Microchip Technology today announces its next-generation of LAN969x Ethernet switches with Time Sensitive Networking (TSN), scalable bandwidths from 46 Gbps to 102 Gbps, and a powerful 1 GHz single-core Arm Cortex-A53 CPU. For applications that require greater redundancy, the LAN969x Ethernet switches can be configured with High-availability Seamless Redundancy (HSR) and Parallel Redundancy Protocol (PRP).…
Through photos and videos, EE World covers some of the active and passive components that RF and wireless engineers need to connect us all.
pSemi Corporation announces the production readiness of two new high-linearity switches targeted for the latest 5G wireless infrastructure and massive MIMO base station deployments. By using the new high linearity switches in hybrid architecture topologies, base station designers can save valuable board space and improve thermal management, reducing the overall system’s cost, weight, and power…
See how Menlo Micro’s RF switches work in a beam-steering application.
The infrastructure needed to deliver cost effective, reliable, and secure timing throughout cellular networks needs proper architecture, design, and management. Tighter time accuracy demands for 5G networking equipment requires reliable and robust timing architectures that guarantee network performance.
The MM5120 from Menlo Micro lets you send an RF signal to as many as four locations such as filters or antennas.
The MM5600 DPDT switch from Menlo Micro routes signals to 20 GHz, 40 Gb/sec. 5G is one of the technologies driving the need for higher-speed digital and RF signals. Those signals, which often run over differential pairs through a PCB, typically need switching. MEMS switches offer fast switching speeds with low power and low signal…
The WLAN7205C from NXP reduces the number of components in the Wi-Fi RF signal chain.
CES isn’t just about the latest consumer gadgets, there’s something for engineers, too.
A MEMS RF switch from Menlo Micro helps eliminate the decision of whether to design a semiconductor or mechanical switch into your circuits.