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MVG Launches First Product Manufactured in Mainland China

Thursday, November 16, 2017
The Microwave Vision Group (MVG) has launched the MiniLAB l 6 GHz Over-The-Air (OTA) test system, which is the first product manufactured in mainland China by the company. It was unveiled during the inauguration ceremony of the Group’s new subsidiary in Shenzhen, on 19 October. This new office serves simultaneously as a commercial branch and as a production, support, and systems engineering center.

StarLab 50 GHz–Designed to Meet the 5G Challenge

Wednesday, November 15, 2017
To address the 5G challenge, MVG has developed the StarLab 50 GHz, which the company says reinvents high frequency antenna and over-the-air (OTA) performance testing. Delivering ultra-fast and accurate test results, StarLab 50 GHz provides a future-proof, turnkey solution for high frequency system development, meeting the 5G testing challenge.

EMC horn antenna goes lightweight

Monday, September 18, 2017
Jonathan Newell talks to Microwave Vision Group about its latest equipment for EMC testing specialists. Earlier this year, MVG released its 18-40 Ghz Dual-Ridge Horn Antenna, adding to its range of specialist equipment aimed at test houses performing EMC test services.

Executive Interview: Philippe Garreau, Chairman of Microwave Vision Group

Monday, August 14, 2017
Phillipe Garreau has been interviewed by Microwave Journal and discusses past, present and future of MVG.

5G’s Impact on the Test Arena

Friday, July 7, 2017
Philippe Garreau, chairman of the Microwave Vision Group (MVG), discusses why over-the-air testing will be needed for 5G.

Radio Antenna Test Chamber Turns On

Wednesday, May 10, 2017
The Faculty of Engineering and IT at the University of Technology Sydney has commissioned a new antenna chamber, with the aim to boost capabilities in exclusive mobile comms systems research for 5G, future WiFi and millimetre wave applications. This mini compact range radio antenna measurement system developed by MVG-Orbit/FR is able to examine frequencies up to 90GHz in a bid to expand advanced mobile applications and faster data transfers.

EuCAP 2017 Shows Just What it has to Offer in Paris

Friday, March 24, 2017
Convenient timing in the calendar and just a quick hop away from London on the Eurostar meant that all the stars aligned to enable me to attend my first, but the 11th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation (EuCAP), which was held at the Palais des Congrès, Paris from 19 to 24 March 2017.

A microwave scanner to improve insulation quality

Sunday, January 15, 2017
MVG's Dentro LRX scanner delivers a full cross-sectional analysis of material on a continuous production line. It uses electromagnetic waves to reveal physical parameters or material defects. Here MVG presents the system and some recent advancements... (p.36-38)

Electromagnetic Exposure Simulation Software

Monday, December 26, 2016
Across the globe, telecommunication regulatory bodies are paying more and more attention to human exposure to RF emissions, with the result that nowadays gaining authorization for installing new antennas is often dependent upon proof of compliance with local reference levels. To address this issue a new version of the EMF Visual software has been developed.

New Wideband EMC Absorbers Offer Solutions to 40 GHz

Tuesday, October 25, 2016
The polypropylene-based absorbers can be used in various test applications, covering frequencies ranging from 30 MHz to 40 GHz.

Executive Interview: Lars Jacob Foged, MVG’s Scientific Director

Monday, September 12, 2016
On the occasion of the ESoA Summer courses which took place in China in August, Microwave Journal interviewed exclusively Lars Foged on antenna test and measurement technologies as well as MVG's competitve advantages.

The Race to 5G and Setting a New Standard

Thursday, August 4, 2016
In a world where mobile devices have outnumbered people, it is easy to forget we lived without smartphones fifteen years ago. From 1G to 4G, each new generation of mobile networks has brought higher speeds and new uses, which have had huge impacts on our personal and professional lives. Today, the industry is buzzing about the arrival of 5G, which is expected between 2017 and 2020. With speeds up to 10 Gbit/s and ultralow latency around 1 millisecond (50 times faster than 4G), this next generation network holds enormous promises, including smart cities, driverless cars, critical healthcare and the "Internet of Things" revolution, to name just a few.

Better Communication At Sea

Thursday, May 26, 2016
The maritime industry has been searching for a robust and cost-effective solution to deliver high-speed Internet access to users while at sea. Previously, there were two options, either a solution where communication was extremely limited or one that was fnancially out of reach for the majority of customers. MVG developed the NeptuLink modem with a better solution in mind.

The Importance of Polarization Purity

Monday, April 4, 2016
The polarization purity of an antenna system is an important characteristic, particularly in dualpolarized electronic systems, where depolarization can prevent the system’s quality objectives from being achieved. High quality testing requires significantly higher polarisation purity, or lower cross-polarization, of the test system than the test object.

Next-Gen Internet draws travellers afloat

Wednesday, February 24, 2016
Just a few years ago, time at sea meant very limited communications with those back at home or work and if you did need to reach someone in most cases it was very expensive. With recent improvements and breakthroughs in land telecommunications, the progression has now, at long last, impacted on maritime communications.