Sixty-one years ago, on January 31, 1954, Edwin Armstrong, who invented the regenerative, super regenerative, and superheterodyne detector circuits for continuous-wave and amplitude modulation and the whole art of frequency modulation broadcasting...
The possibility of using IP-based networks could greatly reduce the energy and costs associated with wireless IoT communication, which would otherwise need expensive mobile-tower connectivity and GSM/EDGE-based communication.
0.7 to 1.2 GHz single-die cascode, GaAs, pHEMT LNA for cellular infrastructure applications offers 0.51 dB noise figure, +39 dBm OIP3 linearity, 18 dB return loss and gain flatness in compact, no-lead plastic package.
RF power detectors provide wide dynamic range, temperature stability and accurate measurement of signal power.
RF power LDMOS transistors cover all major cellular infrastructure bands while delivering 20 to 24 dB of gain in a compact package.
Voltage controlled oscillator operates from 902 to 928 MHz with tuning voltage range of 0.5 ~ 3.5 Vdc.
+110°C mini modules and +20 dBm USB sticks, powered by the EmberZNet PRO ZigBee stack, fine-tune ZigBee network environments.
Smallest embedded wireless modules to be completely interchangeable across 2G, 3G and 4G technologies, while serving different regions, across multiple network technologies, with one device design.
With the right preparation and planning, companies can efficiently align themselves with the FDA’s current guidance, emerging market trends, and superior product performance. This diligence will directly drive improved market launches...
Recent FCC changes to rules for the 60-GHz band will improve the use of unlicensed spectrum for high-capacity, short-range backhaul, especially for small cells.