Researchers of the Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Solid State Physics and the Karlsruhe Institute for Technology have achieved the wireless transmission of 40 Gbit/s at 240 GHz over a distance of one kilometer. Their most recent demonstration sets a new world record and ties in seamlessly with the capacity of optical fiber transmission.LISTED UNDER: Transmitters, Other
API Technologies Corp. has announced it is now offering design patented WIRELINE and WIREPAC quadrature couplers. WIRELINE and WIREPAC couplers consist of a pair of wire center conductors surrounded by a continuous dielectric insulator and shielded by a drawn or extruded outer jacket.LISTED UNDER: Industrial | Components, Other | Transmitters, Other
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. [NASDAQ: CY] has unveiled the PSoC 4 programmable system-on-chip architecture, which combines Cypress’s best-in-class PSoC analog and digital fabric and industry-leading CapSense capacitive touch technology with ARM’s power-efficient Cortex-M0 core.LISTED UNDER: Circuits, SOC | Components, Other | Receivers, Other
An innovative solution that combines a LF wake up and the communication via transceiver at 2.4 GHz through PREMO emitter antennas and 3D coils. ams solution includes on the base station a 2.4 GHz transceiver, the AS3940, and a LF wake-up transmitter...LISTED UNDER: Transmitters, AM / FM | Transmitters, Cellular | Transmitters, GPS / GSM / PCS
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.