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High-speed data transmission and requirements for low latency demand implementations of narrow RF multi-channel designs and low interference with coexisting bands, in accordance with WiFi 6E and WiFi 7 / IEEE802.11ax standards.
Johanson Technology announces a tighter rejection 5.5 Gigahertz Bandpass Filter and a dual-band rooftop WiFi5 and WiFi6E, 6.1 Gigahertz, Bandpass Filter supporting WiFi 5.5 Gigahertz and WiFi 6E and WiFi 7 Gigahertz bands.
The 5.5G Gigahertz Bandpass Filter, EIA 1812 (4.5 x 3.2 metric) and operating frequencies of 5.1 Gigahertz through 5.8 Gigahertz (part number 5500BP44A0700), offers a 50dB attenuation with a coexisting 6 Gigahertz WiFi band.
The 6.1 Gigahertz SMD filter, EIA 0603 (1.6 x 0.8 metric) and operating frequencies of 5.17 Gigahertz through 7.125 Gigahertz (part number 6100BP14A1995), offers a 2 Gigahertz bandwidth solution with 0.9dB insertion loss suitable for highest antenna power transfer demands.
Dan Feinberg, Technology Editor, I-Connect007
What a difference a year makes. One year ago, those of us who cover and attend CES were going from one press conference to the next; this year, we are at home going from link to link. Confusing and challenging, yes, but there are some advantages: no masks, only five steps to get to a restroom, being able to have three of four events or more displaying on your screens at the same time and being able to download press kits as needed. So far, many new devices are being introduced, but of course, they are all online, so you wonder if some of them really exist or are truly operational as yet.
A growing number of applications, including smartphone cameras, depend on microlenses to boost performance. A newly developed technology, called laser catapulting, could make it much easier and less expensive to fabricate these miniaturized lenses with customized properties, such as shape or focusing power.
DARPA’s High-speed Optimized Handling of Holiday Operations (HO HO HO) initiative is celebrating its fourth anniversary this year, and the Agency is proud to continue its tradition of sharing breakthrough technologies to help Santa Claus and his elves more quickly and efficiently complete their holiday duties.