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The OpenET Alliance has announced the availability of a new High Dynamic Range (HDR) system simulation model for handset Envelope Tracking applications. The ET System Simulation model, jointly developed by OpenET members Nujira and the University of Firenze, aids system optimization by making it easier for designers to identify sources of noise and distortion and to make the necessary design tradeoffs.
Researchers at Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, have developed a new generation of amplifiers that has the ability to measure data that is currently buried by noise.
MILMEGA Ltd has been awarded a Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Innovation for developing amplifiers, based on a novel design methodology, using gallium nitride-based transistors, for use in Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) test equipment.
The OpenET Alliance, the industry association that promotes energy efficient wireless transmission through Envelope Tracking (ET), has announced its first wave of members, and the release of an updated interface specification for cellular terminals.
United Monolithic Semiconductors (UMS) has announced that the PPH15X-10 MMIC GaAs power PHEMT process has been successfully space evaluated and is now part of the European Preferred Part List established by the European Space Agency/European Space Components Information Exchange System (ESA/ESCIES).
Avago Technologies, a supplier of analog interface components for communications, industrial and consumer applications, announced a high-gain, high-linearity power amplifier for high-data-rate applications found in 700 to 800 MHz cellular infrastructure equipment.
Record Numbers Attend Nov ARMMS Conference
The ARMMS RF & Microwave Society Conference was held in Nov at the Rockingham Forest Hotel in Corby, UK with 72 delegates attending. ARMMS originally began in 1984 with a focus on microwave measurements and has expanded to cover a variety of related topics. Read our summary of the conference and exhibition.