As we enter a new age for electronics powered by 5G and eventually 6G, MIT and Ericsson are collaborating on two research projects that seek to help build a new network infrastructure needed to empower the truly revolutionary use cases the next generation of mobile networks will bring.
Teaming up with industry titans including Samsung, NVIDIA, and more, researchers at The University of Texas at Austin are launching 6G@UT, a new research center to lay the groundwork for 6G, the next generation of wireless technology.
Raytheon Company’s Mark Russell, vice president of engineering, technology and mission assurance, has been elected to the National Academy of Engineering (NAE). He was selected for his leadership in developing radar systems that enhance national security and safety.
The IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society (AP-S) awards several (~4 or 5) travel grants ($1,500 each) annually to help graduate students attend the annual IEEE International Symposium on Antennas and Propagation.
Anokiwave, Inc., a leader in providing highly integrated IC solutions for millimeter-wave (mmW) markets and Active Antenna-based solutions, was named a hot tech innovator by global technology market advisory firm ABI Research in its 2019 QTR 4 report, "Hot Tech Innovators" for Cellular and 5G Antenna Technologies.
Although microwave and mmWave high-power vacuum electron devices remain “off the radar” of many, particularly those involved with solid-state components and systems, the market for this segment remains over $1 billion, according to ABI Research.
NuWaves Engineering announced that the company has been selected for a Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) Phase I award for the S-Band Transmit/Receive module Advancements For Efficient radars (STRAFE).
In its latest report, which evaluates ten major companies from across the mobile ecosystem, ABI Research believes that as this next wave of innovation approaches, Google and Amazon will emerge as the market’s “leaders” due to continued growth in their apparent strengths. Apple will lag due to innovation complacency.
In its recently released Transformative Horizon report, ABI Research identifies and examines the trends which will disrupt the in-building wireless market. Wireless technology innovation across licensed and unlicensed spectrum will soon unify in-building DAS (Distributed Antenna System) and small-cell systems.