Detector Diodes Support 5G Applications

RFMW, Ltd. announces design and sales support for a GaAs detector diode from Keysight Technologies. Available as a discrete, beam lead, the HSCH-9161 detector diode offers low junction capacitance of 0.035 pF and an fc >200 GHz making it ideal for medium-low barrier, zero

Kathrein SE to Sell Antenna and Filter Products Division to Ericsson

Kathrein intends to sell its antenna and filter business to Ericsson. Kathrein Products division, with approximately 4,000 employees in research and development, production, and sales at more than 20 locations worldwide, is expected to become part of Ericsson’s Business Area Networks in

PCTEL Accelerates Path to 5G with Enhanced Test Tools and CBRS Antennas

PCTEL, Inc. announced at Mobile World Congress an expanded line of CBRS antennas and enhanced testing capabilities to accelerate the deployment of 5G networks. PCTEL’s HBflex and IBflex scanning receivers are trusted by tier-1 operators to test 5G networks on sub-6 GHz and mmWave spectrum worldwide. The HBflex was used

New Antennas from CommScope Address Efficiency and Path to 5G

CommScope has introduced new 3.5 GHz-capable antennas for macro and small cell densification to help increase network capacity and migration to 5G. Customers deploying newly licensed spectrum bands will be able to increase capacity in existing LTE networks and prepare for future 5G

Continental Completes its Acquisition of Kathrein Automotive

Incorporating the automotive division of Rosenheim-based antenna and satellite technology manufacturer Kathrein is a move that will give Continental a key segment to add to its expertise. Intelligent vehicle antennas are the starting point for future-proof connectivity concepts in the vehicle interior

5G Smartphones Primed and Ready

In its latest complimentary white paper, “Substance behind the Hype: 5G Smartphones Primed and Ready for Fast Rollout,” business information provider IHS Markit explores how the global 5G transition is poised to take place at a faster pace than for any previous wireless generation transition. “It is