EDI CON China 2018, a conference and exhibition that brings together engineers working on high-frequency analog and high speed digital designs, taking place March 20-22, 2018 at the China National Convention Center, announces the lineup for its plenary keynote sessions at this year’s event.
Lime Microsystems has announced a project with ESA, which will see its LimeSDR platforms used to develop innovative satcoms solutions based on Software Defined Radio.
Microsemi Corporation announced the ZL70123, a new RF base station module for implantable devices utilizing the Medical Implant Communication Service (MICS) RF band. The new module was developed specifically for external controllers and monitors of implantable medical devices.
Blue Danube Systems announced it has successfully expanded the commercial deployment of its massive MIMO solution to multiple clustered cell sites, demonstrating total capacity improvements for directly adjoining sectors on existing LTE networks using current smartphones.
Anokiwave announced the next product in a new family of second generation 5G Silicon Quad Core ICs that enable 3GPP compliant base stations with the worldwide release of the 28 GHz AWMF-0157 IC.
Cobham Wireless has delivered the first city-wide digital DAS network, capable of supporting a wide range of indoor and outdoor smart city and IoT applications in Berlin.
NEC Corporation announced the start of verification experiments to achieve 5G wireless communications in cooperation with NTT DOCOMO, INC.
Toshiba Electronics Europe announced the development of TaRF10, a next generation TarfSOI CMOS process optimized for low-noise amplifiers in smartphone applications.
Movandi introduced and has started sampling an industry breakthrough and innovative approach to RF front-end design with its BeamX solutions for fixed and mobile networks.
Analog Devices announces LTC5594, a wideband, high linearity true zero-IF (ZIF) demodulator with 1 GHz instantaneous I and Q 1 dB bandwidth.
In its latest groundbreaking benchmarking study to identify the movers and losers in telco innovation, ABI Research has concluded that Asian telcos are leaders in innovation, followed by U.S. Tier Ones: AT&T and Verizon.
Comtech Telecommunications Corp. announced that during its second quarter of fiscal 2018, its Command and Control Technologies group was awarded an initial $11.7 million order to immediately provide several thousand of its next generation MT-2025 Mobile Satellite Transceivers in support of the U.S. Army’s Blue Force Tracking-2 (BFT-2) system.
Richardson RFPD Inc. announces its sponsorship of a workshop at Electronic Design Innovation Conference (EDI CON) China 2018.