Get a handle on the differences between working at the traditional sub-6 GHz frequencies and mmWave frequencies. The old design techniques won’t work in this new world.
Although the first 6G consumer devices may be far away, work on 6G is underway. Academic and industry researchers are already experimenting and developing an understanding of key technologies as crucial inputs for standardization work. The industry must balance technical, business, and social considerations when developing 6G.
The 5G25 connector from Molex covers IF frequencies for mmWave applications.
5G Technology World visits Northeastern University’s Ultrabroadband Nanonetworking Lab for a firsthand look at what’s possible in wireless data communications.
The latest symposium took a turn toward business use cases at the expense of the usual technical talks, with speakers saying that use cases should drive the technology. Through most of 5G’s development, conference topics generally focused on the technologies such as the radio and network technologies. With much of that settled, talk moved to…
In a video interview with 5G Technology World, Resonant’s Mike Eddy explains how RF filters keep wanted signals in an interference out. It’s all in the physics. As bandwidth gets crowded, governments auction more spectrum to accommodate our insatiable demand for data. While 3G used frequencies around 1 GHz, 4G expanded to around 2 GHz.…
The BGT60LTR11AIP from Infineon Technologies lets you add a 60-GHz motion sensor to embedded devices.
5G Technology World spoke with Jonathan Oakley of Dassault Systemes on how the company’s electromagnetic simulation software helps engineers design and evaluate antennas for smartphones and IoT devices.
3D printing a mmWave antenna let’s you quickly build prototypes.
5G can be up to 100 times faster than 4G with 100 times higher data capacity and latency of under one millisecond. What does this mean for PCBs?