Fairview Microwave releases temperature-compensated amplifiers
Fairview Microwave has released a series of temperature-compensated amplifiers to address precision performance and test-and-measurement applications.
Pioneering work for the ‘Internet of Voice’
The Internet of tomorrow will be mobile, and audio based. To support the shift in communication from typing and reading to speaking and listening, new technologies are needed that enable audio and voice-based consumer applications.
Fairview broadens line of programmable attenuators
Fairview Microwave, an Infinite Electronics brand and a provider of RF, microwave and millimetre-wave products, has released a new line of programmable attenuators engineered for test and measurement, R&D, electronic warfare and electronic countermeasures applications.
MMIC gain block eliminates need for equalization
The CMX90G301/2 from CML Microcircuits is a low-power 50 Ω cascadable MMIC gain block suitable for a wide variety of wireless applications operating in the 1.4 GHz to 7.1 GHz frequency range.
Ignion announces new Antenna Intelligence Cloud tool
Ignion, a Barcelona based IoT antenna innovator, announced the launch of the Antenna Intelligence Cloud with amplified features for devices with multiple wireless standards.
Power amplifier operates between 18 GHz and 44 GHz
In stock now at distributor Mouser Electronics is the ADPA7005 power amplifier from Analog Devices.
A guide to wireless antenna selection
A wireless telemetry application is only as good as the antenna system. Whether it’s a radiological system in a nuclear plant, an industrial alarm, or even a utility gas or water metre, it’s important that the signals are reliably transmitted and received. Here Ian McNeilage, engineering manager at wireless telemetry specialist Omniflex, provides a five step plan for effective antenna selection.
Headphones that allow you to feel the music as well as hear it
Sonic Lamb has announced the arrival of the Sonic Lamb headphone. Patented hybrid driver acoustics combine air and body conduction to enable people to not just hear music but also feel it.
Murata's new noise suppression technology
New Murata chip ferrite beads unique in solving wide band noise - including high-frequency range (1GHz) issues within high-current automotive systems
Compact dual-band Wi-Fi and Bluetooth LE modules
u-blox, a global provider of positioning and wireless communication technologies and services, has announced the NORA-W3 module series that extend their Wi-Fi stand-alone module portfolio, making dual-band capability available for the first time in this compact form factor.