SemiGen Inc., an ISO and ITAR registered RF and microwave assembly, automated PCB manufacturing and RF supply center, is excited to attend the 2018 International Microwave Symposium (IMS) in Philadelphia, Pa., June 12-14 at Booth #2009.
CommScope is making the most comprehensive upgrade to its microwave antenna portfolio in decades. The leader in microwave antennas is overhauling its entire long haul antenna portfolio to significantly improve the coverage, capacity and cost-effectiveness of wireless backhaul for all applications.
NuWaves Engineering announced that the company has been selected for a Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) Phase I award for the S-Band Transmit/Receive module Advancements For Efficient radars (STRAFE).
NEC Corp. announced an agreement with NTT DOCOMO, INC. to provide control units for 5G base station equipment aiming for the commercialization of 5G services. NEC is slated to carry out development that enables existing communication equipment, such as high-density base station equipment, to be fully compatible with 5G.
For the fiscal second quarter, Skyworks reported that revenue grew 7 percent year-pver-year (Y/Y) to $913 million, non-GAAP gross margin increased 30 basis points (Y/Y) to 50.7 percent and earnings per share (EPS) grew 13 percent Y/Y to $1.64. The company also disclosed the ban on exporting products to ZTE represents a $25 million to $30 million reduction in annual revenue, mostly from mobile phone products.
ON Semiconductor Corp., driving energy efficient innovations, announced its acquisition of SensL Technologies Ltd.. The acquisition is expected to be immediately accretive to ON Semiconductor's non-GAAP earnings per share.
With the completed acquisition of optical simulation leader OPTIS, ANSYS now delivers the industry's most comprehensive solution for simulating autonomous vehicles. By adding OPTIS' optical sensor and closed-loop, real-time simulation to ANSYS's leading multiphysics portfolio, ANSYS offers the broadest toolset for validating the safety and reliability of autonomous vehicles — speeding time to market for these vehicles by mitigating the need for billions of miles of road testing.
While 5G wireless technologies and protocols are still in development, researchers at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering are reaching even further into the future as partners in ComSenTer, a newly formed hub for advanced wireless and sensing research founded by a consortium of industrial participants and DARPA.