Keysight Technologies, Inc. announced the Keysight N9042B UXA X-Series signal analyzer solution, which enables customers to test the performance of mmWave innovations in 5G, aerospace and defense and satellite communications (satcom).
A new report by Ericsson ConsumerLab, Five Ways to a Better 5G, highlights the impact that 5G is already having on smartphone users worldwide and what they expect the technology to deliver in the future.
The key to the much smaller MRI scanner design is the use of digitizers and AWGs by Spectrum Instrumentation that offer sub-nano second, coherence precision to generate the scanner-signals and capture the results.
The Global mobile Suppliers Association (GSA) announced that 515 operators in 173 countries hold licenses enabling launch of LTE or 5G using low-band spectrum and that nearly 400 operators are known to have launched LTE or 5G networks using low-band spectrum.
Ideal for military applications, including airframes and airframe components, HyperFlex™ solderless cables are available in three sizes, 0.090, 0.120 and 0.141in, with a frequency range through 67 GHz.
The Storm-Test series of test leads expands Storm’s comprehensive portfolio of cable solutions for test and measurement applications, which includes Accu-Test®, Duratest™ and True Blue®. The new Storm-Test 50 GHz expands the frequency and phase stability performance offered by Storm-Test cables.
Ericsson has expanded its indoor 5G portfolio, with additions including Ericsson Indoor AIR 1279 and Ericsson Radio Dot 4459 small-cell radio—both initially targeting the U.S. market—and Ericsson Indoor Connect, a support offering for multi-operator and multi-vendor scenarios.