At the 2021 (virtual) IEEE Microwave Symposium, the industry looked at where wireless is going and how it will get beyond 5G.
Signal analyzers and best measurement practices can minimize errors that result from losses at mmWave frequencies.
ROHM Semiconductor announced two new bucks DC/DC converter ICs with built-in MOSFET – the BD9G500EFJ-LA and BD9F500QUZ – ideal for applications supporting high voltages and currents in factory automation equipment (e.g., PLCs / inverters, and 5G base stations that handle high power). Recent years have seen evolving markets of battery-driven applications and advanced industrial equipment, such as 5G […]
As frequency increases, the effects of PCBs gain in importance for signal fidelity. Specifying PCB material, signal power and return planes, and signal layout all play a role.
In a video interview with Wilson Lee of Tektronix, EE World shows how COVID-19 brought about remote learning, and with it, remote operation of lab equipment at universities.
The Fera antenna from Antenova uses a flexible design that can fit into small spaces.
IQD is launching its newest low phase noise oscillators, the IQXO-408 & IQXO-455, available in industry-standard packages of 2.5 x 2.0 mm and 3.2 x 2.5 mm. The new CMOS clock oscillators can perform with a close-in phase noise as low as -113 dBc/Hz @ 10 Hz and far-out phase noise as low as -175 […]
Open radio access networks offer advantages in locating network functions of proprietary RANs. Automation and orchestration let telecom networks do what computing networks have done for years.
While the International Microwave Symposium will also hold a virtual conference, exhibitors insisted on a live event albeit with COVID-19 restrictions.