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Cellular 4G/LTE Channel

Envelope Tracking Fundamentals and Test Solutions

Sean Ferguson and Haydn Nelson, National Instruments
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Powering the Next Seven Billion Voices

Samuel Cho, CTO, RFHIC Corp.
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Less is More: The New Mobile RF Front-End

Peter Carson and Steve Brown, Qualcomm
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Qualcomm discusses the features and innovations of the new RF360 CMOS mobile RF front-end.
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CMOS Makes Waves in the Mobile Front-End

Eric Higham, Strategy Analytics
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Skyworks and SMC Networks partner to develop wireless solutions for the connected home

Skyworks Solutions Inc.
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Skyworks Solutions Inc., an innovator of high performance analog semiconductors enabling a broad range of end markets, announced that it is partnering with SMC Networks, a leading customer premise equipment manufacturer for multi-service operators (MSOs), to develop wireless connectivity solutions for security, monitoring and automation (SMA) applications in the emerging connected home market. SMC is utilizing Skyworks’ wireless networking and ZigBee® front-end solutions for security sensors, smoke alarms, motion detectors and touch pads.


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EJL Wireless Research reports Russian mobile CapEx will grow to $7 B by 2014

EJL Wireless Research
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Mobile operator capex declined by 13 percent to USD $5.97 billion in 2012, according to the latest report from EJL Wireless Research titled “Russian Mobile markets Analysis 2007-2012” “Official BTS registrations increased by 20 percent while actual base stations installed increased by 15 percent from 2011” says founder and President, Earl Lum. EJL Wireless Research is forecasting that the Russian wireless market will see mobile capex levels near USD $7 billion through 2017.


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

ABI Research
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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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Rohde & Schwarz and 7Layers verify test method to determine ECC of MIMO LTE devices

7Layers and Rhode & Schwarz
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Rohde & Schwarzand 7Layers have verified and validated the Synchronized test approach to determine the Envelope Correlation Coefficient, which characterizes the antenna subsystem of MIMO LTE devices.


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NXP transforms TD-LTE networks with Gen8+ LDMOS RF power transistors

NXP Semiconductors
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NXP Semiconductors has launched its new Gen8+ LDMOS RF power transistors – an expansion of its eighth-generation LDMOS product line for wireless base stations with a strong focus on TD-LTE.


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2G M2M modules maintained shipment dominance in 2012

ABI Research
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M2M Modules based on 2G technologies continued to dominate shipments in 2012 with over 70 percent market share. As a result, module revenues did not break the $1 billion mark as hoped and the average module price continued to decline.


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