The MAYA-W2 series from u-blox provide wireless connectivity with Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth LE, and 802.15.4 radios.
NYU brought its wireless symposium back to life, now called Brooklyn 6G. This 2½ hour virtual symposium focused on sustainability as the most important topic in next-generation networks.
The Pharoah antenna from Antenova covers popular LTE frequencies while producing signals in a small ground plane.
The M9484C VXG signal generator from Keysight supports up to four independent channels for testing 5G and satellite receivers.
ZNrun software from Rohde & Schwarz automates Ethernet cable testing in combination with a VNA and switch.
The M8050A BERT from Keysight technologies let’s you test electrical interfaces for digital data streams for emerging data rates of 800 Gb/sec and 1.6 Tb/sec.
In a video interview, 5G Technology World speaks with Fanny Mlinarsky, senor VP of Wi-Fi products at Spirent Communications on how 5G and Wi-Fi already use similar radio technologies.
Up/down converters and beamformers from Analog devices cover frequencies from 24 GHz to 43.5 GHz. mmWave, the part of 5G that brings those happy faces on wireless carrier commercials, adds up/down conversion to the 5G RF signal chain. Beamforming, needed to direct signals to users, plays an important role. After all, who doesn’t need to…
Time equals power when transmitting data to and from NB-IoT and LTE-M devices. How you use communication protocols can affect power use.
The Elite X Super-TCXO from SiTime provides stable timing from 1 MHz to 60 MHz for edge computing, vehicles, and cellular base stations.