The SAM100 from Rohde & Schwarz lets RF component manufacturers test devices on the engineering bench or from a rack and operates from 2 GHz to 20 GHz.
Diodes Incorporated announced the PI4ULS3V4857, an SD 3.0-compliant bidirectional level translator for use in communication, consumer, and computing system applications including smartphone handsets, notebooks, SD/MicroSD card readers, wireless access points, and 5G femtocells. The PI4ULS3V4857 has the capacity to translate a 1.2V to 1.8V host side voltage into a memory card voltage signal of either […]
NXP’s Chandler, Ariz. fab produces GaN devices used in power amplifiers scross 5G frequencies, from low-band to mmWave. In this video 5G Technology Word spoke with NXP’s Paul Hart.
The SKY5805-11 RF front end from Skyworks adds a PA, RF switches, couplers, and filters to handsets, data cards, and M2M devices.
Despite the intense hype, 5G looks like a stepping stone to the real thing.
SiTime has entered the resonator market with a MEMs device that can be integrated into semiconductor devices and oscillator modules.
In a video interview, Analog Devices’ Nitin Sharma explains the company’s involvement with open RAN and the concept of a functional split. Open radio access networks are all the talk at the network — as opposed to the wireless — side of 5G. While most of the talk surrounds the disaggregation of network functions, the…
The KP-2S3S5HVX8-65 from KP Performance Antennas covers the 2.4 GHz, 3.5 GHz, and 5 GHz bands.
Fitting all the electronics into a phone and making them work gets harder with 5G, especially when the phone has two sections. In this video, 5G Technology World interviews Janko Mrsic-Flogel of Planet Computers.
Technology developments in the fields of hardware and software disaggregation, network function virtualization and containerization forge architectural changes across mobile networks. To fully reap the benefits of network virtualization, telecom operators must rethink sourcing models, deployment models, and organizational setups.