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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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While talk of 6G has already started, 5G has moved into applied research. Students at WPI work with Professor Alex Wyglinski to connect IoT devices and vehicles to 5G networks.
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IEEE has issued a call for papers for its 3rd IEEE Workshop on 5G Technologies for First Responder and Tactical Networks.
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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.