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Smart home platform is a fully interoperable ecosystem

Smart home platform is a fully interoperable ecosystem
A smart home platform, designed as an open and fully interoperable ecosystem, has been developed by Lantiq and IOLITE. The IOLITE platform allows devices of all kinds to be integrated in a home environment and used in a range of innovative applications. The computing power for the platform is provided by Lantiq`s high-performance GRX 300 network processor family.
10th April 2015

150Mb/s LTE Category 4 modem supports FDD-LTE in band 28

150Mb/s LTE Category 4 modem supports FDD-LTE in band 28
u-blox has announced TOBY-L280, the first LTE Category 4 rugged module in an LGA package that supports FDD-LTE in frequency band 28. Band 28 is now in commercial use in Taiwan, Australia and New Zealand, with further rollouts planned throughout the Asia Pacific region, Brazil and Argentina. Capable of download speeds up to 150Mb/s, u-blox says that the TOBY-L280 is the world’s fastest and smallest modem of its kind.
8th April 2015

18GHz, 2W power amplifier integrates power detector

18GHz, 2W power amplifier integrates power detector
M/A-COM Technology Solutions has announced a power amplifier designed specifically for 18GHz wireless backhaul applications, the MAAP-011145. The device features a temperature compensated integrated power detector and includes ESD protection and by-pass capacitors to ease the implementation and volume assembly of the packaged part.
1st April 2015


WiFi front end module eliminates need for LDO regulator

WiFi front end module eliminates need for LDO regulator
Skyworks has introduced an integrated, 5GHz 802.11ac/n front-end module for mobile platforms including smartphones and tablets. The matched SKY85716-11 FEM incorporates a 5GHz single-pole, double-throw transmit/receive switch, a 5GHz low noise amplifier with bypass and a 5GHz power amplifier. Its 0.33mm package height makes it suitable for low profile SiP modules in embedded systems.
1st April 2015

4G LTE RF portfolio targets Chinese mid-tier smartphones

Qorvo has introduced RF Flex, the latest addition to its family of integrated 4G LTE RF front end solutions. Qorvo's RF Flex front end solutions offer performance and regional customisation to improve the performance and simplify the design of 4G smartphones and tablets. The first products in the RF Flex family include multi-band PA modules and transmit modules designed for the growing mid-tier segment of LTE smartphones, particularly in China.
31st March 2015

Photonic ICs support Layer C & Layer T networks

To address the way in which scale and virtualisation drive have changed in network architectures, Infinera as introduced two Photonic ICs (PICs) for optical transport applications. The PICs include the sliceable enhanced ePIC-500 and the application-optimised oPIC-100.
24th March 2015

Bringing 5G one step closer

New wireless technologies emerging in response to demand from the IoT are now augmenting global cellular networks, bringing 5G one step closer. By Guillaume Crinon, Business Development Manager, Avnet Memec.
19th March 2015

Internet-connected suitcase could end lost luggage

Internet-connected suitcase could end lost luggage
FastTrack has designed its new Eviate eTrack solution using Telit Wireless Solutions’ HE910-D and SE868 V2 GPS receivers. According to the manufacturer, the Eviate eTrack is the first solution that is linked to worldwide travel systems, enabling both passengers and airlines to know where every bag is located - all the time.
19th March 2015

Network processor is 'industry’s most integrated'

Network processor is 'industry’s most integrated'
A home gateway network processor, described as the industry’s most integrated, has been introduced by Lantiq. The GRX350 combines outstanding routing performance and bi-directional packet classification to provide True Quality of Service (TrueQoS), along with a dedicated Trusted Execution Processor (TrustWorld) and hardware-enforced virtualisation (TrueVirtualization). 
17th March 2015

CATV amplifiers are DOCSIS 3.1 compliant

CATV amplifiers are DOCSIS 3.1 compliant
  Designed for compliance with the DOCSIS 3.1 standard for high-bandwidth data transfer over existing HFC infrastructure, a range of CATV amplifiers have been released by M/A-COM Technology Solutions.
11th March 2015


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