5G Technology World’s video interview with NI’s David Hall looks at 5G ICs coming off the production line and what’s coming next.
The decades-old technology takes on a new life by providing location precision to 10 cm, and it operates indoors.
The Dimensity 1000C supports 5G phones, handling many functions while the T750 adds 5G and other connectivity to routers and hotspots.
Part 2 continues the theme of power and efficiency in amplifiers, adding upload links, fixed access, and open RAN.
Just because 5G is rapidly rolling out doesn’t mean everything works and it’s time to move on. Indeed, the design challenges are just beginning, as this two-part series from IMS 2020’s 5G Summit shows.
EnSilica’s eSi-MediSense lets you add medical sensing and wireless connectivity to a handheld or wearable device, plus machine learning capabilities.
The Certus-NX FPGA from Lattice Semiconductor includes fast I/O and a hardened PCIe interface for connecting to local devices and to the outside world.
Radio-access networks are changing from a single unit into a distributed system, which impacts how networks keep time. Precision Time Protocol will distribute timing information, keeping the units synchronized in time and phase.
iEW400 IP from Imagination Technologies lets you add the latest Wi-Fi connectivity to an FPGA, SoC, or ASIC, with focus on minimizing power consumption and increasing battery life.
The MAMX-011043 image-reject passive-diode mixer from MACOM covers 5G mmWave frequencies.