Telit Upgrades Its Sprint Modules for the Internet of Things Market

first_imgTelit has announced that it has upgraded its two top selling Sprint IoT modules to support band class 10 (SMR 800-900 MHz). The update is critical as it provides better in-building penetration. The CE910-DUAL and CL865-DUAL upgraded modules allow customers to deploy a wider range of applications that benefits from the additional flexibility of the 800 MHz service over Sprint’s nationwide network.The CE910-DUAL and CL865-DUAL pack high value features in ultra-compact 28.2 x 28.2 x 2.0 mm LGA and 24.4 x 24.4 x 2.4 mm QFN packages respectively. Both modules support USB 2.0, full-duplex data rate of 153.6 Kpbs and extended operating temperature range of -40°C to +85°C making them suitable platforms for mobile and fixed applications such as vending, point-of-sale (POS), tracking, smart metering, and telematics devices.These modules provide customers with a solid platform to develop, launch and operate new IoT products on Sprint’s proven and reliable CDMA 1xRTT network. The devices designed with class 10 capable modules enjoy benefits like better operation in buildings and urban environments. With Sprint’s commitment to support 1XRtt and EVDO devices, users can plan for a migration path from CDMA to LTE without being forced into an immediate upgrade or device redesign to accommodate connectivity.Part of the xE910 form factor family, the CE910-DUAL protects investments by offering completely interchangeable solutions for the Sprint network between 1xRTT and EV-DO Rev. A with the DE910-DUAL. The CL865 is currently shipping sample and commercial orders. Shipments of the CE910 start in Q1 2016.last_img read more

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MACOM Expands its GaAs MMIC Portfolio with the Introduction of Two Amplifiers

first_imgAt the virtual International Microwave Symposium (IMS) 2020, MACOM introduced two new wideband MMIC power amplifier products –  MAAM-011277-DIE and MAAM-011291-DIE. The two devices can be used as driver or power amplifiers for Microwave Communications, Test and Measurement, Aerospace & Defense, and Multi-Market application.MAAM-011277-DIE FeaturesThe MAAM-011277-DIE is a 4-stage, 0.25 W power amplifier 2.5 x 1.15 mm MMIC die. This product is fabricated using a GaAs pHEMT process which features full passivation for enhanced reliability.This power amplifier operates from 20 to 45 GHz and provides 22 dB of linear gain, 0.25 W at P1dB compression, and 17% efficiency (P3) while biased at 5 V.This device can be used as a driver amplifier ideally suited for the various operational band between 20 GHz and 45 GHz.Click here for more information on this product.MAAM-011291-DIE Features The MAAM-011291-DIE is a 4-stage, 1 W power amplifier MMIC die. This product is fabricated using a GaAs pHEMT process which features full passivation for enhanced reliability.This power amplifier operates from 20 to 45 GHz and provides 19 dB of linear gain, 1 W at P3dB compression, and 15% efficiency at P3dB while biased at 5 V.This device can be used as a power amplifier ideally suited for 5G systems and test and measurement applications in the 20 to 45 GHz range.All data is taken with the chip connected via three 1 mil diameter gold bond wires that are each approximately 350 um long.Click here for more information on this product.IMS 2020 was scheduled to take place in Los Angeles, California from 21-26 June 2020. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the event took place virtually from 4 – 6 August 2020. However, all presentations and materials will stay online until 30 September 2020. Click here to see Everything RF’s coverage of the event.last_img read more

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Cleveland State Announces Guard Myles Hamilton Has Been Dismissed From the Team

first_imgCLEVELAND – Cleveland State head men’s basketball coach Gary Waters has announced that junior guard Myles Hamilton has been dismissed from the team effective immediately for violation of team policies.“We wish Myles the best and appreciate his contributions to our program,” Waters said.Hamilton transferred to CSU from Kennesaw State and sat out the 2014-15 season due to NCAA transfer rules. He appeared in nine games this year, averaging 2.9 points and 2.1 assists.He played his high school ball at St.Ed’s, and in his senior year averaged 13.4 points, 4.6 rebounds, 2.3 assists and 2.4 steals per game in helping the Eagles reach the Division I regionals. Matt Loede has been a part of the Cleveland Sports Media for over 21 years, with experience covering Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, the National Football League and even high school and college events. He has been a part of the Cleveland Indians coverage since the opening of Jacobs/Progressive Field in 1994, and spent two and a half years covering the team for 92.3 The Fan, and covers them daily for Associated Press Radio. You can follow Matt on Twitter HERE. Related TopicsCleveland StateGary WatersMyles Hamiltoncenter_img Matt Loedelast_img read more

