Broadband Channel

ADI's RF ADC Sets New Performance Benchmarks for Instrumentation, Defense

Analog Devices Inc. (ADI) introduced a 12-bit RF analog-to-digital converter (ADC) that delivers industry-leading speed and bandwidth. The new AD9213 features higher parametric performance: greater Nyquist bandwidth and RF sampling capabilities at higher analog input frequencies than conventional RF ADCs, allowing for the digitization of RF signals up to 7 GHz.


Read More

Verizon Bullish About mmWave FWA

Announces LA as second of initial 3 to 5 cities

In separate events this week, Verizon remained bullish about the millimeter wave spectrum for fixed wireless access services and announced Los Angeles as one of the initial cities where it will be deployed this year.


Read More

Tektronix, IEMN Demonstrate 100 Gb/s Wireless Transmissions Using New IEEE 802.15.3d Standard

Demonstration Uses a Single Carrier Wireless Link in the 300 GHz Band to Achieve 100 Gb/s Data Rate

Tektronix, Inc. and IEMN, a major French research laboratory, demonstrated a single carrier wireless link traveling at a 100 Gb/s data rate. This demonstration uses advanced data coding, THz photonics and wideband and linear devices to enable ultra fast wireless connections in the 252 - 325 GHz band per the recently published IEEE 802.15.3d standard.


Read More

CommScope Upgrades Microwave Antenna Portfolio

CommScope is making the most comprehensive upgrade to its microwave antenna portfolio in decades. The leader in microwave antennas is overhauling its entire long haul antenna portfolio to significantly improve the coverage, capacity and cost-effectiveness of wireless backhaul for all applications.


Read More

Skyworks Reports Solid Q2, Also Hurt By ZTE Ban

For the fiscal second quarter, Skyworks reported that revenue grew 7 percent year-pver-year (Y/Y) to $913 million, non-GAAP gross margin increased 30 basis points (Y/Y) to 50.7 percent and earnings per share (EPS) grew 13 percent Y/Y to $1.64. The company also disclosed the ban on exporting products to ZTE represents a $25 million to $30 million reduction in annual revenue, mostly from mobile phone products.


Read More

NYU WIRELESS Joins Consortium Aiming for 6G

While 5G wireless technologies and protocols are still in development, researchers at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering are reaching even further into the future as partners in ComSenTer, a newly formed hub for advanced wireless and sensing research founded by a consortium of industrial participants and DARPA.


Read More
See More Videos