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Virtual Panel Session: Will Open RAN Work?

Dec 8th 11 am ET /8 am PT

Open RAN promises to lower network costs and barriers to entry to create competition through the standardization of hardware and software but will is work? Experts from Keysight, Qualcomm, ADI, Xilinx and VIAVI debate the pros and cons - moderated by Joe Madden of Mobile Experts.

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5G Multiport Testing: Different Configurations for Different Components

Driving down the cost of test is a key challenge in high-volume component manufacturing. The trend towards adding more ports on components such as antennas, cables, and frontend modules (FEMs) increases the need for accurate and fast multiport network analysis. Minimizing operator intervention and reducing connection and calibration times is essential to increase measurement throughput. Optimizing your vector network analyzer (VNA) configuration is critical to minimizing the cost of test in manufacturing. That’s when the multiport and multisite testing concepts come in, but there are challenges.

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Establishing Freedom of Action will Propel Electronic Warfare Market Opportunities

Operational requirements to establish freedom of action in contested and congested environments, as well as being able to counter modern agile radar and communications will drive opportunities for the Electronic Warfare (EW) market. The Strategy Analytics Advanced Defense Systems (ADS) service report forecasts the global EW market will grow to $20.0 billion by 2027.

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How RF Trends are Impacting Connectors

When it comes to electronics, technology is moving forward at a rapid pace and component manufacturers are trying to keep up. Devices are becoming smaller and more complex, whether it is a smartphone, medical imaging device, or a remote sensor accessing military satellite systems.  At the same time, the devices still need to be rugged enough to withstand enormous amounts of wear and tear while offering unhindered data transmission and collection capabilities. With these evolving requirements, connector components have to be redesigned for these devices.

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Opportunities for Semiconductor Companies in the Changing Landscape of Global Defense

The increased focus on smaller platforms, more autonomous systems as well as a drive to faster time to deployment is creating a new paradigm in the defense industry.  The established ecosystems and traditional product development roles and responsibilities are unlikely to enable the most effective future solutions.

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