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Argos Rise To No. 5 In Latest NCBWA South Region Poll

first_imgWEST PALM BEACH, Fla. –  UWF baseball (25-11, 15-5 GSC) rose one spot in this week’s National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association Division II South Region Top 10, coming in at No. 5.The Argos are coming off another series win over the weekend at Lee University. UWF has won 20 of the last 23 games. The Argos have won or split their last six conference series.This is the fifth straight week in the Top 10 for West Florida. The team entered the poll tied for ninth with West Georgia, rose to No. 7 and then to No. 4 before dropping back to No. 6 last week. The Argos are nationally-ranked, checking in at No. 23 in the latest Collegiate Baseball poll for the second straight week.Tampa (28-5) came in at No. 1 for the third straight week with 90 points and nine first-place votes. Delta State (28-6) remained in second with 77 points. Florida Southern (29-4-1), and Nova Southeastern (23-9) is fourth. North Alabama, Saint Leo, Montevallo, Mississippi College and Lee rounded out the regional Top 10 after West Florida.UWF will next host Auburn Montgomery (15-22, 5-16 GSC) in a three-game series this weekend at Jim Spooner Field.For the latest news on the Argos, follow the team on Twitter @UWF_Baseball.#ARGOS#Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

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Morgan inks new one-year deal at Leicester

first_imgLONDON (CMC ):Veteran Jamaica international Wes Morgan has penned a new one-year deal with Leicester City, just days after scoring a dramatic late winner against Burnley in his 700th appearance in club football.The 35-year-old entered last Saturday’s contest at Turf Moor with doubt over his future, especially with his contract due to expire in the summer, but the latest deal will now see him remain at the East Midlands outfit until June 2020.“It means a lot to me,” said Morgan, who joined the Foxes seven years ago from Nottingham Forest and is now the club captain.“We’ve been through so many ups and downs together as a football club, and I’ve been right at the heart of it from the very beginning, so to extend my time here means very much to me and I’m very happy.”Morgan, who played every minute of Leicester’s extraordinary title-winning season in 2016, was benched following manager Brendan Rodgers’ arrival three weeks ago, leading to speculation over his future.But following Morgan’s heroics at the weekend, Rodgers indicated that the defender was still a part of his future plans, albeit in a reduced role.Morgan, who has already made 292 appearances for Leicester, said the club’s star was continuing to rise.“I can see a very, very bright future for Leicester City,” said Morgan, who has been capped 30 times by the Reggae Boyz.“We’ve got a lot of young ­players who have so much potential and even the current players we’ve got, we’ve got so much experience, we’ve been through it all and we can help the younger players to achieve their full potential.”Morgan was an unexpected fourth-minute substitute against Burnley, ­following the sending off of England’s Harry Maguire.And after leading a heroic defensive display for the visitors, he broke the 1-1 deadlock in the 90th minute when he produced a powerful header from Youri Tielemans’ cross.last_img read more

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Spanish heat test ideal warm-up – O’Dowda

first_imgThe Republic of Ireland international marked his first pre-season appearance with a goal against Shrewsbury Town at Ashton Gate on Saturday.And as the temperature soared into the high 20s, Lee Johnson’s players were put through their paces at the Marbella Football Centre ahead of tomorrow night’s (July 17th) game with Real Balopédica Linense at Estadio Municipal de La Línea, which is followed up by Rayo Vallecano on Saturday (July 24th).Speaking exclusively to BCTV, O’Dowda said: “The temperature is still quite high but we’ve trained a bit later in the day today so it’s not too bad.”We have a couple of games out here so it’s going to be tough physically and mentally but it’s what you need going into the season.”You do look forward to pre-season but in a way you are also dreading it because it’s tough and the fitness elements aren’t that nice.”It is different playing out here. I noticed it when I was younger going away on international duty playing against different countries, the styles of play differ but it’ll be good to play against someone new.”Marley Watkins, Jack Hunt, Adam Webster, Andreas Weimann and Hakeeb Adelakun, City’s five summer recruits, have all travelled to the Spanish resort and the 22-year-old was quick to praise his new teammates.”No-one has kicked them out of camp yet!“ joked O’Dowda. “All the boys have been really good.”You don’t know them but you know of them from having played against them so it’s easy to chat and I hope we have all been welcoming.”last_img read more

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Grisham: Nonrenewal of Jones’ contract ‘rotten’

