Starry Inc. is partnering with the City of Boston’s Boston Housing Authority (BHA) to launch a pilot program aimed at providing free and low-cost internet access solutions to housing authority residents.
WIN Semiconductors reported strong second quarter and first half year-over-year revenue growth driven by the handset market. However, the company said “inventory corrections” across all markets will cause third quarter revenue to decline around 10 percent compared to the second quarter.
Analog Devices has released a wideband synthesizer with an integrated VCO that is ideal for aerospace and defense, wireless infrastructure, microwave point-to-point links, electronic test and measurement and satellite ground terminals.
Akoustis Technologies announced its first production order for initial quantities of a 3.8 GHz BAW filter. The order, from a “well-established military OEM,” is the company's first BAW filter design win above 3 GHz.
The FCC has adopted a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) proposing flexible use for 500 MHz of mid-band spectrum between 3.7 and 4.2 GHz. Seeking to allocate spectrum for new wireless uses while treating existing users fairly, the FCC asks Fixed Satellite Service (FSS) earth stations operating in the band to certify the accuracy of their existing registration and license information, part of the commission's effort to understand how the band is being used.
BAW filter manufacturer Akoustis Technologies has completed the qualification of its first-generation XBAW wafer technology and the attendant single crystal materials process at its Canandaigua, New York wafer fab. New products will now begin in the pre-production phase and won’t require end-to-end qualification, which will shorten the development time for catalog and custom components.