Telecoms, Datacoms, Wireless, IoT


Mouser, Molex web resource for 5G and IoT

26 May 2021 Telecoms, Datacoms, Wireless, IoT

Mouser Electronics and Molex have partnered to create a new resource site devoted to high-speed solutions for future trends in connectivity, including 5G and next-generation Internet of Things (IoT) devices. Designers and engineers can access the platform by visiting https://molex.mouser.com/high-speed.

Almost 75% of mobile service providers have begun their 5G service rollouts, and this new technology will enable wireless components to connect in ways that will facilitate an exciting range of new applications and solutions. The new high-speed content platform from Mouser and Molex offers a comprehensive resource with expert insights, technical knowledge, and products required to develop the next generation of IoT devices and connectivity innovations.

The resource site features more than a dozen technical articles, podcasts and videos, each offering valuable information on topics such as RF precision machining, FPGA acceleration and edge computing. Each piece of content includes product information for relevant Molex solutions, connecting designers to the knowledge and solutions needed to develop each application.

Mouser offers a comprehensive selection of Molex products, including a range of antennas, RF wireless devices and other connectivity solutions. Molex's LTE and 5G antennas offer exceptional reliability and coverage with high efficiency and peak gain. The external antennas are designed for 2G/3G/4G/5G devices and modules, and are suitable for applications including connected home solutions, IoT devices and commercial vehicle networking. Molex continues to innovate in developing the connectors, antennas, sensors and embedded solutions to support the needs of electronic device manufacturers.




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