Wi-Fi 6E: the new kid on the block

There are two possibilities to get more data at higher speeds through the air: more bandwidth (more frequency bands) or more sophisticated radio communication (more megabits per MHz).

Optimizing for Wi-Fi 6

With the rise in data throughput (four times greater than Wi-Fi 5) and the larger number of users per node (four times the Wi-Fi 5 capacity), the RF design portion of a Wi-Fi end-product has increased in complexity.

Survival of the fIoTtest

In a world where every meter or second counts, people are likely to jump at the opportunity to optimize their efforts.

Qorvo collects Cavendish Kinetics

Cavendish Kinetics was founded in 1994 by professor Charles Smith as a spin-off from the University of Cambridge’s Cavendish Laboratory.