fan-in matrix switches have been selected by a Leading Global Security & Aerospace company and U.S. government supplier for use in its telecommunications test labs.