Imagine having the power of RF analysis right at your fingertips. Now you can master your wireless with a new generation of handheld touch tablet RF Analyzers from Kaltman Creations, the leader in RF Solutions for Pro-Audio Wireless. The RF-Vue is offered in several versions, but the flag ship model is the RF-Vue T10.LISTED UNDER: Boards & Modules | Receivers, RF / Microwave | Transceivers, AM / FM
RFMW Ltd. announces design and sales support for a new line of microwave absorbing materials from MAST Technologies. These “Tuned Frequency” absorbers are electrically optimized for specific applications and intended for customers who experience high frequency...LISTED UNDER: Receivers, Integrated | Receivers, Other | Receivers, RF / Microwave
Silicon Labs [NASDAQ: SLAB] has introduced a single-die antenna-input-to-audio-output digital radio receiver solution developed for the global portable and consumer electronics markets. Leveraging software-defined radio technology, the new monolithic Si468x receiver ICs bring FM, HD Radio...LISTED UNDER: Antennas, Base Station | Antennas, Broadcast / Satellite | Antennas, Cellular / Micro / Pico Cell
Maxim Integrated Products, Inc. [NASDAQ: MXIM] has announced the MAX2173 RF to Bits tuner for digital audio broadcast (DAB) applications in automobiles and other mobile DAB/FM products. The RF to Bits DAB/FM tuner integrates a radio tuner.LISTED UNDER: Boards & Modules | Mixers, Microwave / RF / IF | Receivers, RF / Microwave
Anritsu Company introduces multi-band receivers for its Link Master drive test tools that offer field engineers, technicians, and consultants a complete drive test system for locating interference and ensuring optimum wireless network operation.LISTED UNDER: Receivers, AM / FM | Receivers, Cellular | Receivers, GPS / GSM / PCS
NeoPhotonics Corporation [NYSE: NPTN] has announced a new 100 G Variable Power Intradyne Coherent Receiver (VICR). The PIC-based VICR integrates a variable optical attenuator (VOA) on the signal path and is designed to increase dynamic range and improve the optical signal to noise ratio (OSNR) for both single channel.LISTED UNDER: Receivers, AM / FM | Receivers, Cellular | Receivers, GPS / GSM / PCS
QRC Technologies has announced the launch of its Wide Band Transcorder (WBT), a self-contained radio frequency (RF) recording and playback system, that helps commercial enterprises and government organizations more quickly and cost-effectively address various RF problems.LISTED UNDER: Receivers, RF / Microwave | Receivers, RFIC | Transceivers, RF / Microwave
Saelig Company, Inc. has announced the availability of the TEG4000-1, a laboratory quality, synthesized 200 to 4,000MHz RF signal source. The TEG4000-1 is the smallest USB microwave synthesized source available and is priced significantly below other competitive bench-top offerings.LISTED UNDER: Receivers, RF / Microwave | Transceivers, RF / Microwave | Interconnect, Connectors
After three years of deliberation, the IEEE802.16m air interface definition will be ready for prime time in the next few months. This critical step toward creating true 4G cellular technology based on WiMAX is important enough to earn compliant products a new name: WiMAX 2. Further proof came last month, when an impressive subset of the WiMAX community created the WiMAX 2 Collaboration Initiative to "improve the economics of mobile broadband" and "to create a better value chain for service providers.
Freescale Semiconductor has introduced its MSC8155 digital signal processor (DSP), a higher performance and cost-optimized version of the company's flagship MSC8156 DSP based on the latest StarCore technology. The MSC8155 includes next-generation acceleration and interconnect technologies that boost overall chip performance and further enhance the capabilities of broadband wireless base station equipment.
Working closely with the test equipment vendor is required in order to synchronize feature implementation, reference specifications and timely delivery of the test equipment software. By Paul Gooding, Rohde & Schwarz click to enlarge Figure 1.