Articles Tagged with ''bandwidth''

Anritsu Co. Expands Capability of Industry-leading CPRI RF Handheld Analyzers to Meet Market Needs

Anritsu Company has expanded its industry-leading CPRI RF field handheld analyzer portfolio to address the emerging requirements associated with testing high-speed LTE base stations. Among the enhancements are the ability to display four unique AxC traces, as well as support for CPRI Line Rate 8 and 20 MHz compression. Available on select Anritsu Site Master™, BTS Master™, Spectrum Master™, and Cell Master™ instruments, the new capabilities provide wireless carrier technicians, engineers and wireless contractors with the necessary tools to install and verify CPRI-based radios using optical fiber, SFPs, and RRHs, as well as to solve problems during installation and maintenance.


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Antenova responds to demand for 802.11/ac Wi-Fi antennas

Antenova Ltd., manufacturer of antennas and RF antenna modules for M2M and the Internet of Things, announces two more antennas for the 802.11a/b/g/n/ac wireless standard. These antennas are designed for the profusion of high bandwidth applications emerging in the consumer entertainment sector — specifically set-top boxes, IPTV and content streaming devices— all of which are seeing strong growth, in parallel with the roll-out of fibre to the home and the increase of IPTV services.


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MACOM unveils high-performance GaN power transistors for wireless base stations

M/A-COM Technology Solutions Inc., a leading supplier of high-performance analog RF, microwave, millimeterwave and photonic semiconductor products, announced its highly-anticipated MAGb series of GaN power transistors for use in wireless macro basestations. Leveraging MACOM’s Gen4 GaN technology, the new MAGb series is the industry’s first commercial basestation-optimized family of GaN transistors to achieve leadership efficiency, bandwidth and power gain with a linearity and cost structure like LDMOS, and a path to better than LDMOS cost at scaled volume production levels.


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IZT RF receiver R4000 combines 120 MHz Bandwidth with 32768-point FFT

IZT GmbH launched a new option for its powerful R4000 RF receiver. The 32768-point FFT option in combination with the 120 MHz real-time bandwidth ensures reliable detection of fast bursts and frequency-agile signals. Even the most advanced hoppers with extremely high hop rates are detected under demanding SNR environments. The Hopper Detector plugin provides real-time information about detected hoppers containing bandwidth, dwell time and time-of-arrival information.


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