The national and international spectrum usage has continued to undergo a constant cadence of change. These changes necessitate the need to continue to evolve your awareness of valuable spectrum allocation information. As evidenced recently in the U.S.: Analog TV has mostly gone quiet and replaced with Digital TV; the LORAN-C navigation system has been shut down; new GPS satellites and frequencies provide coverage to Smartphones; and the National Wireless Initiative is looking to actively refarm and commercialize over 500 MHz of spectrum for commercial high-speed wireless services.
February 01, 2023 by Rohde & Schwarz
This white paper is designed to provide you with a toolbox on how to look for, assess, and address jitter in your signal verification tasks. You will find real-world scenarios, recommended test and measurement solutions and more – all in a bite-sized format.
September 28, 2022 by Rohde & Schwarz
5G is a transformational technology designed to provide significant flexibility and support for a variety of use cases. In this white paper, we describe the emerging infrastructure trends of wireless networks for 4G, 5G, and beyond 5G.
June 30, 2022 by Rohde & Schwarz
IoT applications using wireless networks rely on the performance of wireless interfaces. Our eGuide helps you select, integrate and optimize the most suitable antenna for optimal performance. It will also highlight factors affecting antenna performance, from coverage and range to noise and interference – and much more.
April 01, 2022 by Rohde & Schwarz
MaaS is driving the need to add and improve features that support the heart of this new technology. This white paper explores how electronics and sensors are powering today's connected vehicles.
March 08, 2022 by Murata
By leveraging the features of the RSL10 Smart Shot Camera platform coupled with the IoTConnect® Platform, you can reduce the complexity of developing, deploying, provisioning and accessing your IoT image sensor endpoints.
February 02, 2022 by Avnet
The building blocks of cyber security are the basic elements needed to make an IoT device secure. It all begins with the root of trust which can be established by hardware within many of today’s embedded microprocessors or with dedicated Trusted Platform Modules (TPM).
February 02, 2022 by BG Networks
The next generation of all kinds of devices will rely heavily on new iterations of Wi-Fi technology, which will be more powerful, efficient, and complex than ever before. These developments and advancements will enable more connected homes, offices, and factories.
November 01, 2021 by Rohde & Schwarz