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.
Tune in to TV shows that are purportedly about ghost hunting and you’ll often see people wandering around in the dark with an instrument called a milligauss meter. A milligauss meter detects changing magnetic fields. (It won’t detect static fields as from a bar magnet.) When a milligauss meter shows a reading during a ghosting […]
See and learn how mmWave and beamforming works before you design mmWave beamformers and up/down converters using Anokiwave’s Active Antenna Evaluation Kit.
In his recently released book, Guardians of the Right Stuff, veteran design engineer and author Steve Taranovich, shares fascinating stories of the engineering individuals and teams who from beginning to end, shaped the July 20, 1969 moon landing. Listen to Steve tell the stories himself in the video below.
Qualcomm, Ericsson, and TIM demonstrated just how far a line-of-site mmWave connection can reach, which could make fixed-wireless access more practical. Qualcomm’s Gautam Sheoran explains in the video interview.
When complete, Altran’s 5G test lab will emulate all parts of a network, letting hardware engineers, network engineers, and software developers test products at any point in the 5G network. 5G Technology World interviewed Altran’s Shamik Mishra, CTO Connectivity, about the lab.
In a video interview, James Kimery of Spirent Communications explains how test plays the role of arbiter of communications among radio units, distribution units, and centralized units.
In a video interview, 5G Technology World speaks with Qualcomm’s Mohammed Al Khairy on how the company worked with Ericsson and US Cellular to reach that distance.
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.
5G Technology World interviewed Keysight’s Roger Nichols on what’s coming soon for 5G and which 6G might become.