Rohde & Schwarz

Rohde & Schwarz validates 10 Gbps end-to-end (E2E) peak downlink IP data throughput

Rohde & Schwarz announced today the next breakthrough in 5G data performance: With support of Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., Rohde & Schwarz has validated 10 Gbps end-to-end (E2E) IP data performance using its R&S CMX500 5G radio communication tester platform. The setup was powered by Snapdragon® X65 5G Modem-RF System, the world’s first 3GPP Release 16 modem-RF system with Qualcomm® QTM545 mmWave Antenna Module.

Bunting europe News

Bunting at Ecomondo

With the Ecomondo Green Technology Expo encompassing the circular economy, the Bunting stand (hall A2 stand 007) focuses on material recycling through material and metal separation to neodymium magnet recovery.

EPLAN UK

EPLAN Partnering with LCA Group to Support Coleg Cambria’s Electrical Engineering Apprenticeship Training Programme

EPLAN provides software and service solutions for electrical, automation and mechatronic engineers. Founded in 1984 and owned by the international Friedhelm Loh Group, EPLAN is now one of the world’s leading design software solutions with more than 50,000 customers, supported by local teams based in more than 50 countries.

Phoenix Contact News

THR PCB terminal blocks up to 2.5 mm²

Phoenix Contact is extending its range of reflow-solder-capable PCB terminal blocks (MSL1) to include the 2.5 mm² cross-section.

AT&S News

AT&S continues to invest in its Leoben site

In view of the ongoing boom in demand in the microelectronics sector and ever-new performance requirements for electronic systems, AT&S has decided to put an even stronger focus on research and development. Therefore, the company is investing in a new R&D center for substrate and packaging solutions for the global semiconductor industry at its location in Leoben-Hinterberg. In addition, another technology upgrade of the production facilities will be implemented.

Liebherr News

Bin picking made easy

“Bin picking” is among the most difficult disciplines in automation. Adjusting the parameters for reliable recognition and gripping of complex objects is demanding and requires expertise. LHRobotics.Vision, a software by Liebherr-Verzahntechnik GmbH from Kempten, now makes bin picking much easier for users through Artificial Intelligence (AI).

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