This book reveals how UWB will shape the world around us and help businesses, consumers, and industries. It delivers a general understanding of UWB and the different topologies used based on the application. It also paints the picture of a UWB enabled world with current, and future, applications. Download your copy.
The broadband hybrid fiber coax network has experienced unprecedented demand since 2021. MSOs are looking at DOCSIS® 3.1 and 4.0 to upgrade networks thus removing the networks’ weakest link - upstream capacity. This paper focuses on upstream architecture inside the amplifiers and nodes for higher frequency splits and flexible network architecture.
Qorvo’s 2nd special edition GaN Technology For Dummies® e-book helps you learn more about the basics of GaN in RF technology, how to use GaN in your RF product designs, how GaN technology works, and how its solutions help businesses, consumers, and governments wirelessly connect to the world. Download your copy.
Qorvo® announced it is supplying UWB technology for Google’s Pixel 6 Pro flagship smartphone, enabling a breadth of new use cases from “find my stuff” to location-based “secure association” applications.
Innovation in next-generation mobile devices creates significant challenges for antenna implementation. 5G handsets have more than twice as many RF paths, and new industrial designs and button replacement add space constraints. Qorvo Antenna Solutions Reimagined (QASR) helps navigate space, design and performance challenges to harness the true power of antennas.
This book from Qorvo® provides a general understanding of the IoT and the protocols and architectures that provide the backbone of IoT communications. It also gives us a look into today and future applications of the IoT as well as how they are shaping the world around us.
Staying relevant in the CATV market can be challenging with fast-changing standards and regulations. Hybrid fiber coaxial (HFC) networks worldwide are being upgraded to DOCSIS® 3.1 (data over cable service interface specification) with a mid- or high-split to enable increasing data speed and capacity for upstream and downstream traffic.
The QPA0007 and QPA0004 are the first commercially available GaN PAs that can be rapidly reconfigured for operation between S- and X-Bands, enabling a single radar platform to be used across multiple applications, offering precise long-range and short-range capabilities.