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Record for fastest data rate set

Record for fastest data rate set
A new record for the fastest ever data rate for digital information has been set by UCL researchers in the Optical Networks Group. They achieved a rate of 1.125 Tb/s as part of research on the capacity limits of optical transmission systems, designed to address the growing demand for fast data rates.
16th February 2016

GNSS receiver modules offer centimetre-level precision

GNSS receiver modules offer centimetre-level precision
Measuring just 12.2x16x2.4mm, u-blox's NEO-M8P devices are claimed to be the smallest high precision GNSS Real Time Kinematic (RTK) module available based on GPS and GLONASS satellite-based navigation systems. The rover with the u-blox NEO‑M8P‑0 receives corrections from the u-blox base receiver NEO-M8P-2 via a communication link that uses the Radio Technical Commission for Maritime services (RTCM) protocol, enabling centimetre-level positioning accuracy.
16th February 2016

Ultra-compact WiFi module suits IoT applications

Ultra-compact WiFi module suits IoT applications
u-blox has announced the LILY-W1 single band 802.11n 2.4GHz WiFi transceiver module. This ultra-compact host-based module, measuring just 10x14mm is suitable for providing Wi-Fi connectivity to an increasingly broad range of industrial and commercial products with LTE connectivity.
11th February 2016


3G/2G cellular module suits tracking & IoT applications

3G/2G cellular module suits tracking & IoT applications
Measuring just 16x26x3mm, u-blox's 96-pin LGA-packaged SARA-U201 is claimed to be the smallest cellular module supporting both 2G and 3G connectivity. Providing 5-band UMTS, quad-band GSM and having global radio regulatory approvals, the SARA-U201 is suited for a wide range of industrial, automotive telematics and consumer applications that must be able to operate on any 2G or 3G network in the world.
4th February 2016

Compact narrowband receiver consumes less than 1mA

Compact narrowband receiver consumes less than 1mA
Consuming less than 1mA, Radiometrix’s RX1L narrowband receiver enables 'always-on' functionality in energy-limited solar or battery-operated equipment. The receiver measures just 59x38x7mm and is therefore suitable for use in space-constrained applications such as data logging, industrial telemetry, smart-building controllers, security or fire-safety.
2nd February 2016

Millimeter-waveband wireless device implemented in CMOS circuit

Tokyo Institute of Technology and Fujitsu Laboratories has announced that, in an effort to further enlarge the capacity of wireless equipment, they have developed a CMOS wireless transceiver chip that can process signals at high speeds with little loss across a broad range of frequencies, from 72 to 100GHz. They also developed technology to modularise it.
1st February 2016

Multi-GNSS receivers concurrently track three constellations

Multi-GNSS receivers concurrently track three constellations
Now supporting Galileo, in addition to GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, QZSS and SBAS, u-blox has released a new firmware, FW 3.01, for its M8 concurrent multi-GNSS platform. It can track up to three constellations concurrently and makes use of all SBAS and QZSS augmentation systems at the same time.
26th January 2016

PLL synthesiser improves wireless service quality

PLL synthesiser improves wireless service quality
Integrating a VCO, ADI has introduced a PLL synthesiser that allows mobile network operators to improve cellular base station performance and the quality of wireless service. The ADF4355 PLL with VCO synthesiser operates up to 6.8GHz, a frequency band that affords a significant margin to the industry’s current carrier frequencies.
25th January 2016

GaN power amplifier has highest output for W-Band transmissions

Fujitsu Limited and Fujitsu Laboratories have announced the development of a GaN High-Electron Mobility Transistor (HEMT) power amplifier for use in W-band (75-110GHz) transmissions. This can be used in a high-capacity wireless network with coverage over a radius of several kilometers.
25th January 2016

Exploring the changes in next generation cellular architecture

Exploring the changes in next generation cellular architecture
The University of Surrey’s 5G Innovation Centre has published a new Whitepaper exploring a disruptive change in next generation cellular architecture. ‘The Flat Distributed Cloud 5G Architecture Revolution’ discusses how the future 5G network will be designed to always make best use of the resources available at the time of each new communications request applicable to the context of the user at the time. 
18th January 2016


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