39 GHz 5G Transceiver Prototype Successfully Demonstrated

first_imgStraight Path Communications announced that its subsidiary, Straight Path Ventures has successfully demonstrated a 39 GHz 5G Transceiver prototype at its Gigabit Mobility Lab in Plano, Texas. The prototype unit supports the entire 39 GHz band. The indoor test demonstrated wireless transmission of a 500 MHz wideband signal with 64-QAM modulation and beamforming.The transceiver system consists of 144 antenna elements (72 for transmitter and 72 for receiver) and 8 transceiver chains. Each transceiver unit provides 90-degree sector coverage and can dynamically form beams with half-power-beam-width as low as 10 degrees within coverage. The prototype has a compact form factor (12” x 8” x 5.5”), weighs less than 7 lbs., and consumes less than 100 watts.However, this transceiver is only in the developmental stage, there are no guarantees that the efforts will result in the development of a commercially viable product, and Straight Path may discontinue development at any time as results and prospects warrant.last_img read more

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8-Bit Programmable Digital Phase Shifters from 0.5 to 18 GHz

first_imgFairview Microwave has introduced a new series of 8-bit programmable digital phase shifters that are adjustable over a full 360 degree range. The series consists of three models that can produce a discrete set of phase states of up to 256 total steps in 1.4 degree increments with excellent accuracy and minimal phase shift error. These digitally controlled analog phase shifters cover broadband microwave and millimeter wave frequencies from 0.5 GHz to 18 GHz. They are ideal building block components for aerospace and defense radar and EW applications involving phased-array antennas, phase discriminators, beam forming networks and RF communication systems.The phase shifters feature an 8-bit TTL digital-to-analog converter that allows phase states to be precisely controlled. The integrated hybrid MIC design architecture provides greater immunity to noise on control lines, delivers more uniform performance from unit-to-unit and achieves a flatter phase response over a wider frequency bandwidth with higher power handling and improved linearity performance.Typical phase shift error ranges from +/- 0.9 to +/- 4.5 degrees over 8 binary increments with fast switching speed performance from 30 to 265 nsec. Maximum input (CW) power varies from +13 dBm to +30 dBm, depending on the model. The packages are compact and environmentally sealed with field-replaceable SMA or 2.92 mm connectors, and sub-miniature D multi-pin connectors for the power/logic controls. These models are designed to meet MIL-STD-202F requirements for temperature cycle, humidity, shock, altitude and vibration.The new 8-bit programmable phase shifters are in-stock and ready for immediate shipment with no minimum order quantity. For detailed information on these products, click here.last_img read more

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Sivers IMA Announces 5G Partnership with Swedish EMS Partner, NOTE

first_imgSivers IMA has partnered with the Swedish EMS (Electronic Manufacturing Services) partner, NOTE, for volume delivery of 5G products. NOTE is a leading northern European manufacturing partner with an international platform for manufacturing electronics-based products that require high technology competence and flexibility through product lifecycles.According to Anders Storm, the CEO of Sivers IMA, the company is through with the design phase and hopes to see the first series of orders in the second half of this year. To begin with, they expect to see orders for unlicensed 5G solutions and for licensed 5G products when it has products ready for volume production.Series production with regards to unlicensed 5G is expected to begin in the second half of 2019 and for licensed 5G products production is expected to start in 2020. When volumes ramp up, the partnership is expected to expand beyond Sweden. Sivers has partnered with NOTE before and chose the company also for its 5G products as they were able to meet the high quality demands in the design process. Furthermore, Sivers will be able to grow their production capacity together with NOTE outside of Sweden as volumes ramp up.This is a perfect example of a NOTE partnership where they get involved early in the customer’s design process and thereafter, as volumes ramp up, continue to support the customer, both from Sweden and from even more cost-efficient sites such as China. The company follows customers through the complete product lifecycle, from design to after-sales.NOTE is one of northern Europe’s leading EMS partners, producing PCBAs, subassemblies and box-build products. The company’s offering covers the complete product lifecycle, from design to after-sales. It has a presence in Sweden, Finland, the UK, Estonia and China.last_img read more

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Mizuno, Senda grab national titles

first_imgIn the women’s competition, Senda earned 91.38, far bettering Ai Kaneko’s 67.70 and Kayo Itsumi’s 53.71. INAWASHIRO, Fukushima Pref. – World championship representative Ken Mizuno captured his first aerials title while Naomi Senda won her first women’s crown on Thursday, the final day of the freestyle skiing national championships. Mizuno tallied 158.59 points for the title.Satoru Segami placed second with 142.35, and third place went to Fumiaki Nishikawa with 133.65 in Inawashiro, Fukushima Prefecture. GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMEScenter_img IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5last_img

