A combination of a power meter and noise generator shows how noise and interference affect signal quality
Signal hound showed engineers its SM435B spectrum analyzer, 100 kHz to 43.5 GHz.
>Samtec introduced a flexible waveguide, to be released later in 2022.
5G was all over the Rohde & Schwarz booth at IMS 2022, with signal measurements and over-the-air tests.
pSemi’s David Watling demonstrated the company’s eight-channel beamforming ICs for RF engineers.
See how Menlo Micro’s RF switches work in a beam-steering application.
At the 2022 International Microwave Symposium, a combination of a signal generator and analyzer shows how noise floor affects dynamic range. A second video shows a test bed for a 141 GHz radio on glass for 6G research.
Anritsu demonstrated a 4-port VNA capable of sweeps from 70 kHz to 220 GHz.
Analog Devices demonstrated its ADF4377 Microwave Wideband Synthesizer with Integrated VCO at IMS 2022.
In an audio interview, Semtech’s Raza Khan explains why 5G networks use the four-level modulation to transport baseband data, starting at the radio.