Pasternack’s new waveguide calibration kits and extensions
Pasternack, a brand within Infinite Electronics and a provider of RF, microwave, and millimetre-wave products, has introduced a new range of waveguide calibration kits.
SCHURTER smart connector app earns Bronze at Swiss App Awards
The SCHURTER Smart Connector app has been honoured with a bronze medal at the Best of Swiss Apps Awards, a prestigious competition in the app industry known for its international recognition.
VIAVI enhances O-RAN interoperability testing
VIAVI Solutions has announced an addition to its NITRO Wireless portfolio, introducing XhaulAdvisor.
Audio Precision launches new APx516B Audio Analyser
Audio Precision, part of Axiometrix Solutions, has introduced the new APx516B audio analyser.
Advanced IC substrates: Taiwanese companies lead the market
The IC substrate market is positioned for significant growth, with its value expected to rise from $15.1 billion in 2022 to nearly $29 billion by 2028.
Spire Global launches satellite mission operations platform
Spire Global, a global provider of space-based data, analytics, and space services, unveils the Constellation Management Platform at Space Tech Expo Europe.
Point One Navigation releases the Atlas real-time Inertial Navigation System
Point One Navigation has introduced the Atlas Inertial Navigation System (INS), marking a development in real-time precision location technology.
Simulating touch: how robotics is mimicking human sensory abilities
In a world where we've heard about robots mimicking animals, the question arises: What about simulating touch?
UK companies to test 5G infrastructure from the sky
A consortium of UK firms, led by Stratospheric Platforms Limited (SPL) has secured a contract to trial advanced airborne 5G connectivity using a Britten-Norman Islander aircraft.
Power delivery over single twisted pair Ethernet
Originally developed at Xerox PARC in the 1970s, Ethernet has come a long way since its ratification as the IEEE 802.3 standard in 1983. It has evolved to support increasingly faster networks, more nodes, and longer distances while retaining backward compatibility with previous versions.