Monthly Archives: September 2011

Moving Graphene From Lab to The Semiconductor Fab

With encouraging results, the interest in graphene as a new material for electronic devices has grown tremendously in last couple of years. Now, researchers at IBM are planning to shed some light on the manufacturability of graphene ICs at the … Continue reading

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UK’s Lancaster University Gets $1.4 Million Worth Aeroflex Test Gear for State-of-the-Art Wireless Broadband Lab

Network operators worldwide are in the process of rolling out networks for the long term evolution (LTE) standard for mobile broadband communications. LTE is a 3GPP standard that offers peak download speeds of at least 100 Mbps, around 100 times … Continue reading

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Breakthrough in Self-Interference Cancellation Pushes the Limit of Full-Duplex Operation for Mobile Devices

Full-duplex wireless systemFull-duplex wireless communications on the same frequency at the same time has been challenging for radio designers because it has not been easy to decode received signal at a radio while it is transmitting at the same time. … Continue reading

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