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Wallabies are favourites for Bledisloe Cup: Hansen

first_imgRUGBY UNION Fair dinkum? After naming another predictably powerful squad, All Blacks coach Steve Hansen has started the mind games early by declaring the Wallabies favourites for the Bledisloe Cup. Australia, of course, is in the midst of a now 16 year Bledisloe drought but that didn’t stop Hansen from doing his best to keep his champion team on edge. He pointed to the Wallabies’ win in last year’s Bledisloe dead rubber in Brisbane as evidence for Australian optimism for the series which kicks off in Sydney on August 18. “After the Rugby World Cup, this is the most important trophy we play for,” Hansen said. “We lost to Australia the last time we played them, so no doubt they’ll have a lot of self confidence and are worthy of starting as favourites.” The bookmakers don’t share Hansen’s view. Sportsbet.com.au have New Zealand at $1.06 to retain the massive cup with Australia $9. Hansen named a 35 man squad for the Rugby Championship with hooker Liam Coltman and centre Ngani Laumape included as cover for the injured Dane Coles and Sonny Bill Williams. The two major casualties are Hurricanes forwards Jeff Toomaga-Allen and Vaea Fifita, who have been forced out by Tim Perry and Jackson Hemopo. But the two names of most concern to Wallabies coach Michael Cheika will be returning captain Kieran Read and lock Brodie Retallick. The two world class forwards missed June’s 3-0 clean sweep of France with injury. Injured forwards Kane Hames, Nepo Laulala, Atu Moli and Jordan Taufua were fringe players not considered for selection. “The selectors found this an incredibly difficult squad to select,” Hansen said. “It has to be noted that there are some very good players who have not made the squad. “However, as we’ve seen in previous campaigns, a number of these players will get an opportunity through injury, just like Liam and Ngani already. “One of the positives of having such a talented pool to select from is that it creates natural competition, not only for spots in the Rugby Championship squad, but also the matchday 23. “That competition should remove any feelings of complacency within our playing group.” The All Blacks will assemble in Christchurch on Thursday before having a hit out against Canterbury and Otago in the annual ‘game of three halves’ match at AMI Stadium on Friday. A squad of 32 will fly to Sydney on Sunday to prepare for the first Bledisloe Test. “Whilst last year was about growing depth – and we’ll need to continue to do that in some positions – this year is more about growing our game and our player combinations within that,” Hansen said. “By the end of the year, we should have a clearer picture of who and what will be needed for next year’s Rugby World Cup campaign. “Both Australia and South Africa appear to have grown their games and will come at us with real energy and conviction, while the Argentinians have a new coaching group, which will present new challenges. “We’ll need to once again raise the bar across the board when it comes to our preparation, our skill levels and how we handle pressure.last_img read more

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Rox General Manager Mike Johnson On Return To Play [PODCAST]

first_img 720p HD 1080p HD Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip About Connatix V56490 The St. Cloud Rox will return to the field on July 1st as part of a five-team ‘pod’ including Willmar, Mankato, Waterloo and Rochester. The Rox will play their first game at Joe Faber Field on July 2nd.Rox General Manager Mike Johnson joined WJON Monday afternoon to discuss the details of the season, including the schedule, capacity, ticket availability, player pool and format.”Hang Up and Listen” with Dave Overlund airs Monday through Friday from 1-2 p.m. on WJON. 360p 1/1 Auto (360p) About Connatix V56490last_img read more

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Watford signing says joining club could give him advantage over rivals

