Posts tagged with: high

TracFone concerns still run high for consumer groups

Correspondence at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) over the past week underscores that consumer groups are still very much concerned about what happens if TracFone gets acquired by Verizon even though the operator promises to serve the public interest. Verizon...

The Importance of Cabling in Probe Stations for High Frequency 5G Applications

Probe stations allow a user to position electrical, optical or RF probes on a silicon wafer and connect them to a Vector Network Analyzer (VNA) so that the device can be tested. Using high-end cabling in a probe station is...

Engineering Ambition Can Be Scary – Development of High Power GaN Transistors

A heavy tension hung in the air as the RFHIC test group prepared to switch on their new 600 watt transistor. Engineers in the room huddled behind chairs and under desks to avoid any arcs or sparks as the test began....

CBRS auction starts off strong, with high demand in first round

The FCC wrapped up the first round of the 3.5 GHz spectrum auction on Thursday, with 271 qualified bidders and strong demand. Gross proceeds as of round 1 in Auction 105 totaled $357,344,200. Many more rounds of bidding are expected...