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EnSilica’s eSi-MediSense lets you add medical sensing and wireless connectivity to a handheld or wearable device, plus machine learning capabilities.
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5G is now and what’s next? The initial network deployments do not use all the capabilities currently defined for 5G. While the optimization of networks and early 5G devices is an ongoing process, researchers have initiated discussions on the future, what comes beyond 5G and leads to the next generation of wireless communication. Rohde &…
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The SKY59272-707LF from Skyworks uses a MIPI interface to select any of four SPDT switches.
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The Dimensity 1000C supports 5G phones, handling many functions while the T750 adds 5G and other connectivity to routers and hotspots.
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The MAMX-011043 image-reject passive-diode mixer from MACOM covers 5G mmWave frequencies.