The SiT5008 from SiTime goes to 60 MHz, draws 3.5 mA, and features a standby mode.
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The CW641 from NXP supports the latest version of Wi-Fi while still supporting legacy versions.
In a video interview, James Kimery of Spirent Communications explains how test plays the role of arbiter of communications among radio units, distribution units, and centralized units.
Wireless giant gets close to the edge through routers and subscription services.
While talk of 6G has already started, 5G has moved into applied research. Students at WPI work with Professor Alex Wyglinski to connect IoT devices and vehicles to 5G networks.
EnSilica’s eSi-MediSense lets you add medical sensing and wireless connectivity to a handheld or wearable device, plus machine learning capabilities.
5G Technology World interviews Qualcomm’s Danny Tseng on what to expect from 3GPP Release 17.
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.
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.