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What 5G Means For Electronics
Testing of the 5G standard by US telcos Verizon and AT&T has already begun, with the roll-out of the latest iteration of wireless signal likely to be a commercial reality by 2020.

As the name suggests, it will be the 5th generation of wireless signal, and along with it will come many features, the best being speed. How will this affect electronics? In many ways.

Worldwide, there is an estimated six billion devices connected to wireless technology. By 2020 the number is set to more than triple to almost 21 billion. Until recently the majority of wireless devices were smartphones, tablets, televisions and laptops. However, with home automation sales also set to increase by up $28 billion by 2020, there is plenty of scope for producers of electronics componentry.

Some products that will be taking advantage of 5G super speed include cars, door locks, home appliances, security cameras, gaming consoles, drones, wearables, and even things such as dog collars and virtual reality (VR) devices.

Although most of these devices exist in a manual form, as the growing middle classes in developing countries adopt the latest technologies, wireless appliances and gadgets will all need electronic componentry. With such a proliferation of products expected in such a short time frame, and well into the future, the electronics components industry has a chance to jump on what could be a lucrative bandwagon.
pco – Dimax CS  Crash Test High Speed Camera System
The pco.dimax cs camera is specially designed for all applications centered around car safety testing involving onboard, offboard and sled testing. A unique capability of all pco.dimax systems is the built-in automatic image calibration that requires ...
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MBF Bioscience – Stereology with Stereo Investigator
Stereo Investigator has been cited in 6,114 papers— 5 times more than any other stereology system. It is an integral component of ongoing work in numerous fields, and it has contributed to recent advances in disease research, including Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, ...
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Anasys Instruments – nanoIR2 - True, model free nanoscale IR
Introducing nanoIR2™, the nanoscale IR spectroscopy platform. The breakthrough nanoIR2 system features top-side illumination which greatly
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JPK Instruments – Optical Tweezers NanoTracker Multiplexing
This video shows how many optical traps can be generated from a single laser source by rapidly scanning the laser across many positions, a process called multiplexing. This multiplexing is in a way similar to juggling: not all objects are manipulated ...
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Scientifica - LASU  Optogenetics, photostimulation and uncag
The LASU (Laser Applied, Stimulation and Uncaging) system is perfect for users engaging in optogenetics, uncaging or other photostimulation experiments.
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Scientifica - Multiphoton Imaging System
Scientifica is offering you a compact, cost-effective and modular 2-Photon & Multiphoton Imaging system that offers superb return-on-investment.
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JPK Instruments – Atomic Force Microscopy JPK BioMat
The BioMAT™ workstation from JPK Instruments is designed for the study of opaque samples combining upright optical microscopy with atomic force microscopy (AFM) for surface science and life science. This animation illustrates the design principle.
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JPK Instruments – Atomic Force Microscopy JPK Nanowizard
Using the example of the NanoWizard®II atomic force microscope (AFM), this animation illustrates that only a tip-scanning AFM such as the NanoWizard®I, II or 3 from JPK Instruments truly enables simultaneous AFM and optical microscopy measurements.
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Nanofocus - µsurf: 3D surface measurement
Learn more about the patented confocal technology with this animation. Understand how the industry-suited µsurf confocal microscopes work and how you can analyze your surfaces three-dimensionally with high resolution within seconds
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Image Metrology – Particle & Pore Analysis in SPIP
With the Particle & Pore Analysis Module in SPIP you can easily detect and quantify particles, pores, grains, and other image features with boundaries. You can detect features of any shape and size on virtually any surface.
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TeraSense - Terahertz Imaging Camera
Terasense new video about THz imaging camera and THz source (IMPATT diode), their capabilities and possible applications. The terahertz camera operates in 50 GHz - 0.7 THz frequency range with record sensitivity and noise parameters.
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Photometrics -  PrimeEnhance Camera Feature in Micro-Manager
View this video to learn how to reduce photon noise with the PrimeEnhance feature in the Photometrics Prime sCMOS camera when using Micro-Manager software. See how PrimeEnhance improves signal to noise 3-5x, enabling significantly lower exposure times. ...
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