Pasternack launched a complete millimeter wave transmitter module for developing multi-Gbps, high speed, point-to-point wireless communication links. The PEM010 operates in the global unlicensed frequency spectrum from 57.0 to 64.8 GHz and supports the IEEE 802.11ad and 802.11aj Wi-Fi protocols for wireless networking.
MathWorks introduced Release 2017a (R2017a) with a range of new capabilities in MATLAB and Simulink. R2017a includes a new product, Automated Driving System Toolbox, which helps design, simulate, and test ADAS and autonomous driving systems. R2017a also includes updates and bug fixes to 86 other products.
Smiths Interconnect, a division of Smiths Group plc, announced it is unifying its technology brands of EMC Technology, Hypertac, IDI, Lorch, Millitech, RF Labs, Sabritec, TECOM, and TRAK under the single brand identity of ‘Smiths Interconnect’.
Anritsu Co. and ETS-Lindgren announce additional support of 2G to 4G/LTE/MIMO/CA Over-the-Air (OTA) testing with an enhanced solution that integrates the Anritsu MT8821C RF tester with the CTIA-compliant ETS-Lindgren EMQuest™ EMQ-100 Antenna Measurement Software.
Keysight Technologies is the first test and measurement company to achieve the silver status SC21 Award for its hardware and support services. SC21 is a U.K.-based change program designed to accelerate the competitiveness of the aerospace & defense industry by raising the performance of its supply chains.
Anritsu Co. announces support for LTE-A 3 Carrier Aggregation (3CA) Carrier Acceptance Test (CAT) requirements at two additional major North American carriers, building on the first announcement of 3CA support for a third carrier in September.
Two wireless charging standards are competing for market share as the next generation of resonant wireless technologies is nearing readiness. ABI Research forecasts that through 2020, 713 million Qi and 213 million Powermat/Rezence chargers will ship, along with a small number of proprietary technologies.
The Internet of Things, or IoT, is driving new use cases for wearables, including lifestyle and wellness apps, requiring more diverse device support on mobile networks. With cellular networks already covering 90 percent of the world's population, consumers expect their wearables to benefit from the same ubiquitous connectivity as their feature phones and smartphones. To address growing consumer demand and the proliferation of such new IoT applications, Ericsson, Sony Mobile and SK Telecom are testing and trialing new device and network innovations to support secure and ubiquitous LTE network connectivity for new lower cost, lower power IoT devices.