Internet of Things

IMS 2019 is a wrap

The International Microwave Symposium has wrapped up for another year of networking, account meetings, program discussions, and learning about new technologies and processes for everything RF/Microwave. This years show in Boston had a great layout, and host city. The breakouts, technical sessions and engagements were curated conveniently as well.

Elon Musk Says It's 'So Far, So Good' for SpaceX's 1st 60 Starlink Satellites

From Space.com:

SpaceX's internet-satellite megaconstellation appears to be off to a good start in low-Earth orbit.

The first 60 members of the company's Starlink network launched last night(May 23) atop a Falcon 9 rocket. The satellites deployed smoothly about an hour after liftoff, and they came online shortly thereafter, SpaceX founder and CEO Elon Musk announced via Twitter last night.

MilliBox x Sage Millimeter

SAGE Millimeter, a leader of millimeter wave antennas, components, sub-assembly designs, and manufacturing, based in Torrance, California uses MilliBox, the affordable and modular radiation pattern test chamber, to qualify their antenna designs and production. “MilliBox gives us the level of speed, flexibility and performance we need to enhance our in house antenna testing capabilities at reasonable price” said Yonghui Shu, founder and CTO of SAGE Millimeter.

QuantumFlow at IMS 2019 - Boston

The QF team will once again be in attendance at IMS this year alongside our lineup of suppliers. Feel free to reach out (hello@quantumflow.co) and schedule a meetup to discuss our services and linecard. We'll be there all week June 3rd-7th. 

SUPPLIER BOOTH - #

Microelectronics Products & Services (Northrop Grumman)  #823

Milliwave Silicon Solutions MilliBox  #2000 (5G Pavilion)

Trans-Tech / Skyworks  #424

Nova Microwave / Res-Net  #150

Microwave Applications Group  #1013

Polyfet RF Devices  #224

Intel Explains 5G, When It's Coming And Why It Will Be Huge

From Forbes:

Ten years ago, if you were a daily commuter, you'd struggle to do much more than watching a few pre-loaded movies or TV episodes or play single-player games on your smartphone as you traveled to work. Today, there are all manner of streaming services which, thanks to 4G, allow you to download and upload high-quality content straight to and from your mobile device.