2021-04-09 - Rohde & Schwarz

Rohde & Schwarz vector network analyzers cover up to 67GHz

Rohde & Schwarz's R&S ZNA vector network analyzer now covers frequency ranges of up to 50GHz and 67GHz.

- Jessy Cavazos

3GPP Release 16 will enable 5G to expand beyond traditional communications

3GPP Release 16 brings significant enhancements and new features that will enable the 5G standard to expand beyond traditional communications.

2021-04-02 - Maurizio Di Paolo Emilio

Resonant’s RF filters designed to improve 5G data rates, bandwidths

Resonant's new XBAR resonator technology has been optimized to improve 5G data rates and bandwidths.

2021-03-12 - Stephen Las Marias

Rohde & Schwarz to hold virtual Technology Symposium

Rohde & Schwarz Technology Symposium 2021 will feature wide-ranging topics—from testing to deployment in digital design, power electronics, mobile network…

2021-01-28 - Roger Hall

5G and GaN: The shift from LDMOS to GaN

This article explores how the industry is innovating to satisfy the new demands 5G puts on embedded systems, driving a…

2021-01-13 - Roger Hall

5G and GaN: Understanding sub-6GHz Massive MIMO infrastructure

There is a lot of excitement and anticipation for the rapid adoption of 5G, the next generation of mobile connectivity...

2021-01-05 - Kaushal Naik

How 5G, IoT & AI redefine the in-store retail transformation

The role of retail stores has changed at an unprecedented rate. Customers prefer buying things online than offline as they…

2020-12-07 - Fredrik Lönegård and Peter Karlsson

Wi-Fi 6 will streamline automotive connectivity

As automakers continue to offer increasingly advanced safety, comfort, and convenience features, Wi-Fi’s role as a critical enabler of reliable…

2020-11-12 - Sylvia Lu

5G roll-out: a marathon not a sprint

Although the transformative nature of 5G makes it a potentially disruptive technology, it is clear from the early stages of…

2020-11-02 - Jessy Cavazos

O-RAN enables the virtualization of the RAN for 5G

O-RAN brings significant opportunities to network operators, but also spurs new challenges for test engineers.