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Mitsubishi makes 50W silicon RF MOSFET for two-way radios

Japanese electronics giant Mitsubishi Electric has launched a new 50W silicon radio-frequency (RF) high-power metal-oxide semiconductor field-effect transistor (MOSFET) module for use in high-frequency power amplifiers of commercial two-way radios.

The model, which ...

New PoC product from Hytera

Hytera has launched a new PTT over cellular device - the MNC360 - designed for use in the transportation sector.

Describing the product features, a spokesperson for the company said: “[It] adopts dual antennas and dual SIMs to ensure continuous communication. The ...

Report shows strong 5G growth in UK

Mobile network performance measurement firm RootMetrics has revealed that UK mobile network operators are delivering “outstanding 5G reliability with low latency”.

According to the latest RootMetrics UK Mobile Performance Review, a “highly competitive battle to ...

CityFibre taps Nokia to build 10Gbps broadband network

Nokia has agreed a 10-year XGS-PON broadband equipment agreement with full-fibre network operator CityFibre including access nodes for its nationwide network of purpose-built fibre exchanges.

The Lightspan access nodes being supplied by Nokia as part of the agreement ...

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Smart cities growth

Smart city applications are being deployed in UK cities and there are clear areas of excellence. However, despite the availability of technology, many projects are still at the trial stage or relatively small in scale.

Smart city is a very broad term, but essentially ...

5G business case: CW testbed

The CW 5G accelerator in Cambridge develops both technological and business applications in relation to the 5G standard.

In the time since its initial announcement over half a decade ago, 5G has been pitched, both to consumers and to business, as representing a total ...

Spirit of optimism

Land Mobile takes a close look at three recently developed business communications solutions, discerning increasing user focus on the part of manufacturers going into 2022

It may be somewhat of a cliché to say it, but with each new year inevitably also comes the ...

Healthcare comms new world

The use of wireless communications in the healthcare sector is proliferating in many different areas, including an ever-expanding range of wearable devices, however, it is deep body implant sensor technology that really represents the cutting edge.

There are many ...

Powering through

Philip Mason talks to Sepura chief technology officer Peter Hudson about the struggles of the past two years, as well as the future of TETRA in an increasingly broadband-centric era.

Towards the middle of last year, Land Mobile ran an article exploring the impact of ...

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