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RF DEVICES & TECHNOLOGIES

The 5th generation of cellular networks is anticipated to arrive in the timeframe of the next 2-5 years, enabling Gbps datarates and a plethora of new applications and services. One of the key drivers for developing such speed is high resolution video demand (4K, 8K etc.) over mobile devices.

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Every once in a long while, a new technology comes along that redefines the boundaries and assumptions that came before it. While it is still being extensively tested, 5G NR mmWave is emerging as a key technology that could define the next big moment in the mobile industry, ushering in the next generation of user experiences and significantly increasing network capacity.

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Series C investments from Samsung Venture Investment and leading IDMs and OEMs reflect commitment to Reno’s radically better subsystem technologies. Reno Sub-Systems (Reno), a developer of high-performance radio frequency (RF) matching networks, RF power generators and gas flow management systems for semiconductor manufacturing, announced it has closed its Series C funding.

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The emerging 5G wireless communication standard will bring wholesale change, from services to device technologies shaping new wireless infrastructure, and in the associated supply chain. Yole Développement (Yole) now highlights the technology and market trends 5G is driving in one new report: “5G’s impact on the RF front-end industry: How will wireless infrastructure and cell phone terminals change in the next decade?”. Yole also explores how the system-in-package (SiP) platform will enable such changes in an accompanying report, “Advanced RF System-in-Package for Cell Phones”.

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Who cares about an OLED and a notch when your phone can sip power from its surroundings, allowing you to make calls without ever having to charge your phone. This wild cellphone is part of a Google Faculty Research program and received three U.S. National Science Foundation grants for total investment of about $2 million.

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Continental announced that it will accelerate initiatives based on Cellular Vehicle-to-Everything (C-V2X) technologies and that the Company will conduct C-V2X field trials in select regions across the globe. 

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