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RF DEVICES & TECHNOLOGIES

Highly integrated products enable operators to cost-effectively implement infrastructure from Ma-MIMO to millimeter wave.

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Technology expected to pioneer utilization of unexplored terahertz wave frequencies. Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (NTT; head office: Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo; president & CEO: Hiroo Unoura), and Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo Tech; head office: Meguro-ku, Tokyo; president: Kazuya Masu), have jointly developed an ultra high-speed IC for wireless front-end that operates on a terahertz frequency band, and in the 300 GHz band they have succeeded in developing the world's fastest 100 gigabit per second wireless transmission data rate.

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Devices move from detection to measurement, and then to overall perceptual awareness.

A generally good macro-economic environment
According to Yole Développement latest report Status of the MEMS Industry 2018, 2017 was a growth year for the global semiconductor industry. Earnings were driven by increasing memory prices, a boost from cryptocurrencies, increasing adoption of graphics processing units (GPUs) by data centers and cloud companies for artificial intelligence (AI) tasks, and the popularity of e-sports.

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Ideal for 5G Test and Measurement Applications, the 50 GHz DSA Exemplifies pSemi's High-Performance Capabilities at mmWave Frequencies.  INTERNATIONAL MICROWAVE SYMPOSIUM (IMS) – pSemiTM Corporation (formerly Peregrine Semiconductor), a Murata company focused on semiconductor integration, will showcase its 5G millimeter (mmWave) products at IMS booth #1349. These 5G mmWave parts include a 40 GHz switch, two 60 GHz switches and, now, a 50 GHz DSA. This mmWave DSA is the world's first single-chip digital step attenuator (DSA) to support the entire 9 kHz to 50 GHz frequency range. The pSemi mmWave products deliver excellent performance across a wide frequency range.

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Qualcomm Technologies is teaming with Panasonic and Ford Motor Company to deploy Cellular Vehicle-to-Everything (C-V2X) technologies in Colorado, marking the first U.S. deployment of C-V2X technology. The participants plan to assess C-V2X capabilities this summer on select roadways throughout Panasonic’s CityNOW headquarters in Denver, which will be followed by deployment in select areas along the I-70 corridor later in the year. The project is an extension of a previously announced partnership between the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) and Panasonic.

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An article written by Junko Yoshida for EETIMES - The limitations of automotive radar systems are well known. Traditional radar lacks resolution and can’t distinguish nearby objects. Radars are also known to sound false alarms and they consistently fail to process information fast enough to be helpful on the highway. However, automotive experts also recognize the redeeming virtues of radar technology, most notably its ability to work in all weather conditions. They believe that radars can team with vision sensors as the critical sensing technologies going into highly automated vehicles.

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