In a video interview, Harrison Osbourn explains that he handle the CEO-level functions while Tom Lane takes over as president.
At the May 2022 6G Symposium, three speakers proposed modulation and coding methods for 6G. As you might expect, they keep getting more complex to handle the expected higher data rates.
As the tugboat Nellie Bly circumnavigated Denmark, engineers and a remote crew kept an eye on the vessel from a control room in Boston. A 4G connection provided the internet connectivity. These videos bring you into the control room. Autonomous sea vessels show promise as the next step in water navigation. Of course, such vessels…
The BGT60LTR11AIP from Infineon Technologies lets you add a 60-GHz motion sensor to embedded devices.
At the 2021 (virtual) IEEE Microwave Symposium, the industry looked at where wireless is going and how it will get beyond 5G.
Keysight’s N9042B UXA X-Series signal analyzer lets you analyze mmWave and sub-6 GHz signals while keeping the noise down.
The SMM100A series of vector signal generators from Rohde & Schwarz have models that generate RF signals from 100 kHz with a high-end model to 44 GHz. That covers today’s 5G frequencies and more.
The MAMX-011043 image-reject passive-diode mixer from MACOM covers 5G mmWave frequencies.
Keysight Technologies has created a slim version of its high-bandwidth oscilloscopes for analyzing wireless signals, including 5G NR. When you think of high-bandwidth oscilloscopes, you may think that their sole use is for measuring the integrity of baseband digital signals—in the time domain. RF engineers typically work in the frequency domain using swept or real-time…
The Tektronix RSA7100B wideband RF signal analyzer and streaming recorder lets engineers working on wideband designs in communications, radar, and electronic warfare capture and analyze signal in the frequency domain. It provides more than 2.5 hours of streaming RF storage with 800-MHz real-time bandwidth. Its 16 kHz to 26.5 GHz frequency range covers a broad…