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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

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


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