The GN2255 clock-data recovery chip from Semtech cleans signals in 50 Gbps PAM4 data streams and integrates an optical laser driver.
KEMET, part of the Yageo Group, announces advancements in its FLEX SUPPRESSOR, a thin, flexible noise suppression sheet designed to reduce electromagnetic interference (EMI) and other noise disturbances. Its EFG3 and FS series now operate in a broader frequency range (up to 40GHz band), advancing FLEX SUPPRESSOR’s capabilities in 5G-connected devices and electronics for commercial, […]
Semtech Corporation announced sampling of a new solution (GN2255), Semtech’s Tri-Edge CDR to enable emerging 50Gbps PAM4 5G front haul deployments. Based on the proven Tri-Edge CDR platform qualified in data center applications, the new solution delivers the cost-effectiveness, small footprint, low power, ultra-low latency, and performance demanded by 5G front haul applications. The […]
GCT expands its ionex range of charging-centric USB Type-C connectors with all new 6-pin versions, making adoption even more accessible for designs. Ionex offers breakthrough USB Type-C connectors for charging applications. USB4125 and USB4130 are the latest additions to the range and feature a 6-contact configuration, making them GCT’s most cost-effective solution to date with […]
Keysight expands is wireless test offerings, moving into monitoring of RF and low-layer protocols.
A PCI Express 5.0 (PCIe Gen5) test solution combines Anritsu’s Signal Quality Analyzer-R MP1900A BERT series with Tektronix’s DPO70000SX series 70-GHz Real-time Oscilloscope and automation software. The all-in-one solution supports tests of PCIe 5.0 electrical characteristics, physical-layer protocol analysis, and transmitter/receiver and Link Equalization Training (LEQ) tests to facilitate efficient development of high-speed ICs, devices, […]
Open radio access networks offer the option of placing network functions in different places along the signal path. That option, called a functional split, lets network engineers optimize performance and make tradeoffs.
A trio of mid-band radios include SoCs that handle much of the processing. RAN compute products round out the announcement.
A swath of 500 MHz that could add spectrum to 5G looks like low-hanging fruit, but it’s not without opposition. New sharing technology could solve the problem.
Field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) are powerful and flexible devices. They combine the performance of custom designs with reprogrammability, even after the system is in the field. As a result, FPGAs are increasingly used in various systems, from the Mars rover to fighter jets and from communications and automotive systems to a growing variety of […]