Ampleon announced the opening of its RF Energy Competence Center in Hefei, PRC. The company is recognized as a leader in the RF energy market and continues to invest in the emerging use of this technology. While RF energy covers a broad range of applications (domestic and professional cooking, heating and drying, ignition and lighting), the new competence center's current focus is on solid-state cooking.
Anokiwave Inc., an innovative company providing highly integrated IC solutions for mmW markets and active antenna based solutions, announced the appointment of Vincent E. Pelliccia as vice president, business development. This appointment comes at a strategic time for Anokiwave with tremendous opportunities to grow its business into the rapidly developing mmW 5G, radar, satcom and stratellite markets.
Autotech Council Member Anritsu Co. (booth #9046) will showcase its industry-leading test solutions that efficiently and accurately verify connected car designs at the Automotive Test Expo, to be held October 25-27, Novi, Michigan. In addition to product demonstrations, Anritsu is also an Open Technology Forum participant and will present a roadmap on LTE and how to test connected car systems using wireless technology, highlighting the global test company’s leadership position in the new generation of automotive designs.
Wolfspeed's revenue reached $50 million in fiscal Q1, and parent Cree projected that Infineon's acquisition will close by the end of 2016, despite a "second request" from the U.S. government to support its anti-trust review.
Broadcom Limited announced a 4x4 802.11ac Wave2 solution that improves range performance and video over Wi-Fi. It provides up to 9 dB of receiver sensitivity improvement and zero packet loss and zero host CPU consumption when paired with Broadcom's service provider gateway and router SoC platforms.
DRS Technologies Inc., a Leonardo-Finmeccanica Company, announced the introduction of a new family of small, high-performance RF monitoring and detection receivers for use in U.S. military, intelligence agency, and commercial spectrum monitoring applications.
The U.S. Air Force and Lockheed Martin marked a milestone with the completion of manufacturing of more than 15,000 line replaceable units containing 36,000 GaN-based high power amplifiers (HPAs) for Space Fence.