Physicists have successfully converted electrical signals into photons and radiated them in specific directions using a low-footprint optical antenna that is only 800 nm in size.
The ADFA 2 is Narda Safety Test Solutions' second automatic direction finding antenna, with a frequency range that has been increased by more than three times.
The first tangible evidence of 5G infrastructure has not been in mobile network base stations but rather in the Verizon fixed-wireless access (FWA) base stations for very high-speed broadband delivery to homes and businesses.
Researchers have designed silicon nanoantennas with direct applications in communication and data processing for the next generation of reconfigurable photonic chips.
Researchers have developed ubiquitous, robust, flexible, interoperable and cost-effective wireless network technology that operates in previously unused high-frequency bands.
Antenova has added an ultra-compact dual-band Wi-Fi antenna to its range of tiny embedded antennas. It has been developed for the 4.9–5.9 GHz frequency, which is less cluttered than 2.4–2.5 GHz and gives enhanced performance with less interference.
NTT DOCOMO, AGC and Ericsson have achieved 5G mobile telecommunications using an antenna embedded in synthetic fused silica glass to transmit and receive 28 GHz 5G radio signals.
The latest positioning antenna from Antenova, known as Raptor, is designed to achieve a high level of accuracy in the GNSS bands, pinpointing location to within centimetres.
Antenova has introduced an online forum where product designers can consult with industry experts and other designers to get help with integrating antennas and RF into their product designs.
Researchers have been exploring the use of spin waves as an alternative for transporting information in compact microchips, in order to keep up with the data demands of the future.
Narda Safety Test Solutions has developed an automatic direction-finding antenna (ADFA) that delivers stable results quickly. Insensitive to reflections, it precisely determines the direction of a detected signal.
Thanks to a breakthrough from Drexel University's College of Engineering, installing an antenna could soon be as easy as applying some bug spray.
For the medical industry, the future is now when it comes to miniature battery-powered sensor devices that can be located near, attached to or implanted in the body.
The triple-band Wi-Fi antenna from Molex is designed to penetrate areas of interference and deliver internet connectivity to places where walls and barriers present a challenge.
MARS Antennas has introduced the MA-WO6960-DP6DIN Multi Band Dual Pol Omni Antenna, covering all the bands for 2G, 2.5G, 3G and 4G cellular, as well as UHF (806-960 MHz), LTE (698-806 MHz), ISM, WLAN, UNII, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi bands.