first_imgNine of 12 members of the state College Board voted not to renew Ole Miss chancellor Dan Jones’ contract in a meeting Friday.Two disagreed. One was absent.Those voting not to renew Jones’ contract: Ed Blakeslee, Karen Cummins, Ford Dye, Shane Hooper, Hal Parker, Aubrey Patterson, Alan Perry, Douglas Rouse and C.D. Smith. Bob Owens and Robin Robinson voted to renew it. Christine Pickering was absent.In a press release, IHL Commissioner Jim Borsig said a meeting Thursday between Jones and the Board was the resumption of s series of meetings to address financial concerns at UMMC that had started before Jones’ cancer diagnosis last year. Jones returned to his duties as chancellor last week.“The Board had discussed these and related concerns with Dr. Jones over a lengthy period of time and these matters were not corrected to the satisfaction of the Board of Trustees,” Borsig said. “The Board cannot directly manage an institution or replace employees other than the institutional executive officer; therefore, the only practical remedy available to the Board was a change in leadership at the Chancellor level.”The release did not offer much detail on the nature of the Board’s financial concerns at UMMC. Individual board members have either declined comment, not returned messages, or referred questions to Borsig.“However, we want to make it very clear that the Board has no concerns over the personal integrity or honesty of Dr. Jones or any other employee of UMMC,” Borsig said in the release. “Dr. Jones has provided strong leadership in many facets of the University of Mississippi during his tenure. However, the Board cannot overlook its longstanding concerns regarding the business and financial affairs at UMMC. The University of Mississippi is one of the great public universities in our nation. The Board of Trustees is committed to selecting the best possible leader to take the university to even greater levels of achievement.”The vote has already produced more than a day’s worth of criticism.Author John Grisham, who has a law degree from Ole Miss, said Saturday afternoon that the College Board’s decision not to renew Ole Miss chancellor Dan Jones’ contract was “a rotten thing to do.”“Dan’s health aside, his leadership has continued the remarkable success of Robert Khayat,” Grisham said. “Record enrollment, record applications, record fund-raising, a reasonably happy faculty – and the Board decides to fire him? It makes no sense. Dan raised a ton of money, and this will chill big donors.”Former Netscape CEO and Ole Miss mega-donor Jim Barksdale led it off, calling the College Board’s move “an unforgivable decision” Friday afternoon.By Saturday afternoon, that kind of outrage had established a big viral presence. A change.org petition calling for Jones’ contract to be extended, per his wishes, had earned nearly 2,700 signatures. A Facebook page dedicated to Jones’ reinstatement had surpassed 2,000 likes.“Dan Jones gave me a chance to lead our Rebel football program and be a part of the Ole Miss family,” football coach Hugh Freeze said in a statement. “I will forever be grateful for his leadership and vision. Chancellor Jones is a great leader in higher education and gave his heart and soul to Ole Miss. He led us to new heights never seen before. Everyone in our athletics program will miss him dearly!”Saturday was the third anniversary of athletic director Ross Bjork’s hire. On Friday, he told The Clarion-Ledger that Jones “was the best situational leader I’ve ever encountered in higher ed.”There will be a protest Wednesday at noon, either in front of the Lyceum (where Jones’ office is) or in the area in front of the building known as the Circle.Alex Borst, one of the organizers, said that by Saturday evening, more than 1,100 people had committed to attend. A 20-year-old sophomore international studies major from Madison, Borst said that whatever issues Jones had with the College Board, he was still an Ole Miss “icon.”“Over the past 6 years, he has managed the historic growth of the university and fought for race relations, LGBT issues, and a break in the university’s controversial past. He has opened his door to students and community members alike to voice their concerns and he has always been open to new ideas and ways to improve the university. The students, faculty and alumni of Ole Miss love and respect Dr. Jones and won’t rest until he is reinstated as chancellor.”Contact Clay Chandler at (601) 961-7264 or cchandler@jackson.gannett.com. Follow @claychand on Twitter.last_img read more

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Tsvetomir Naidenov revealed the goal to Balakov in CSKA 1948

first_imgThe sponsor of CSKA 1948 – Tsvetomir Naidenov, published two posts on his official Facebook page after the presentation of Krassimir Balakov as head coach of the “reds”, as BLIC was the first to inform about negotiations between the two countries.The businessman pointed out the goal to CSKA 1948 – to practice football at the European level only with Bulgarians and wished success to Balakov, saying that he would be surprised how good a coach he really is.“Good luck, only with Bulgarians we will show that football can be made at the European level! Good luck, Bala! You will surprise everyone how good a coach you are, I am convinced,” Naidenov wrote.Initial Bonus up to BGN 1,000 for online casino games from efbetlast_img read more

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Orchard View boys soccer team rolls past Muskegon Big Reds

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Top 3 best summer Caribbean music festivals

first_imgThe summer season is known for it’s scorching hot days. But it’s also the season that is filled with the most Caribbean reggae and dancehall music festivals. We know summer is quite a few months away, but check out our top 3 music festivals the summer has to offer!Best of the BestGoing into it’s 10th year, Best of the Best concert has become the go to concert for dancehall lovers during Memorial Weekend. A massive, all-Caribbean showcase, this year’s lineup features a mix of reggae and dancehall acts- Christopher Martin, Allison Hind, Cham, with more artistes to be announced in the upcoming weeks.Reggae SumfestReggae Sumfest is Jamaica’s only weeklong festival dedicated to showcasing the island’s indigenous reggae music while also promoting Jamaica as a prime summer destination. Reggae Sumfest is now widely regarded as one of the world’s premier reggae events and attracts visitors and media from all across the globe.Reggae on the riverReggae on the River (locally known as simply Reggae) is a reggae festival that is held annually on the first weekend in August in Humboldt County, California. The longest-running active reggae festival in the US, last year’s festival saw performances from Stephen Marley, Tarrus Riley and Cecile just to name a few.last_img read more

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