first_imgDahlberg signed for Watford in January, but was loaned straight back to IFK Goteborg for the remainder of last season.Speaking to Expressen, Dahlberg was asked about becoming Sweden’s first choice goalkeeper: “Robin (Olsen) is good, tough to compete with. You must believe in yourself and try to do as well as possible. Becoming a prime goalkeeper in the Premier League is an advantage.”The 19 year old joined Watford in January for an undisclosed fee, but it’s been suggested it was around 35m Krona (about £3.1m), a record for a Swedish goalkeeper.Dahlberg will finally meet with his new Watford teammates when they return for preseason training and it’s expected in Sweden he will be challenging for a regular place in the Premier League side’s starting eleven.Embed from Getty ImagesDespite just missing out on being selected for Sweden’s World Cup squad the player will be looking to become their No.1 in the coming years.The youngster is highly rated in his home country and was IFK’s first choice last season, despite his age.NDby Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksTrending TodayForge of Empires – Free Online GameChallenge Your Brain With This Must-Play Strategy Game. No Install.Forge of Empires – Free Online GameUndoRaid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadEven Non-Gamers Are Obsessed With This RPG Game (It’s Worth Installing!)Raid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadUndo聽多多 Hearmore.asia1969年前出生的香港居民現可免費試戴頂尖的歐洲助聽器聽多多 Hearmore.asiaUndoCoworking Space | Search AdsThe cost of shared office in Hong Kong might surprise youCoworking Space | Search AdsUndoTheTopFiveVPNEnjoy Netflix Now Without Any RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPNUndo美術寶1對1香港媽媽們注意了,速來領取適合4-12歲孩子的繪畫課,手慢無美術寶1對1UndoSingles50Hong Kong: A 40+ Dating Site That Actually Works!Singles50Undo熱門話題小心會瘦過快…網友推爆:「真的瘦的超誇張!」熱門話題UndoSmart Tech TrendSelf Adjusting Glasses Take Hong Kong by StormSmart Tech TrendUndo Watford goalkeeper Pontus Dahlberg has told the Swedish media playing in the Premier League will give him a better chance of becoming his country’s No.1.last_img read more

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Out of Europe for 2 years? The future of Man City…

first_imgMore on the topicManchester City enters a key week in an attempt to prove themselves right. The club started its fight against UEFA in the Sports Arbitration Court in Lausanne.In February, the European Football Headquarters banned “citizens” from participating in European tournaments for the next two seasons for violating financial fair play, and the club was fined 30 million euros.The English team is appealing this penalty, and in the next 3 days the Court will hear both parties by video conference.According to UEFA, City have violated the rules by increasing their sponsorship income in the documents provided for the period 2012-2016.The club has hired high-ranking lawyers for its defense, and a decision on the future of the “citizens” will be made in August. If the penalty is upheld, a loss of 100m euros is forecast for the two seasons without European matches.last_img read more

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This Day in History: Monty Alexander

first_imgMonty AlexanderBy: Cerone WhiteOn this day in Caribbean history, June 6, 1944, Montgomery “Monty” Bernard Alexander, a Jazz pianist, was born in Kingston, Jamaica,. The acclaimed singer and song writer discovered the piano at the age of four and at age six, after taking lessons in classical music, he became interested in Jazz. At fourteen Monty began showcasing his skills in the club scene and soon people started to take notice of his talent. After seeing performances by Louise Armstrong and Nat King Cole at the Carib Theater in Jamaica, it gave him the drive to continue his passion and continue in his dream.Alexander and his family moved to Miami in 1961 and shortly after he started to play at Jilly Rizzo jazz club. In 1964 Alexander released his first album “Alexander the Great” for Pacific Jazz. Motny spent five decades infusing American Jazz and Jamaican roots even entering the Jamaican club scene playing piano and then as the leader of Monty and the Cyclones in the late 1960s. In the 70s Alexander formed a group where he created a stir in the jazz-scene in Europe. The Jazz pianist was married to American jazz guitarist Emily Remler in 1981.The couple divorced in 1985 and currently Monty is living in New York with his wife and Italian jazz singer Catarina Zapponi.last_img read more

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Betcade aims to become first ‘dedicated betting app store’ for Android users

first_imgShare Paytm First Games reveals two-tournament India esports launch April 24, 2020 David ChangPasadena (California) based start-up Betcade is aiming to open up the world of ‘real money’ gaming apps for Android users.To date main Android app store Google Play has not permitted the promotion or downloading of betting/gambling apps directly from its shop inventory.Android users wishing to purchase betting apps have had to configure their downloads via the betting operator’s website or using third party ‘instalment configuration’ apps, thus creating a complicated route to market for customers.Led by former Gamblit Gaming CMO David Chang, Betcade aims to become the first marketplace for ‘real-money’ gaming apps, simplifying the installation process of betting services for Android users.Speaking to technology news source Ventrurebeat, Chang outlined that he wanted his firm to become a trusted source for Android users seeking betting apps. Chang further declared that Betcade would maintain high standards addressing complex industry issued with regards to distribution, discovery, payment, management, and security.Outlining the start-ups first commercial steps, Chang stated that Betcade will look to fully launch its services for the UK market by July 2016, the start-up has already launched its ‘early access program’ for partners wishing to join its services.As a dedicated betting app market place Betcade will allow users to easily search review and install apps. The Android store will further display app rankings, current promotions and payment processing options for users on its listings. BetBlocker develops mobile feature to block gambling sites July 3, 2019 Share Submit Related Articles BETR readies itself for start of new football season August 9, 2018 StumbleUponlast_img read more

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