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2012-01-09 Wave transmit IC cuts phase noise to -171dB
The CW01 is a four channel, low phase noise continuous wave transmit that features VDD and VLL undervoltage lockout, and high speed MOSFET gate driver
2007-11-26 picoChip unrolls single-chip WiMAX Wave 2 femtocell
The first single-chip WiMAX Wave 2 femtocell has been unveiled by picoChip
2007-06-21 Manufacturers ride the PON wave
It's getting crowded in the passive optical networks arena as manufacturers try to take a piece of action in the segment offering the only alternative for homes with multiple HDTV sets.
2010-11-30 A*STAR IME creates silicon-based millimeter-wave high-speed chips
Silicon may be used in millimeter-wave communications, according to researchers
2007-07-23 iPhone wave catches PC giants
Seeing their core businesses flatten out while sales of smart phones continue to boom, notebook PC giants Dell and HP have rolled out their own line of smart phones with features similar to that of Apple's iPhone.
2002-09-27 Carriers to adopt wave services to avert financial fiasco
Carriers will move to wavelength-managed services as a strategy for sheer survival and emergence from bankruptcy, the author of the G-MPLS standard said.
2011-12-28 Distortion measurements with performance spectrum analyzer
Learn how to perform distortion measurements using the Agilent Technologies performance spectrum analyzer series (model E4440A).
2002-03-01 Xtera DWDM system accommodates 240 10Gbps channels
Using proprietary Wide Reach Raman technology, the Nu-Wave DWDM system is claimed to support up to 240 10Gbps channels over a distance of up to 1,500km without electrical regeneration
2005-06-15 The first Metro Ethernet platforms that aggregate GbE links?
MRV Communications announced what it claims as the first carrier-class Metro Ethernet platforms that aggregate Gigabit Ethernet links, provision enhanced Ethernet/IP/MPLS services, and provide WDM long distance transport
2007-03-29 Rural China will be a critical market for optical comms
China's booming coastal cities are the current focus of optical communications growth, but rural villages could prove to be the largest optical market over the next decade.
2006-10-17 New software lib meets mobile WiMAX standards
Texas Instruments expands its WiMAX infrastructure solutions with its WiMAX Forum 802.16e Wave 1 Certification Library that meets mobile WiMAX standards
2005-02-23 Intel claims first single-chip silicon laser based on SOI
Intel described what it claims is the world's first silicon-based continuous-wave laser on a single chipbuild around SOI and other technologies
2005-08-04 First 42.98GHz spectrum analyzer debuts
Designed to address the needs of RF engineers, Agilent is adding what it says is the industry's first 42.98GHz spectrum analyzer to the company's existing PSA series spectrum analysis line-up.
2008-05-01 Consider real-world conditions in WiMAX MIMO test
To fully wring out a design and verify that worst-case results are still within specification, real life must be approximated as closely as possible, allowing for impairments and other channel artifacts that can affect BERs.
2005-09-16 UWB competitor squeezes more bits through limited spectrum
Hybrid technology combines aspects of narrowband carrier systems and low-powered wideband PPM
2005-08-08 UWB competitor brings more bits through limited spectrum
Hybrid technology combines aspects of narrowband carrier systems and low-powered wideband PPM
2009-08-12 VGAs integrate on-board CWD beamformers
The MAX2036/MAX2038 SiGe variable-gain amplifiers have on-board continuous-wave Doppler beamformers
2004-04-19 Service routers get chassis, QoS spin
Alcatel aims to reduce the size and expand the functionality of carrier networks with additions to its service edge routing product family
2003-12-01 RF fading stirs simulation, test issues
To calibrate the noise level to the incoming signal power, it is necessary to statistically determine the carrier power after fading, an expensive and time-consuming process
2006-12-01 Reduce RF noise effects in headphone amplifier
Audio amps are being increasingly exposed to strong RF electric fields. Many are not designed with high-frequency RF interference in mind and thus can inadvertently demodulate information from an RF carrier into the audio band. There are several ways to minimize RF noise effects
2007-06-27 Nokia business-class phones debut ahead of iPhone
Possibly an effort to avert the wave of publicity surrounding this week's launch of the Apple iPhone, Nokia announced Monday it has moved up the North American launch of its business-oriented E-phones
2005-02-21 Intel claims first single-chip silicon laser based on SOI
In what could disrupt the photonics space, Intel Corp. on Wednesday (Feb. 16) described what it claims is the world's first silicon-based continuous-wave laser on a single chip - built around silicon-on-insulator (SOI) and other technologies
2006-11-01 Firm takes optical burst switching to market
Matisse recently introduced a dual-node system that puts burst switching to practical use, based on a topology that's meant to compete with Internet Protocol (IP)-over-dense wave-division multiplexing (DWDM
2011-05-26 ClariPhy's 40G coherent chip now sampling
Based on its own ADC and DSP technology, ClariPhy's single CMOS chip dissipates about 16W and uses the coherent technique, which treats light like a radio wave, and uses phase and amplitude information
2008-10-13 Baseband chip expands connectivity to wireless apps
Radiospire Networks has released a wireless data transmission at 1.6Gbit/s using a carrier at 60GHz
2014-02-21 Artemis promises max connectivity in low mobility areas
Artemis Networks adopts interference in their technology to add to the carrier network's data capacity by using distributed antenna techniques
2015-01-07 4x4 WiFi chips boast dedicated DSP
Broadcom's BCM4366 for gateways and STBs incorporates multiple 802.11ac Wave 2 features including radio optimisation for high quality video over a wireless network
2005-05-30 UWB competitor squeezes more bits through limited spectrum
Which wireless technologies do you prefer? Ultra Wideband or xMax? You decide
2003-03-18 Taiyo Yuden develops chip antenna for UWB apps
Taiyo Yuden Co. Ltd has developed what it touts to be the world's first ceramic chip antenna for use in Ultra Wideband (UWB) apps.
2008-12-01 Save power with on-off keying
Amplitude shift-keying is a popular modulation technique in digital data comms. A further simplification of this method is on-off keying, as this article explains.
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