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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


Pulsed amplifier suits air traffic control & radar

Pulsed amplifier suits air traffic control & radar
  Designed for civil air traffic control and weather radar applications, M/A-COM Technology Solutions has introduced a high power pulsed amplifier. The S-band device operates from 2.7 to 3GHz and features 7W of pulsed power and 23dB small signal gain in a 6mm PQFN 28-lead SMT package.
14th January 2015

Development programme supports thread mesh networking protocol

As a founding member of Thread Group, Freescale has launched its Thread beta development programme, making its Thread software and evaluation platform available to select developers. Encouraging adoption of the Thread IP-based mesh networking protocol, Freescale aims to create a better way to connect devices in the home.
14th January 2015

Tracking assets with beacons

Tracking assets with beacons
  Unlike GPS and cellular mobile phone tracking, beacons can locate a position within decimeters, even inside a building, creating numerous application scenarios. By Bernd Hantsche, Marketing Director Wireless, Rutronik Elektronische Bauelemente.
13th January 2015

Wireless combo SoC targets IoT & wearable applications

A wireless combo SoC, designed for the growing IoT and wearable markets, has been released by Atmel. The WILC3000 wireless link controller, which expands the company’s SmartConnect wireless portfolio, combines WiFi 802.11n and Bluetooth Smart-ready technologies with Atmel’s patented adaptive co-existence engine in a 4.1x4.1mm WLCSP. 
12th January 2015

WiFi module enables photo & video capture nano platform

To provide secure, onboard WiFi technology for its ZANO nano drone, an aerial photography and HD video capture nano platform which allows users to capture and share photographs and video content instantly, Torquing Group has tapped Lantronix. 
9th January 2015

AC2000 router offers 4x4 802.11ac for 5GHz WiFi

A solution designed for the Ethernet retail router market has been introduced by Lantiq and Quantenna Communications. Combining Quantenna’s QSR1000 4x4 802.11ac with Lantiq’s GRX300 communications processor family, the AC2000 solution provides high performance WiFi technology to the mid-range Ethernet retail router market. 
8th January 2015

Audio platform powers Google Cast Ready wireless speakers

Denon Electronics has selected the Broadcom high-end audio platform to power a line of HEOS Google Cast Ready multi-room wireless speakers. Google Cast allows users to cast their favourite music apps via any Android or iOS mobile device and their home WiFi network. This announcement coincides with Google's introduction of Google Cast for audio.
7th January 2015


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