Beam-switching transceiver

Scientists from the Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo Tech) and NEC have announced that they have jointly developed a 28-GHz phased-array transceiver that supports efficient and reliable 5G communications.

  • Scientists develop new fast-beam-switching transceiver

    Scientists from the Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo Tech) and NEC have announced that they have jointly developed a 28-GHz phased-array transceiver that supports efficient and reliable 5G communications.

    According to the team behind the ...
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  • KAMIC announces acquisition of Talema Group

    KAMIC has announced that it has acquired the Talema Group, a leading manufacturer of magnetic components such as transformers, toroids, inductors and chokes with associated design work.

    The majority of components are developed specifically for ...
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  • designLED Products acquired by Faurecia

    LED lighting technology company, designLED Products, has announced that it has been acquired by Faurecia for an undisclosed sum.

    Based in Livingston, Scotland, designLED has developed a range of advanced, flexible technologies that are intended for ...
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  • LiDAR solution looks to address transportation infrastructure monitoring

    Toshiba has unveiled an updated version of its solid-state LiDAR solution which now supports a maximum detection range of 200m and delivers much higher levels of resolution.

    According to Toshiba, the upgraded performance of the LiDAR unit will ...
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