Radio Frequency Systems (RFS), the global wireless and broadcast infrastructure specialist, announced the launch of its Class 4 microwave antenna line. Its Class 4 antennas provide the market’s best RF performance and allow mobile operators to deploy new microwave links even in ultra-dense areas where high levels of interference are present.
Rice University researchers have won $2.4 million from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to conduct the most extensive experimental research yet of wireless technology that uses 100 or more antennas per base station to send tightly focused beams of data to each user, even as they move.
The Microwave Vision Group has developed and validated the CXR feed ─a new plug-and-play component that performs cross-polar reduction, similarly to the second reflector in dual compensated Compact Antenna Test Ranges.
Antenova Ltd., manufacturer of antennas and RF antenna modules for M2M and the Internet of Things, is announcing three new flexible FPC antennas for applications in industrial and consumer electronics.
Blighter Surveillance Systems has won a contract from Paraguay’s National Civil Aviation Administrationto supply its Blighter B400 Series radar solution for enhanced security at the country’s two busiest international airports.
The CommScope facility in Brno, Czech Republic will produce base station antennas for wireless operators across Europe, significantly reducing lead times before delivery. The quicker deliveries will help Europe’s network operators meet aggressive LTE deployment schedules as they race to deliver enhanced service to subscribers. LTE uses new frequency bands and technologies that must be supported in network infrastructure such as base station antennas.
Internationally renowned British microwave engineer Professor Peter Clarricoats is to receive one of the Royal Academy of Engineering’s highest accolades, the Sir Frank Whittle Medal, for his influential achievements spanning more than half a century.