2021-07-12 - EEWeb

Overcoming mmWave design challenges with next-gen circulators

The rollout of 5G was always intended to be incremental; beginning at the sub-6-GHz range.

2021-07-06 - Steve Taranovich

5G RF front-end design challenges and solutions

The rising complexity of 5G has been limiting the number of manufacturers that have the expertise to develop complex RF…

2021-06-24 - Jessy Cavazos

Overcome 5G NR conformance testing challenges

Solutions that facilitate the interpretation of 3GPP specifications and simplify the test setup help overcome conformance testing challenges.

2021-05-13 - Richard Quinnell

What to consider when developing an IoT asset tracking system

Here are five of the most important issues that developers need to consider when designing an IoT asset tracking system.

2021-05-12 - Giovanni D'Amore

Millimeter-wave technology turbocharging the information age

The use cases of mmWave technology in multi-gigabit connectivity, high-throughput satellite, automotive radar, and extended reality.

2021-05-10 - Jessy Cavazos

Mobile network operators need O-RAN to evolve to 5G

Test solutions that provide broad capabilities to cover radio units from different vendors are critical to successful interoperability testing for…

2021-04-14 - Majeed Ahmad

The evolutionary path for DRAM and NAND flash technologies

The Korean memory chipmaker highlights the evolutionary path for DRAM and NAND flash technologies in a keynote address to IEEE…

2021-04-09 - 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.

2021-03-23 - Patrik Kalbermatten

Noise-suppression sheets aid in passing EMC testing

Electromagnetically absorbent materials like noise-suppression sheets aid in passing EMC testing by attenuating EMI signals radiated from components and cables.