Microchip Technology Inc. announces the introduction of its first commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) rad-tolerant power device with the MIC69303RT 3A Low-Dropout (LDO) Voltage Regulator. The new high-current, low-voltage MIC69303RT is a power management solution targeting LEO and other space applications. The device is available for prototype sampling in both plastic and hermetic ceramic to support the requirements […]
Cellular LTE modem achieves Verizon certification
Janus Remote Communications is announcing it has achieved Verizon certification for their CellBridge LTE910XFX v1.00 Cat1 “X” Footprint (XF) Embedded Cellular modem. The LTE910XFX v1.00 CAT1 embedded modem uses the Telit LE910C1-WWXD as its cellular engine. The LTE910XFX v1.00 units operate in CAT1 LTE 4G, 3G, and 2G bands and are qualified for worldwide operation…
Demonstrating antenna diversity, Part 1: The challenges
Antennas come in abroad range of sizes, styles, and configurations to meet frequency, bandwidth, directivity, and many other objectives; the PIGA and Yagi antennas are rather different yet widely used versions. With a few highly specialized exceptions, all antennas in general use – ranging from tiny ones in wearables to huge broadcast-transmitter designs – are […]
Add-on board enhances precision position data
MikroElektronika has launched GNSS RTK 2 Click board, a compact add-on board used to enhance the precision of position data derived from satellite-based positioning systems. Click boards follow a modular prototyping add-on board standard invented by MIKROE, which revolutionizes the way users add new functionalities to development boards. Click boards enable design engineers to change peripherals […]
Retrofit kits let you upgrade antennas in the field
RadioWaves has just released a new series of retrofit kits designed to save users time and money by allowing them to continue using their previously deployed antennas while upgrading to the latest radios on the market. RadioWavesâ€™ new line ofÂ antenna retrofit kits (RFKs) ship with new feed horns, interface, and mounting hardware needed for rapid…
Channel-sounding measurements: Part of active 6G research
Universities and industry engineers strive to understand how sub-THz signal behave in the real world.
UWB radar sensor for people positioning
NOVELDA announced that NOVELDA will give a preview of the people positioning and people tracking capabilities of its UWB radar sensors at CES 2023. An innovator in solutions for the audio video market has recently embedded NOVELDA’s next-generation UWB radar sensor in its smart speakers, debuting at CES. NOVELDA’s technology directs high-quality sound to wherever […]
Satellites launch 4G/5G service to remote regions
The first two O3b mPOWER satellites operated by SES have launched. Once fully deployed, 11 satellites will significantly improve throughput and latency to areas all over the world. EE World was there for a firsthand video view of the launch.
How AI spurs efficient wireless systems design
AI techniques can overcome nonlinear problems by extracting patterns automatically and efficiently.
RF attenuator line adds 2.92 mm connectors
Fairview Microwave has expanded its line of 40 GHz fixed RF attenuators with 2.92 mm connectors offering attenuation levels of 0 to 10, 12, 15, 20, and 30 dB. Fairview’s 40 GHz attenuator pads are designed to lower the amplitudes of RF signals in a large variety of applications, including R&D, lab use, wireless networks,…