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DAC improves television viewing experience

DAC improves television viewing experience
  Analog Devices has announced a DAC that brings the future of TV to today's home viewers, enabling them to enjoy UHD and 4K television across more channels at unprecedented streaming and download speeds.
11th July 2016

What really matters to connected industry?

Mats Andersson, Senior Director Technology, Product Center Short Range Radio, and Simon Glassman, Head of Strategic Partnerships EMEA at u-blox, discuss how data is transforming industrial processes and look at the things that really matter to today’s connected industry.
29th June 2016

Hong Kong: a technology 'super-connector' for Asia

The Director-General of the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, London, Ms Priscilla To spoke on 20th June at a business seminar held by Invest Hong Kong in partnership with the Institute of Directors, City of London branch. The event was part of London Technology Week, and supported by Tech London Advocates.
22nd June 2016

The right balance to speed wireless downloads

The right balance to speed wireless downloads
Researchers from New York University Tandon School of Engineering and Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland, have conceived a method to improve spectrum efficiency by deploying a mix of half and full duplex radios in base stations. Their paper, Throughput and Coverage for a Mixed Full and Half Duplex Small Cell Network, recently won Best Paper at the IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. ICC is one of the world's premier telecommunications research conferences.
9th June 2016

Measuring surface plasmons could lead to faster internet

Measuring surface plasmons could lead to faster internet
Leiden physicists describe a method to measure so-called surface plasmons, which could lead to the latest light-based technologies, including faster internet. When audiences watch a new Game of Thrones episode, they usually don't think about the billions of flashes of light that race through a worldwide optical fiber network each second, resulting in images on the screen. Those flashes of light encounter numerous nodes, among them, the router installed in the home.
3rd June 2016

Simplify sideband & carrier suppression calibration

Simplify sideband & carrier suppression calibration
Enabling battery-powered, high performance broadband transmitters operating from 700MHz to 6GHz, Linear Technology introduces a low power I/Q modulator. The LTC5589 is powered by a single 2.7 to 3.6V supply and draws only 29.5mA current. According to the manufacturer, this is 50% lower power consumption than other solutions.
27th May 2016

LDMOS RF ICs power outdoor small cell base stations

NXP Semiconductors has introduced what it claims to be the industry’s largest portfolio of broadband 28V LDMOS two-stage, dual-path Doherty-optimised ICs for small cell base stations. The LDMOS ICs are designed to provide RF power, efficiency and gain in all current and proposed frequency bands, from 700 to 3,800MHz, with RF output power of 2.5 to 12W.
26th May 2016

50Ω SPDT switches operate from 50 to 8000MHz

50Ω SPDT switches operate from 50 to 8000MHz
Integrated Device Technology has introduced two high-isolation, low-loss, high linearity broadband RF switches for a wide variety of applications. Operating at 50 to 8000MHz, the F2932 and F2933 are silicon-based, low-distortion 50Ω SPDT switches. With industry-standard 4x4mm 16-pin QFN packages and drop-in compatible footprints and control, the devices are suited for communications and public safety systems, radar and general purpose switching.
20th May 2016

Scalability gateway solution for homes or small businesses

In readiness for the next revolution in high speed home and small-business (SMB) broadband, NXP Semiconductors has introduced an expanded gateway platform scaling from 1Gbps at extreme low power, all the way to 20Gbps of bi-directional wireline/WiFi performance at the high end.
19th May 2016

Wireless technology could revolutionise airport systems

Wireless technology could revolutionise airport systems
A partnership between NASA and Hitachi is testing a system known as Aircraft Access to System Wide Information Management (SWIM), to wirelessly send aviation information. The test was recently conducted on an FAA Bombardier Global 5000 test aircraft taxiing 60 to 70 miles per hour on the Cleveland Hopkins International Airport runway.
6th May 2016

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