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Wireless charging charges ahead

Wireless charging charges ahead
  Will removing division in the industry help promote wireless charging to greater heights? Philip Ling takes a look at the latest developments.
13th February 2015

RCS accreditation allows versatile file sharing across all networks & devices

Imagination Technologies has announced that its HelloSoft Rich Communication Suite (RCS) client, an integrated multimedia communication solution, has been accredited by the GSMA. Mobile operators looking to provide a commercial RCS solution can now enjoy the benefits of the carrier-grade HelloSoft RCS client software, including superior voice and video quality, along with the joyn certification mark denoting the RCS consumer-facing brand.
12th February 2015

IoT integration platform simplifies device & data management

IoT integration platform simplifies device & data management
Eurotech has announced the official release of Everyware Cloud 3.5, the M2M/IoT Integration Platform built to simplify device and data management by connecting distributed devices over secure and reliable cloud services. Once devices are deployed, the Everyware Cloud allows users to connect, configure and manage devices through the lifecycle, from deployment through maintenance to retirement.
11th February 2015


Cellular module targets CDMA450 networks

Cellular module targets CDMA450 networks
  Designed specifically for applications in areas where CDMA450 coverage exists as a commercial mobile network operation or where it can be licensed to be developed as a private network, the CE910-SL cellular module has been introduced by Telit Wireless Solutions. 
5th February 2015

Low power wireless technologies for the IoT

Low power wireless technologies for the IoT
  Which low-power wireless technologies will dominate as the IoT rolls out? Steve Rogerson looks at the contenders.
5th February 2015

Dual band wireless outperforms fibre-optics

Dual band wireless outperforms fibre-optics
  Dual band wireless technology outperforms fibre-optic communication links with single-antenna capability for reduced footprint and greater security. By David Rizzo, Renaissance Electronics.
5th February 2015

LNA & PA driver enable 802.11ac applications

LNA & PA driver enable 802.11ac applications
Designed for WLAN access points, the GRF2505 LNA and the GRF2541 PA driver have been released by Guerrilla RF. Providing ultra-low noise and high linearity across a 5-6GHz bandwidth, the GRF2505 can be used as either an LNA or as a PA driver for 802.11ac applications. The device’s high IP3 and compression point make it suitable for use as a PA driver, while its low NF of 0.8dB make it suitable as an LNA. 
4th February 2015

LNA operates across a 700-2700MHz bandwidth

LNA operates across a 700-2700MHz bandwidth
Designed for small cells, macro base stations, DAS and other wireless devices in the 700-2700MHz band, the GRF2104 LNA has been released by Guerrilla RF. With a flat gain of 20dB, the device offers outstanding NF and linearity across the 700-2700MHz bandwidth. Internal pre-matching to 50Ω provides users with a compact, low-cost solution, while flexible biasing enables high levels of reuse within a design and across platforms.
28th January 2015

Bias-Ts can handle multiple 20kA (8/20μs) lighting strikes

Bias-Ts can handle multiple 20kA (8/20μs) lighting strikes
Designed for installation close to base receiving stations or near to the antenna, the 3410.41.0038 and 3410.41.0039 Bias-Ts have been introduced by HUBER+SUHNER. The devices, which cover the full 690 to 2700MHz LTE bandwidth, inject or extract DC power into or out of a coaxial cable with the appropriate DC voltage and current. As well as LTE installations, the Bias-Ts support GSM and UMTS cellular installations.
26th January 2015

LNAs enable small cells, macro base stations & DAS

LNAs enable small cells, macro base stations & DAS
The GRF2051 and GRF2052 LNAs, which are optimised for frequency ranges of 1700-2700MHz and 2300-3800MHz, respectively, have been released by Guerrilla RF. Featuring adjustable current, external matching and flexible Vdd, the LNAs support a wide range of infrastructure devices including high performance small cell LNAs, macro base station LNAs, DAS and general purpose LNAs. 
22nd January 2015


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