5G Technology World and EE World present our first 5G handbook, digital edition.
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…