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5G IoT

I just returned from Mobile World Congress and the hot topics were 5G and IoT which mirrors what we have seen lately on the technology front. There is some controversy in discussing 5G these days as it is not defined yet, but we will cover the developments as the technology works itself out in the industry and standards organizations. IoT topics at MWC ranged from smart cities to the connected homes to vehicle-to-vehicle communications to wearable devices and were demonstrated in many of the booths at the exhibition.


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Be Seen in 2015

Looking back at 2014, a few key technologies were prevalent in the news. 5G research and prototyping took off as investment in this area has quickly expanded with support from industry and academia. This happened at the same time as the 4G rollout gathered steam, especially in the Chinese market where demand for components has been strong. CMOS continued to advance in the RF marketplace by showing off single chip RF fronts ends for 4G handsets and integrated mmWave AESA chips with up to 16 elements. Although CMOS has taken more market share in the RF marketplace along with GaN, GaAs still has a major presence in our industry due to its flexibility and already established manufacturing infrastructure. As the focus for more efficient amplifiers continued, envelope tracking came into the mainstream as a MIPI standard.


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Career Corner

Making a Connection Most studies find that 60 to 70 percent of jobs are found via networking and not through the normal job posting and application process. In addition, there are a number of jobs that are never posted on web sites or advertised as they are filled directly...
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Mil SatCom Capacity Crunch: The BUC Stops Here

Advances in military technology such as unmanned autonomous vehicles (UAV), real time video surveillance, networked communication systems, real time targeting and battlefield mapping are demanding much more capacity in satellite communications than is available today. A large amount of data needs to be transmitted in real time and via...
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