15 December 2015 Nicola Logli Cobham Wireless

Small cells highlight need for realistic network validation

Nicola Logli, Senior Product Manager for TM500 network tester family Cobham Wireless, looks at why proper test validation is essential for any cellular network.

Small cells
08 December 2015 Gary Bocock XP Power

External power supplies & energy efficiency legislation

Gary Bocock, looks at how legislation is changing the requirements for energy efficient operation of power supplies across the world.

Power supplies must conform to energy legislation limits
07 November 2015 George Acris Microlease

Test Challenges of Modern Day Networks

Contemporary society so heavily fixated on the transfer, manipulation and sharing of large quantities of data. As a consequence of this, exacting pressures are starting to be placed upon existing communication infrastructure.

Network challenges
07 October 2015 Mike Salas Ambiq Micro

5G talk begins: do we need 5G for the IoT?

With 5G now firmly on the horizon what will be the requirements and will we need 5G for the Internet of Things, IoT?

5G and the Internet of Things IoT
11 September 2015 Toshiba Electronics Europe

Getting to know your photocoupler

Key phases and characteristics that you need to be aware of.

Photocoupler characteristics
27 August 2015 Toshiba

Promising Future Ahead for Wireless Charging According to IHS

Toshiba Electronics Europe looks towards the future of wireless charging and the development of the technology.

Wirelss charging
19 August 2015 Richard Edgar Imagination Technologies

Mix-&-match for 5G roll out

Richard Edgar from Imagination Technologies argues that a multi-standard approach will be needed for next-generation 5G wireless mobile standard.

5G Mobile Telecommunications
11 August 2015 Tim Bonnett Alpha Micro Components

Six Good Reasons to Use Multiradio Modules

The number of wireless standards available for the Internet of Things, IoT, means that multi-radio interfaces will be needed for many applications.

Internet of Things wireless protocols
30 July 2015 Martin Hägerdal Ericsson AB

Energy performance is key to 5G networks

The development of advanced mobile communications systems like 5G is not simply about delivering ever-higher data rates and increased network capacity. Now, more than ever, energy efficiency is becoming a vital consideration.

<p>The development of advanced mobile communications systems like 5G is not simply about delivering ever-higher data rates and increased network capacity. Now, more than ever, energy efficiency is becoming a vital consideration. Much has been written about the motivation for this, to reduce operational and ownership costs, as well as the means for achieving the performance improvements these new system architectures demand. Some of this bears repeating briefly below but underpinning the successful rollout o
28 July 2015 Ian Poole radio-electronics.com

IoT set to grow - but will every idea succeed?

IoT set to grow - but will every idea succeed?

The Internet of Things
27 July 2015 Alexander Damisch Wind River

Embrace IoT and transform your business

There is no doubt that IoT has created a marketing storm. The phrase has eclipsed machine-to-machine (M2M) connectivity in many ways, and there also seems to be a misconception regarding the purpose of both.

Internet of things

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