SPDT switch covers 2.4 to 8.3 GHz
Richardson RFPD has announced availability and full design support capabilities for a single-pole, double-throw switch from Skyworks Solutions.
Streamlining SIM technology for APAC IoT applications
Compared to other industries in APAC, which are at the forefront of innovation, digital transformation in the IoT space in Asia Pacific (APAC) has experienced slow progress.
Duo open route to 5G-V2X advancements
Keysight Technologies and Ettifos have successfully conducted a 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) Release 16 (Rel-16) Sidelink radio conformance test between the Ettifos SIRIUS 5G-V2X sidelink platform and Keysight's advanced test equipment.
SiP market soars on the wings of chiplets and heterogeneous integration
The SiP market was worth $21.2 billion in 2022 and is projected to reach $33.8 billion by 2028, growing at an 8.1% CAGR.
Fujitsu delivers O-RAN ALLIANCE-compliant 5G virtualised RAN solution
Fujitsu announces that it has successfully delivered its O-RAN ALLIANCE-compliant 5G virtualised RAN solution for use in NTT DOCOMO 5G commercial network services beginning in September 2023.
Wind River delivers Studio for NTT DOCOMO’s 5G vRAN base stations
Wind River has announced that Studio is being used by NTT DOCOMO for its 5G virtualised network, which started commercial deployment this month in Japan.
Rohde & Schwarz drives 6G and sub-THz research with W and D band test solutions
To support pioneering mmWave and sub-THz research, Rohde & Schwarz continues to roll out advanced RF test and measurement solutions.
Rohde & Schwarz, Greenerwave collaborate to verify RIS modules
Reconfigurable intelligent surfaces (RIS) are drawing attention in the wireless industry due to their potential for an efficient 5G mmWave rollout as well as future 6G applications.
Speeding up the roll-out of the 5G network
5G offers a generational leap in technology that will impact people globally. It is already fuelling transformation by creating new industries, improving services, and accelerating innovation.
Fujitsu develops millimetre-wave chip for 5G radio units
Fujitsu has announced the development of a new millimetre-wave chip for 5G that supports multibeam multiplexing (excluding polarisation multiplexing (1)), enabling up to four beams to be multiplexed by a single millimetre-wave chip for the radio units (RU) of 5G base stations.