2020-05-28 - Strategy Analytics

Electronic Warfare Spending Expected to Exceed $23Bn in 2028

Evolving system requirements result in strong growth in GaN revenue...

2020-05-25 - Tektronix

Accelerate Your RF/Wireless Design with Tektronix Solutions

Tektronix delivers the expertise, as well as the signal generation and analysis capabilities required to overcome the most challenging RF, wireless and microwave design challenges with total confidence...

2020-05-18 - STMicroelectronics

STMicroelectronics Joins Zhaga Consortium

ST announced that it has become an Associate member of the Zhaga Consortium to advance the deployment of NFC technology in the industrial lighting market...

2020-04-06 - Junko Yoshida

Seeking New Wafer Material for 5G

With 5G, the complexity of RF front-end modules is increasing at a bewildering pace. More antennas, more PAs, more filters are coming into modules, while each using different materials, beyond silicon, to improve quality

2020-01-15 - STMicroelectronics

ST’s First LoRa SoC for Connecting Smart Devices

STMicroelectronics' STM32 System-on-Chip Accelerates Creation of Smart Devices with LoRa® IoT Connections

2017-08-04 - Fairview Microwave

VCOs cover 10–4,350MHz frequency band

The oscillators come in a 0.5in hermetically sealed surface mount package designed to meet MIL-STD-883 and MIL-STD-202 environmental test conditions.

2017-04-01 - Vivek Nanda

Maxlinear eyes Exar with $700 million in hand

The acquisition will help Maxlinear diversify revenues by end-customers and addressable markets and expand its analog and mixed-signal area of play.

2017-01-25 - AVX

15W filters attenuate in 512MHz-1.8GHz wireless apps

With 2816 chip size, 1mm height and thin-film multilayer construction, the 15W filters deliver low insertion loss and sharp attenuation.

2016-09-04 - Graham Prophet

Module allows NFC to wake up BLE from zero-power standby

The module enables robust Bluetooth low energy central and peripheral nodes to be built with low total bill-of-material costs.

2016-08-22 - Vishay Intertechnology

IR receivers offer up to 45° sensitivity

To simplify designs, the devices feature a photo detector, preamplifier circuit, and IR filter in a single 3-pin epoxy package.