The B-L462E-CELL1 Discovery kit from STMicroelectronics lets you add cellular connectivity to your IoT device before committing to designing in the modem. When adding cellular connectivity to an IoT device, you’d like first to demonstrate the ability to connect to a cellular network and transmit data. With the B-L462E-CELL1 Discovery Kit from STMicroelectronics, you can…
The 8V19N850 radio synchronizer and 8V19N880/8V19N882 jitter attenuators enhance a radio unit’s timing capabilities.
The laws of physics work against RF engineers, forcing design tradeoffs in mmWave systems. Beam steering, frequency reuse, and greater spectral efficiency can help.
The SiT5008 from SiTime goes to 60 MHz, draws 3.5 mA, and features a standby mode.
Wireless modules and ICs that add wireless connectivity to your IoT designs are here and more are coming. You don’t have to work for a smartphone company to get access to 5G components.
The 5G rollout continues to gain momentum and with it comes timing issues. As timing and transport technologies evolve and advance, they offer enhancements and alternatives to 5G timing architectures for fronthaul applications. The Virtual Primary Reference Time Clock (vPRTC) offers some advantages over traditional architectures.
The GN2255 clock-data recovery chip from Semtech cleans signals in 50 Gbps PAM4 data streams and integrates an optical laser driver.
A trio of mid-band radios include SoCs that handle much of the processing. RAN compute products round out the announcement.
With the announcement of the Snapdragon X65 and X62, Qualcomm boosts 5G data rates, lowers power consumption, and supports 3Gpp Release 16.
The CW641 from NXP supports the latest version of Wi-Fi while still supporting legacy versions.