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Transistor claims to offer highest peak power for radar

A power transitor, optimised for L-Band radar applications, has been introduced by M/A-COM Technology Solutions. The MAGX-001214-650L00 is a gold-metalized, pre-matched, GaN SiC HEMT tranistor which the company claims offers the highest peak power in the industry for pulsed L-Band radar applications. 
6th August 2014

Making the 4G transition

Robert Froehlich, Radio Access PLM Director, Tektronix Communications, discusses the rollout of 4G (LTE) and the challenges posed by the Radio Access Network (RAN) as mobile operators transition from delivering traditional voice and messaging to all-IP services.
6th August 2014

Going beyond industrial wireless

The low-power wireless technology at the core of the Internet of Things has evolved in both scope and capability since its inception, but hasn’t forgotten its heritage. By Harry Forbes, ARC Advisory Group.
31st July 2014


Wireless module is suited for sub 1GHz WiFi systems

Wireless module is suited for sub 1GHz WiFi systems
Designed for use in all available frequency bands, power limits and broadcast standards worldwide, the eRIC (easyRadio Integrated Controller) wireless module from LPRS provides IoT and other wireless control or communication system builders with an SoC fully integrated wireless controller. This enables a single device to be set to the local standard for legislation in the end user market.
31st July 2014

Stadium Group acquires M2M manufacturer United Wireless

On 25th July 2014, Stadium Group completed the acquisition of M2M manufacturer United Wireless. With a strong customer presence in the automotive and telematics sectors, United Wireless is a specialised M2M wireless integrator for OEMs requiring a complete end‐to‐end connectivity solution for their equipment or devices. The company was established in 2009 in Warrington, Cheshire and employs 40 people.
29th July 2014

VCO is suitable for radio and satellite applications

VCO is suitable for radio and satellite applications
A VCO, suitable for a variety of applications, has been introduced by Crystek. The CVCO55CC-2756-2756, which is suitable for use in digital radio equipment, fixed wireless access, satellite communications systems and base stations, operates at 2756MHz, with a control voltage range of 0.5-4.5V.
21st July 2014

2W wireless power receiver optimised for wearables

2W wireless power receiver optimised for wearables
Supplied in a compact package suited for small form factors such as wearable technology, Integrated Device Technology has claimed that the IDTP9026 is the world’s smallest 2W wireless power receiver and battery charger. The device has a solution size requirement of less than 30mm2, compared to 65mm2 for other available solutions. It is compliant with the Wireless Power Consortium’s (WPC-1.1) standards.
21st July 2014

SoCs for residential, enterprise and outdoor small cell networks

Designed for residential, enterprise and outdoor small cell networks, Broadcom introduces the BCM61735, BCM61755 and BCM61765 SoCs. These low-power small cell baseband processors double the capacity for operators and carriers to offload data traffic from increasingly congested 3G, 4G/LTE mobile and WiFi (802.11n and 802.11ac) networks.
17th July 2014

Arvento selects u-blox's technology for tracking device

Arvento selects u-blox's technology for tracking device
Arvento Mobile Systems has announced that it has chosen to use u-blox's cellular module technology in its tracking and onboard-diagnostics device. The imt.24 - OBD Tracker is designed for real-time vehicle diagnostics and tracking, providing GPS positioning based on a variety of real-time sensor inputs including time, speed, distance, motion, pause, idling and acceleration.
16th July 2014

Industry’s highest power handling L-band SMT limiter

Industry’s highest power handling L-band SMT limiter
M/A-COM Technology Solutions has announced the introduction of an L-band limiter which the company claims features four times the power handling capability than the nearest competing alternative. The 200W CW (Continuous Wave) power MADL-011014 is suited for demanding applications requiring high peak and CW power receive protection in Air Traffic Management and Radar systems.
16th July 2014


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