RF Micro Devices Inc. announced the expansion of the cmpany’s family of PowerSmart® power platforms to include multiple new 3G and 4G LTE PowerSmart product variants. RFMD’s PowerSmart power platforms are at the forefront of the technology shift to converged front ends in multimode, multi-band applications, including smartphones, tablets, and other data-centric mobile broadband devices.
Hittite Microwave Corp. has expanded its Broadband Time Delay/Phase shifter portfolio adding the HMC911LC4B, which is ideal for 10G, 40G RZ-DQPSK, 100G DWDM RZ Carver clock chain and skew adjustments in the fiber optic domain.
RF Micro Devices Inc. announced it continues to achieve performance milestones related to the advancement of RF power management. RF Micro Devices is developing average power tracking- (APT-) and envelope tracking- (ET-) based solutions that leverage RFMD’s leadership in power amplifiers, RF power management and compound semiconductors to deliver breakthrough capabilities.
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RF Micro Devices, Inc. announced it has secured a reference design win for its second-generation ultra-high efficiency family of power amplifiers. The new reference design win is on a highly integrated multimode multi-band 3G/LTE solution.
Anritsu Corp. and Signalion GmbH conducted a successful IOT for the 3GPP LTE-Advanced ‘carrier aggregation’ feature with an IP downlink throughput of 300 Mbps. Both companies are leaders in providing test solutions for the 3GPP LTE radio technology and as a result of this IOT collaboration, the two companies will supply dependable test solutions for 3GPP LTE-Advanced.
The Centre for Wireless Communications (CWC), a project-funded research group operating in conjunction with the Department of Communications Engineering at the University of Oulu, Finland, is employing EB Propsim F8 radio channel emulator and EB MIMO OTA Application to provide wireless testing and research capabilities under the most realistic propagation conditions.
A level of software synergy is essential when designing circuits for use in today’s wireless systems (third- and fourth-generation) that employ higher-order modulation techniques together with advanced technologies, such as orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM), multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) and digital predistortion (DPD) circuits, to name a few.