The low-power QFP4526 and high-power QFP4568 bring switches, filters, and amplifiers to Wi-Fi 8 (802.11ax) designs. Wi-Fi 6 (IEEE 802.11ax) access points, routers, gateways, customer-premise devices, and IoT devices need amplifiers to boost signal power to its final levels. The QFP4526 and QFP4568 front-end modules from Qorvo operate at 3.7 V and 5 V power…
A hybrid International Microwave Symposium (IMS) took place live in Atlanta and online two weeks later in June 2021. See a selection of companies and product — mostly 5G — showcased in the virtual version.
In this video, 5G Technology World spoke with Marvin Test CEO Steve Sargeant about how the company adapted to mass production of mmWave devices and how the pandemic changed its methods of technical support.
While the International Microwave Symposium will also hold a virtual conference, exhibitors insisted on a live event albeit with COVID-19 restrictions.
The WLAN7205C from NXP reduces the number of components in the Wi-Fi RF signal chain.
The SiT5008 from SiTime goes to 60 MHz, draws 3.5 mA, and features a standby mode.
CES isn’t just about the latest consumer gadgets, there’s something for engineers, too.
As Wi-Fi 6E products come to market, they need testing. The Pal-6E from octoScope lets you test performance at these new frequencies.
The SKY5805-11 RF front end from Skyworks adds a PA, RF switches, couplers, and filters to handsets, data cards, and M2M devices.
SiTime has entered the resonator market with a MEMs device that can be integrated into semiconductor devices and oscillator modules.