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Articles Tagged with ''Chipsets''

Keysight's EXF supports high-volume manufacturing of femtocells with Broadcom chipsets

Keysight Technologies Inc. announced that its E6650A EXF wireless test set for femtocell now supports high-volume manufacturing test for designs using Broadcom Corp.’s BCM617xx series small cell chipsets. The EXF one-box tester delivers the speed, performance and scalability today’s manufacturers need to quickly ramp up production and lower its cost-of-test.


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Anritsu and EXPWAY partner to create test solution supporting eMBMS

Test & Measurement

 Anritsu Co. announces a cost-effective end-to-end solution for testing devices and chipsets supporting enhanced Multicast Broadcast Multimedia Service (eMBMS) for LTE Broadcast that incorporates EXPWAY’s e-Cast™ Broadcast Multicast Service Center server with the Anritsu MD8430A signaling tester and Rapid Test Designer.  


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Nearly 9 billion wireless connectivity chipsets to ship during 2019 alone

Annual wireless connectivity chipset shipments across Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, NFC, GPS, and ZigBee show no sign of slowing down, reaching almost nine billion annual shipments in 2019, finds ABI Research. Had it not been for combo chipsets and integrated platforms the number of chipsets shipped would have been even higher. Cumulative chipset shipments from 2010 through 2014 will have reached over 21 billion; during the next five years from 2015 to 2019, cumulative shipments will almost double to over 39 billion. “That is over 60 billion wireless connectivity chipsets that will have shipped over the ten year span from 2010 to 2019, driven by the emergence of new device types,” said research director Philip Solis. “There is constant change in the wireless connectivity space across wireless connectivity technologies, versions of technologies, and levels of integration at the same time.”


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Wi-Fi chipset shipments will near 18 billion chipsets during the next five years

With over 2.6 billion chipsets expected to ship during 2014, Wi-Fi is currently the most ubiquitous wireless connectivity technology for Internet access. As the technology continues to adapt and expand with new protocols such as 802.11ac, 802.11ax, 802.11ad (WiGig), and Wi-Fi Direct, nearly 18 billion more chips will ship cumulatively from 2015 to 2019.


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Smartphones will account for nearly half of both 802.11ac and 802.11ad chipset shipments in 2018

The growth of 802.11ac and 802.11ad will occur in very different ways.  802.11ac will explode into devices, including smartphones, from the start while 802.11ad will see a more modest and staggered growth.  802.11ac is being pushed into smartphones by key carriers’ device requirements that are in sync with 802.11ac hotspot plans for more robust Wi-Fi offloading.


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