Using refraction instead of reflection or phased arrays, MatSing has created antennas that produce multiple beams. If you’ve recently attended a game at AT&T Stadium in Dallas, Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Amalie Arena in Tampa, or even attended a presidential inaugural and used your phone, then you’ve probably used an antenna by MatSing. The…
In a video interview with Nextivity CEO Michiel Lotter, EE World looks at the technology behind cellular repeaters that distribute signals over Ethernet cables before rebroadcasting.
Part 1 explains who originated massive MIMO and how it works IEEE Fellow Thomas Marzetta is well known for originating the 5G massive MIMO (multiple-input multiple-output) technology in 2006, which telecom experts consider to be one of the cornerstones of 5G wireless communications. This technology uses many small, individually controlled, low-power antennas to directly beam…
Rohde & Schwarz has updated software for its vector-signal generator and spectrum analyzer to perform measurements for signals specified in 3GPP Release 17.
Wireless infrastructure company Ubiquia puts mmWave repeaters on top of streetlights, which can bring high-speed connectivity to urban areas and town centers.
In a video interview, Harrison Osbourn explains that he handle the CEO-level functions while Tom Lane takes over as president.
>Samtec introduced a flexible waveguide, to be released later in 2022.
5G was all over the Rohde & Schwarz booth at IMS 2022, with signal measurements and over-the-air tests.
pSemi’s David Watling demonstrated the company’s eight-channel beamforming ICs for RF engineers.
See how Menlo Micro’s RF switches work in a beam-steering application.