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Keysight Technologies Introduces Type-C Test Fixtures with Industry's Highest Signal Integrity

Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Keysight Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: KEYS) today introduced the industry's highest-signal-integrity Type-C test fixtures for high-speed differential bus probing. The Keysight N7015A high-speed test fixture provides best-in-class performance up to 30 GHz of bandwidth, enabling engineers to verify and debug USB 3.1 Gen 2 designs and designs using other high-speed signal standards that support the Type-C connector.

New Frontiers of Cognitive Networking

Monday, September 21, 2015

Most of us use many devices — perhaps too many — throughout the day: A smartphone at home and then at the cafe around the corner, a laptop computer at work and maybe a tablet or e-reader in the evening. That's not counting all of the other possible "smart" devices at our fingertips, such as health monitors, fitness trackers and smart watches.

Terahertz breakthrough allows for ultrafast wireless communications

Monday, September 21, 2015

By Calum Williams 

A collaboration between US and Japanese researchers, have developed a key component in order to enable wireless communications which operate up to 100x faster than current generation routers. Current wireless communications operate at microwave frequencies, however as the demand for faster speeds and larger bandwidths increases, scientists are looking for ways to alleviate the communication bottleneck. Between the microwave and infrared part of the electromagnetic spectrum lies an appealing candidate: Terahertz (THz) radiation.

Body Talk With Magnets

Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Want to send your total number of steps from your Fitbit without eating up battery life, or communicate between your iPhone and your Apple watch with no fear of eavesdropping? Engineers in California say the best way for wearable devices to talk amongst themselves is by sending magnetic fields through the wearer’s body.

Mouth guard monitors health markers, transmits information wirelessly to smart phone

Monday, August 31, 2015

Engineers at the University of California, San Diego, have developed a mouth guard that can monitor health markers, such as lactate, cortisol and uric acid, in saliva and transmit the information wirelessly to a smart phone, laptop or tablet.

Top 9 Companies Leading The Digital Health In 2015

Thursday, August 27, 2015

by LAURENTI DE' MEDICI

The last five years have seen significant changes in the global healthcare market. Innovative approach to health and care delivery emerge daily, while the use of technology improves efficiency and workflow in healthcare environments. Technology and the positive impact it brings are becoming widely recognised by worldwide Governments as well. Old, classic, ancient healthcare systems  are making way – thanks to analytics, interoperability and latest technological innovations – to new, modern, digital, healthcare systems.

ViaSat - Security-System-on-a-Chip Leads the Way in Government Security for Combat Networking

Monday, August 24, 2015

PRNewswire/ -- ViaSat Inc. (NASDAQ: VSAT), a global broadband services and technology company, has received National Security Agency (NSA) certification of its KOV-55 Security-System-on-a-Chip to secure voice and data up to the Top Secret level for Multifunctional Information Distribution System Low-Volume Terminals (MIDS LVT) operating over a Link 16 network. This is the first certification of its kind, paving the way for Link 16 crypto modernization to enable secure interoperability with legacy and future combat networking waveforms.

Move over 4G. The next-generation of wireless —5G— is coming

Thursday, August 20, 2015

Engineers creating 5G technologies need to be in closer communication with one another and with the developers of future 5G applications.Two recent forums organized by the UC San Diego Center for Wireless Communications addressed these issues. The more recent event brought together experts from academia, industry and government to share insights, best practices and research questions pertaining to wireless systems and applications.

San Diego Super Model

Monday, June 1, 2015

The only thing that might be more frustrating than having your Wifi go out when you are trying to read an important email is not having access to Wifi at all. As the world becomes more and more dependent on Internet-enabled and other wireless devices, from smart phones and tablets to baby monitors and bluetooth peripherals, the range of available airwaves is rapidly shrinking.

Millimeter Waves and Power Challenges

Thursday, May 28, 2015

Speakers at the 5G Forum hosted by the Center for Wireless Communications (CWC) at UC San Diego discussed the various directions that 5G technology is headed towards. These included a future in mobile and remote health care, smart cities, and increased mobile connectivity.

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