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Spektra

Metawave SPEKTRA™ Beamsteering Analog Radar Demonstrating Long-Range, High-Resolution, and Accuracy

MetawaveTM announced the successful demonstration of the industry’s first, award-winning, SPEKTRA™ analog beamsteering radar. SPEKTRA is the most accurate and intelligent automotive radar available today able to clearly detect vehicles beyond 300 meters and pedestrians beyond 200 meters with the highest angular resolution. Metawave has filed for 150+ patents to date and received its first issued patent in 2019. Metawave’s SPEKTRA radar demonstration from CES 2020 can be viewed on the company’s YouTube channel or www.metawave.co.


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R&S at MWC

Driven by connection: Rohde & Schwarz highlights leading T&M solutions for the mobile industry at MWC2020

Presenting its industry-leading solutions under the slogan “Driven by connection”, Rohde & Schwarz will be welcoming visitors at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona from February 24 to 27, 2020 in hall 6, Booth 6B30. The company will exhibit in an enlarged and newly designed show booth, covering not only various aspects of communications and connectivity, but also providing plenty of space for the visitors to connect and interact with the experts.


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Wurth

Würth Elektronik presents its Themisto-I 915 MHz radio module

Würth Elektronik presents its new Themisto-I radio module. It features high output power and can attain ranges of up to 10 km. Proprietary network solutions for IIoT/M2M applications can be implemented in the shortest possible time using the slim module, the WE-ProWare firmware, and the SDK package. With its 915 MHz frequency band, as well as FCC and IC module certification — Themisto-I is ideally suited for the American market.


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Audi of America, Virginia DOT, Qualcomm Announce Initial C-V2X Deployment in Virginia

Audi of America, the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) and Qualcomm Technologies Inc., a subsidiary of Qualcomm Inc., announced plans for initial deployments of C-V2X communication on northern Virginia roadways, employing advanced wireless communications to enhance vehicle safety by using the same portion of the 5.9 GHz band that the FCC has proposed to allocate for C-V2X.


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