Ansys Survey Sheds Light on Consumers’ Take on 5G
July 1, 2020
Via Ansys' survey, learn how consumers are processing all these different messages about the latest-and-greatest generation of wireless communication.
Wireless Design Challenges
August 1, 2019
Evolving wireless standards and the shift to 5G will require multidisciplinary approaches to simulation and design.
Industry Kicks off Cybersecurity Certification for IoT Devices
September 7, 2018
By offering cybersecurity certification for IoT devices, the program is designed to protect consumers and wireless infrastructure, while creating a more secure foundation for smart cities, connected cars, mHealth and other IoT applications.
The IoT Reshapes Wireless Network Design
June 1, 2018
As more devices become connected to the IoT, how will engineers design for bandwidth considerations?
Rohde & Schwarz Addresses Over-the-Air Testing Needs for 5G
September 8, 2017
Rohde & Schwarz boosted its Over-the-Air (OTA) test systems to test in 5G millimeter wave (mmW) environments.
NI Enhances its Wireless Test System
May 22, 2017
The new version of instrument software features support for the latest wireless connectivity standards such as 802.11ax, Bluetooth 5, ZigBee and Z-Wave.
National Science Foundation Invests in Wireless Research
July 15, 2016
The organization has invested more than $400 million over the next seven years.
National Instruments Introduces Test Solution for 802.11ax Wireless
May 24, 2016
The suite helps engineers address new changes in physical layer specification, the company states.
5G IoT Connectivity & Communications
September 1, 2015
5G wireless is on the horizon. What will it mean for design engineers and the Internet of Things?
AM Gets Sustainability Stamp of Approval
New research shows the production method is gaining momentum for helping enterprises meet their broader sustainability goals.
Next-Gen: Shooting for the Moon
Next-GenStudent Competition Profile: NASA SUITS Competition
Diving Deep to Design Sustainable Ecosystems
Collaboration with simulation experts can lead to more sustainable design outcomes.
MachineWorks Releases Polygonica 3.3
Polygonica is a component software library.
Industrial Origami 3D Printing Takes Shape
STILFOLD sells its first “industrial origami” metal-folding machine to Georgia Tech’s School of Civil and Environmental Engineering.
Ansys Simulation Picked by NuScale Power for Nuclear Technology
NuScale used Ansys to design and validate the engineering and safety of its small modular reactor under regulatory requirements,
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