Cobham Wireless announced that its 5G New Radio test solution can validate 5G NR air interface technologies, including Massive MIMO systems and Ultra-Reliability Low-Latency Communication use cases.
Market research firm Strategy Analytics estimates that Apple captured 51 percent of the smartphone market in the fourth quarter of 2017 — more than the rest of the industry combined.
MaxLinear's MxL11xx CMOS transceiver has been designed in Aviat Networks' new line of WTM 4000 microwave radios. The MxL11xx incorporates full receive, transmit, feedback path and all synthesizer components on a single chip and supports all licensed and unlicensed bands from 5 to 45 GHz, all ETSI channel spacings from 5 to 224 MHz and code rates to 4096-QAM.
Qualcomm Technologies Inc., a subsidiary of Qualcomm Inc., demonstrated advanced 5G technologies for the next phase of the global 5G New Radio (NR) standard being developed by 3GPP.
Averna announced a wideband RF Record and Playback platform. The RP-6500 records and plays back up to 500 MHz of RF spectrum—from 9 kHz to 6 GHz—making it ideal for multi-constellation GNSS applications.
5G Americas is honored to announce the outstanding line up of 5G experts from all over the world at the 5th Global 5G Event–5G New Horizons Wireless Symposium, bringing together in North America worldwide leaders from Brazil, China, EU, Japan, Republic of Korea and the U.S. and Canada to collaborate on the worldwide progress of the 5G wireless technologies.
Gowanda Electronics announces the expansion of its SML32S series of wirewound, shielded, molded RF surface mount inductors in the “1210” style.
Leti announced that the European and South Korean project, 5GCHAMPION, will demonstrate the world’s first 5G platform February 20-22, during the 2018 Winter Games.
Thaddeus Arroyo, CEO, AT&T Business; Michael Poth, CEO, FirstNet; and Michael Maiorana, SVP, public sector, Verizon Enterprise Solutions will deliver keynote addresses at International Wireless Communications Expo (IWCE) 2018, the premier annual event for communications technology professionals.
Anritsu Corporation announces its new 5G test platform to help support test development for Qualcomm Technologies Inc., a subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated, on 5G chipsets.