T-Mobile U.S., Inc. announced several important world’s first milestones for standalone architecture (SA) 5G. These achievements, using the Un-carrier’s newly built 5G core, bring T-Mobile closer to taking its nationwide 5G network to the next level.
After reaching a definitive agreement in January, BAE Systems has completed the acquisition of Raytheon Technologies’ airborne tactical radios business, based in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and Largo, Florida.
Tech-X Corporation announced the latest version of its cross-platform, multiphysics simulation tool with the release of VSim 10.1, offering several key enhancements for both design engineers and research users.
Keysight Technologies, Inc. announced that the company is the first to gain approval from 3GPP for 5G new radio (NR) protocol test cases that support carrier aggregation (CA) technology, using its Protocol Conformance Toolset.
New Yorker Electronics has released the newest series of Exxelia Technologies CH High-Q RF & Microwave Capacitors. The CH Series offers capacitance options ranging from 0.1 pf to 1000 pF with voltages from 50 V to 1500 V.
Anritsu Corporation President Hirokazu Hamada announced that Anritsu’s New Radio RF Conformance Test System ME7873NR has achieved an industry-first validation for Global Certification Forum (GCF) certification of Frequency Range (FR2) spurious emissions tests based on 3GPP specifications.
The IMS2020 and Microwave Week, scheduled for 21-26 June 2020 in Los Angeles, CA, USA, is transitioning to a virtual event. The 2020 organizers have made this difficult decision after careful consultation and review with government authorities, partners, and venues. The timeframe for the virtual event will be August 2020.
Despite the disruption from the coronavirus pandemic circling the globe, Apple managed to release the new iPhone SE, iPad Pro, Magic Keyboard and MacBook Air and maintain essentially flat revenue during its second fiscal quarter, compared to the prior year’s quarter.
Artech House announced the publication of Microwave and Millimeter-Wave Vacuum Electron Devices: Inductive Output Tubes, Klystrons, Traveling-Wave Tubes, Magnetrons, Crossed-Field Amplifiers, and Gyrotrons by A.S. Gilmour, Jr..