A collaboration between AVL and Rohde & Schwarz, two of the world’s leading providers of measuring and automotive testing systems, now permits the reproduction of realistic GNSS reception conditions for testbed vehicle testing.
Rohde & Schwarz, in collaboration with LG Electronics Mobile Comm. U.S.A. Inc., have successfully verified Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA) 3.0 features related to GEO-Fencing using an LG G8 ThinQ mobile smartphone.
"RFID Forecasts, Players and Opportunities 2019-2029," the global annual survey of the RFID industry by analysts IDTechEx, reveals that in 2019 the number of passive RFID tags sold will increase by 13 percent over 2018.
The new Direct GPS-over-Fiber (GPSoF) solution from HUBER+SUHNER is the first of its kind to facilitate a fiber optic connection to be made directly onto an antenna eliminating the need for a separate power line.
Mercury Systems Inc. announced the availability of miniaturization packaging services that complement the U.S. Government’s GPS modernization efforts, advancing the development of smaller, more agile missiles and guided munitions to support mission success.
Nanotron Technologies GmbH,a wholly owned subsidiary of Sensera Ltd., and location silicon provider Decawave are shortening time to revenue for micro-location solutions by facilitating the interoperability of tags from different vendors and leveraging field-proven location infrastructure provided by nanotron.
Mercury Systems Inc. announced it received a $2.2 million order from a leading defense prime contractor for high performance subsystems incorporating GPS Selective Availability Anti-Spoofing Modules (SAASM) for an advanced weapons application.
RF co-site interference has become a major issue with the proliferation of antennas, particularly in dense urban areas. This paper offers a practical perspective for those using or specifying new RF wireless systems about what RF co-site interference is, where it comes from, and some of the most common techniques and tools that are available in today’s market to solve these RF co-site interference problems.