The 5G MoNArch (5G Mobile Network Architecture) research project has been launched by Nokia.
Select Fabricators Select-A-Shield RF/EMI shielding pouches shield portable transceivers from RF and microwave interference and/or emissions.
Australian technology has produced the world’s fastest backhaul radio, and it’s finding important markets overseas.
NEC Australia has launched iPASOLINK VR, a model in the iPASOLINK Series of ultracompact microwave communication systems that enables ultrahigh-capacity wireless transmission and is suitable for next-generation 5G networks.
The Cambium Networks PTP 820 is a point-to-point licensed microwave backhaul platform that enables network operators to meet accelerating demand for capacity cost-effectively under rapidly evolving conditions.
Wave1's EB80 is an advanced backhaul solution that offers high 70/80 GHz performance due to its highly integrated microwave monolithic integrated chip (MMIC) technology.
NEC Corporation has signed a multiple-year frame contract to supply Polish mobile operator Polkomtel with its iPasolink series in order to rebuild a nationwide mobile access network over the next three years.
ATI Australia provides custom-designed microwave radio systems which provide speeds from 10 Mbps up to a full 1 Gig/s for all applications including voice, video and data.
The Aprisa range from 4RF includes the XE point-to-point microwave link and the SR point-to-multipoint radio.
Microwaves have become part of our everyday life and are in wide use from ovens to message carrying. This article takes a broad look at these useful waves and how they can be used for WAN networking.
SAF CFIP Marathon is a wireless point-to-point microwave radio operating in the 1.5 GHz frequency band.
CFIP 24 GHz microwave radios are used for wireless point-to-point data and voice transfer over short distances up to 2.5 km.
The relentless march of next-generation wireless data services is beginning to strain backhaul infrastructure, as high data throughputs — and subscriber demand — consume network capacity.
The STLP 9149 from Schwarzbeck Elektronik is a stacked logarithmic-periodic broadband antenna for linear polarised Rx- and Tx applications in the microwave frequency range.
Aeroflex has boosted the frequency of the PN9276 microwave downconverter to 50 GHz to enable phase noise testing for higher frequency applications.