Designing an antenna into a wireless embedded or IoT device requires special care to maximize performance.
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 CW641 from NXP supports the latest version of Wi-Fi while still supporting legacy versions.
RF power amplifiers consume lots of energy, which is a concern associated with 5G. Envelope tracking helps reduce power consumption but has tradeoffs.
As Wi-Fi 6E products come to market, they need testing. The Pal-6E from octoScope lets you test performance at these new frequencies.
A toolkit lets integrated operators run their mobile and fixed-line operations on a common 5G core.
The SKY59272-707LF from Skyworks uses a MIPI interface to select any of four SPDT switches.
IEEE has issued a call for papers for its 3rd IEEE Workshop on 5G Technologies for First Responder and Tactical Networks.
Learn more about where RF/microwave technology stands in the modern medical/healthcare industry with this informative webinar, “RF and the Future of Health Care,” hosted by Times Microwave Systems’ Business Development Manager, Carrie Obedzinski. RF/microwave technology is not just about wireless communications or military radars—it is an increasingly important part of many medical electronics systems, such…
Use the free test tool to check your radio and protocols before bringing your low-power IoT device to a lab for certification.