Mitsubishi Develops 28 GHz Massive-element Antenna and RF Module for 5G Base Stations

first_imgMitsubishi Electric has developed a compact massive-element antenna and RF module for the 28 GHz 5G radio base stations. The system achieves a wide 800 MHz bandwidth and wide-angle beamforming to provide high-speed, large-capacity communication, aiming at early commercialization of 5G. The status of development will be presented at the Brooklyn 5G Summit to be held in New York City from April 19 to 21, 2017.To accommodate the rapid increase in mobile traffic, and realize advanced services and applications, 5G technologies are being developed worldwide with the expectation of commercialization as early as 2020. 5G will deliver ultra-high-speed transmission of 20 Gbps, far exceeding the 3 Gbps rate specified for 4G. Two key technologies that will drive this technology are Massive Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (MIMO), which use high frequency bands to secure wide bandwidth, and MIMO, which spatially multiplexes multiple signals at the same time in the same frequency while compensating for large propagation loss in higher frequencies through the use of multi-element antennas. Mitsubishi Electric’s new antenna and RF module for 5G base stations will be used for Massive MIMO. This work includes is part of the research and development project for realization of the 5G mobile communications system, commissioned by Japan’s Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications.Key Features of the Massive-Element Antenna and RF Module:1) Wide bandwidth achieves high-speed, large-capacity communication Wideband high-frequency circuitry enables communication with a wide 800MHz bandwidth. 3) Compact antenna and RF module for easy installation Highly efficient integration of RF device realizes compact sizecenter_img Beam control technology is combined with a proprietary massive 256-element antenna and RF device. Wide-angle beam forming at ±45 degrees horizontally contributes to expanded area coverage. 2) Wide-angle beamforming expands area coveragelast_img read more

REPORT: Cavs and Celtics have reached agreement on trade

first_imgThe trade was put on hold when the health of Thomas came into question due to a hip injury that he suffered in March and re-aggravated in the Eastern Conference Finals.. Thomas took his physical in Cleveland last week, and the deadline for him to pass it was scheduled for Thursday morning at 10 a.m.Rumors swirled for the last week about what else the Cavs would be willing to accept from Boston in order to avoid vetoing the trade. Per Wojnarowski’s report, the Celtics repeatedly resisted the Cavs asks for another first-round pick.The stalemate came as a result of Cleveland believing that the Celtics were not upfront regarding Thomas’ health, while the Celtics maintained the exact opposite.According to Wojnarowski, Irving is expected to appear at a press conference in Boston on Friday. The Cleveland Cavaliers and Boston Celtics have reached an agreement in the Kyrie Irving trade, according to a release from the team.“In conjunction with finalizing the trade involving Kyrie Irving, Isaiah Thomas, Jae Crowder, Ante Zizic, and a 2018 [first]-round pick the Celtics acquired via Brooklyn, the Celtics and Cavaliers have agreed to modify the terms of the trade such that Boston will also send Miami’s 2020 [second]-round pick to Cleveland. The trade is now complete,” the team said in a joint release with the Celtics.Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN was the first to report the news on Wednesday night: Ashley Bastock Related TopicsBoston CelticsCleveland CavaliersKyrie Irving Trade Ashley is a former basketball player who covers the Cleveland Cavaliers, Indians and high school sports for NEO Sports Insiders. She also covers the Cavs for SB Nation’s Fear The Sword. Ashley is a 2015 graduate of John Carroll University and previously worked in political journalism. You can follow her on Twitter @AshleyBastock42last_img read more

Soldotna Budget Work Session Tomorrow

first_imgThe work session will be followed by the Soldotna City Council meeting starting at 6pm. Soldotna City Manager Mark Dixson….. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The city of Soldotna is hosting it’s annual budget work session tomorrow at 4pm at Soldotna City Hall.center_img Dixson: “We are going to have a work session from 4-6, and the public is invited. They can listen in as much as they want, and it will be all out in the public. last_img