While the new 5G technology is at the first stages of rollout, Rohde & Schwarz, the Fraunhofer Institute for Telecommunications, Heinrich Hertz Institute, HHI and the Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Solid State Physics IAF are taking a step further with demonstrations in the terahertz (THz) frequency band, related to the 6th generation wireless mobile communication (6G). The collaboration has resulted in a wireless transmit and receive system operating between 270 and 320 GHz, with further frequency extensions for potential 6G bands already in preparation.
HMS Networks today announces a new set of features in the Talk2M®Easy Setup framework for Ewon® products, targeting to make secure remote machine access connectivity even easier for machine builders and end users.
HMS Networks now presents a new line of Anybus® Switches and Wireless Routers for next generation industrial wireless communication. Preparing for the arrival of 5G and the vision of smarter and more flexible factories, the products combine high capacity and reliability with more mobility and less latency to wireless networks.
After being launched in the first quarter of 2017, JMX Plastic, SOURIAU's very first range of connectors for electronic medical equipment gained notice at the Compamed trade show in Düsseldorf that same year. SOURIAU used this year's edition of Compamed to announce that it has added larger sizes to its JMX Plastic range to meet an inrush of new electronic medical equipment that requires a higher contact density in order to be powered. In addition to offering advanced technical features and compliance with IEC 60601-1 and UL94 V-0, these JMX connectors have been carefully designed to meet the esthetic and functional requirements of medical device manufacturers.
Power management company Eaton today announced its eMobility business expands high-voltage circuit protection solutions for electrified vehicles (EVs) with the introduction of Breaktor™, a new advanced circuit protection solution for EVs that combines the function of fuses, pyro switches and contactors into a single coordinated device.