Ted Rappaport, founding director of NYU WIRELESS and a leading proponent of using the millimeter wave spectrum for wireless communications, discusses the FCC's recent rulemaking actions and technology developments that are paving the way to 5G.
Ampleon announced the modular M2 RF Energy reference system to replace magnetrons in the industrial heating market. This technology replacement is driven by the need for a longer service lifetime of the RF generators, to reduce operating costs and minimize the downtime of heating systems.
Arralis, the world leading W band device manufacturer, has added a number of new MMIC devices to its extensive product range. The new power amplifier, image cancellation mixer and variable attenuator come in response to new advance system requirements.
Ampleon announced a new family of integrated Doherty power amplifier devices aimed at LTE Advanced Pro / 4.5G massive-MIMO base station applications and capable of being used as power amplifiers in small cells.
Boonton, a Wireless Telecom Group company, introduced the new RTP4000 series of Real-Time True Average Power sensors. These sensors deliver a dynamic range from -60 to +20 dBm, a frequency range down to 6 kHz and an industry leading measurement rate of 100,000 measurements per second. Built with Boonton’s Real-Time Power Processing™ technology which eliminates gaps in acquisition and provides zero measurement latency, RTP4000 sensors deliver lightning-fast performance in a compact USB form factor.
Integra Technologies Inc. (ITI), a leading designer and manufacturer of high-power RF transistors, pallets and amplifiers, will be showcasing its products at EDI CON USA, taking place September 20-22, at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston, Mass.
Legacy Technologies Inc., a world leader in crystal oscillator glass-to-metal seal packages has entered the hi-rel power transistor market with a new line for demanding thermal and electrical management applications of power transistor packages.
MACOM Technology Solutions Inc. ("MACOM") announced the new MAAP-011161 and the MAAP-011193, two packaged linear power amplifiers designed specifically for use in point-to-point radios in cellular backhaul applications.