With a single multi standard radio (MSR) base station unit now able to transmit GSM, WCDMA, and LTE multiple carriers simultaneously, the accurate and efficient testing of those MSR base station transmitter devices has become critical to their success.
Researchers have an opportunity to develop software according to the STRS architecture for radios for a new, flexible testbed on the International Space Station while reconfiguring how the radios communicate on-orbit.
Smartphones have become essential tools to many consumers—acting as a phone, camera, e-mail provider, schedule-keeper, and social-media enabler, among other things. Given that consumers are increasingly using their smartphones to take photos and videos, it is only natural that they should be enabled to easily share them with an audience via a bigger screen.
Missile defense systems must identify and respond to incoming threats in a short amount of time. Although they have reached great heights, US missile-defense efforts have thus far been contained to land. Recently, however, a US Army and Navy test demonstrated that Raytheon Co.’s Joint Land Attack/Cruise Missile Defense Elevated Netted Sensors (JLENS) can integrate with the defensive systems currently in the Navy’s inventory.
GaN Roundtable: The State of GaN Reliability Today
Wednesday, April 3rd, 2013, 2:00 pm ET. Gallium nitride (GaN) has come a long way over the past few years in terms of affordability, industry acceptance and, in particular, reliability. In this webcast roundtable, a panel of expert speakers will assess the current state of GaN reliability, along with offering predictions for its future.
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Agilent Technologies Complex Modulation Generation with Low Cost Arbitrary Waveform Generators - Agilent's Trueform Architecture for Wireless Applications
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