Cree introduces the new 40 Volt, 0.25um GaN-on-SiC HEMT process die product family to deliver revolutionary power and bandwidth capabilities through Ku Band. The innovative product family enables the replacement of Travel-Wave Tubes with solid-state amplifiers for improved efficiency and reliability.
Nujira Ltd launched ET Surface Explorer, an advanced measurement and data visualization tool for characterizing RF power amplifiers (PAs) in ET mode. ET Surface Explorer is a software upgrade to Nujira’s existing NCT-T9102 RF PA characterization system. It accelerates PA characterization, provides PA and product designers greater insight into the performance of ET PAs, and enables them to maximize the linearity, efficiency and output power benefits of operating PAs in ET mode.
Hittite Microwave Corporation will feature 24 new products at the 2012 IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Symposium (IMS 2012) and Exhibition held at the Palais des Congres, Montreal, Canada, June 19-21 2012. During the exhibition, these and other Hittite Microwave products will be on display. A live product demonstration area will showcase some of the company’s latest products in our 20’ x 30’ corporate exhibit, booth #1701.
Anritsu Company announces it will demonstrate the world’s only broadband Vector Network Analyzer (VNA) system that can conduct single sweeps from 70 kHz to 140 GHz in its booth (#807) at the International Microwave Symposium (IMS), to be held June 19-21, in Montreal. The on-wafer device characterization is one in a series of demonstrations to be conducted in Anritsu’s booth that will highlight test solutions for high-frequency designs, including E-band applications and high-speed signal integrity measurements.
What : HID Global's live webinar, entitled "The Future is Calling: NFC Technology Turns Smart Phones into Secure Credentials" Who : HID Global in partnership with ASIS International and Security Management Magazine Why : Near Field Communications (NFC) technology is about to revolutionize the access control industry.
ETI’s Rishi Khan to Join Thomas Sterling for Presentations on Performance Acceleration for Extreme-Scale Computing in Tutorial and BoF Sessions WHO: E.T. International, Inc . (ETI), a provider of high-performance system software solutions and performance acceleration services for heterogeneous and multi-core/many-core hardware architectures, will present on runtime systems for exascale development in tutorial and Birds-of-a-Feather sessions at ISC’12 .
What: M/A-COM Technology Solutions (M/A-COM Tech is showcasing a broad portfolio of new products for wireless backhaul, CATV, optical communications, and aerospace and defense applications at the IEEE/MTT-S International Microwave Symposium tradeshow in Montréal, Canada. New product solutions on display in M/A-COM Tech’s Booth #815 include: • 42 GHz SmartSet chipset for Point-to-Point wireless backhaul – includes state-of-the-art 1 Watt Power Amplifier with 22 dB gain and 38 dBm OIP3.
Make your own Wi-Fi antenna from an empty pringles can. Keep in mind that this won’t provide you with a free connection — just a stronger signal. In fact, DIY blogger John Graham-Cumming found 97 networks pointing the can in one direction, compared to only 58 networks using a standard antenna. From start to finish, the entire project will cost about $5 to $10, versus upward of $100 for a brand-new commercial Wi-Fi antenna.
Teseq Holding AG intends to acquire New York-based Instruments for Industry (IFI). By combining the competencies of IFI and the recently acquired MILMEGA with its own capabilities, Teseq will expand its capabilities and broaden its product line in the RF amplifier market, providing its customers with the best possible solutions in variety of applications including commercial, industrial automotive, military, defense and communications.
Agilent Technologies Inc. today announced a new release of SystemVue , Agilent’s premier platform for designing communications systems. Agilent will demonstrate SystemVue 2012.06 along with a range of solutions for everything from circuit-level modeling through system verification for general RF, microwave, 4G communications, and aerospace/defense applications at DAC2012 (Booth 313), June 3-7, in San Francisco.
Agilent Technologies Inc. will demonstrate its newest design and test products for advanced RF and microwave research, development and manufacturing at the 2012 IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Symposium (Booth 1015), June 17-22, at the Palais des congrès de Montréal. “We are really excited about our new tools for circuit-level modeling through system verification for general RF/uW, 4G communications, and aerospace/defense applications,” said Barry Alcorn, Americas market segment manager in Agilent’s Electronic Measurement Group.
A synthetic compound long known to exhibit interesting transition properties may hold the key to new, non-magnetic forms of information storage, say researchers at the RIKEN SPring-8 Center and their collaborators. The team's latest findings shed light on the complex relationship between a compound's electron spin arrangement and its transport properties, an area researchers have long struggled to understand.
University of Utah physicists developed an inexpensive, highly accurate magnetic field sensor for scientific and possibly consumer uses based on a "spintronic" organic thin-film semiconductor that basically is "plastic paint." The new kind of magnetic-resonance magnetometer also resists heat and degradation, works at room temperature and never needs to be calibrated, physicists Christoph Boehme, Will Baker and colleagues report online in the Tuesday, June 12 edition of the journal Nature Communications.
Element Six, working in partnership with academics in Harvard University, California Institute of Technology and Max-Planck-Institut für Quantenoptik, has used its Element Six single crystal synthetic diamond grown by chemical vapour deposition (CVD) to demonstrate the capability of quantum bit memory to exceed one second at room temperature.
Researchers from Rice University and UCLA unveiled a new data-encoding scheme this week that slashes more than 30 percent of the energy needed to write data onto new memory cards that use “phase-change memory” (PCM) — a competitor to flash memory that has big backing from industry heavyweights. PCM uses the same type of materials as those used in rewritable CDs and DVDs, and it does the same job as flash memory — the mainstay technology in USB thumb drives and memory cards for cameras and other devices.