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Articles Tagged with ''data''

Wireless Trends to Look for at MWC 2013

November 14, 2012

Looks at some of the leading test and measurement and semiconductor device manufacturers and what they think will be the hot topics and key technologies for Mobile World Congress 2013 in Barcelona

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FMC simplifies JESD204B-compatible data converter-to-FPGA connectivity

November 13, 2012

Analog Devices Inc. introduced an FPGA mezzanine card (FMC) that incorporates JEDEC JESD204B SerDes (serializer/de-serializer) technology to allow digital and analog designers to simplify high-speed data converter-to-FPGA connectivity.

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Aeroflex introduces most realistic traffic scenarios for testing LTE services

November 12, 2012

Aeroflex Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of Aeroflex Holding Corp., announced support for a comprehensive range of IP data services with the Aeroflex E500 LTE Capacity Test platform. Adding end-to-end data services supplements the industry-leading functional capability of the E500, providing network equipment vendors and cellular operators with the most realistic lab-based LTE end-to-end test solution on the market.

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OpenVPX interoperability among different manufacturers in SFF signal processing platform expands VPX ecosystem

November 6, 2012

Elma Electronic Inc., in cooperation with Pentek Inc. and Concurrent Technologies, has developed a small form factor (SFF), OpenVPX-based signal acquisition system for processing and recording applications. 

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AR's new EMI receiver can reduce test time from days to minutes

November 1, 2012

AR Receiver Systems has introduced a DSP-based emissions receiver that has the speed and accuracy to reduce test time from days to minutes.The new Model DER2018 Digital Emissions Receiver offers continuous coverage from 20 Hz to 18 GHz with 140 MHz instantaneous bandwidth.


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Cambridge Broadband Networks and NEC deliver high-capacity enterprise access for QSC

October 26, 2012

Cambridge Broadband Networks (CBNL) and NEC Europe Ltd. have announced a major agreement with QSC to provide high-speed wireless internet access to its enterprise customers. QSC, among the leading mid-size providers of ICT services in Germany, is installing CBNL’s VectaStar multipoint microwave equipment to meet the high-capacity internet demands of its enterprise customers across several cities in Germany. QSC’s initial deployment will consist of VectaStar access points and remote terminals, using the available 26GHz spectrum.

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Space Data and Lemko successfully deploy world's first commercial satellite LTE network

October 17, 2012

Space Data Corp. and Lemko Corp. announce the successful deployment of the world's first satellite-based commercial LTE network. The network was deployed in Atqasuk, Alaska and offers subscribers mobile broadband data speeds of over 70 Mbps. LTE over satellite is uniquely enabled by Lemko's patented DiMoWiNe (Distributed Mobile Wireless Network) software solution.

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IMS market to double by 2017 courtesy mobile IMS deployments and VoLTE

October 10, 2012

Wireline operators have been the largest market for IMS services to date, but due to an increase in the number of mobile IMS deployments, ABI Research forecasts IMS revenues to reach $3.4 billion in the next five years.

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LTE subscriber totals have surpassed WiMAX in 2Q12

September 26, 2012

In monitoring the early progress of LTE, many industry insiders closely watch countries where mobile operators are aggressively deploying new networks, and offering commercial LTE devices and services. In South Korea, the United States, and Japan, the number of LTE subscribers surpassed that of WiMAX subscribers in 4Q11, 1Q12, and 2Q12, respectively. The findings are part of new market data from market intelligence firm ABI Research detailing the mobile broadband transition.

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Bluetooth Smart will drive cumulative Bluetooth enabled device shipments to 20 B by 2017

August 17, 2012

In the first 10 years of its life (up to 2010) cumulative shipments of Bluetooth enabled devices reached 5 billion. Growth has been largely driven by its use in mobile phones and accessories. This market is still growing overall but it will start to plateau out over the next five years. So, will Bluetooth become obsolete before the end of its second decade?

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