Anokiwave announced the first product in a family of second-generation 5G silicon quad core ICs that enable 3GPP-compliant base stations. The 39 GHz AWMF-0156 is part of Anokiwave’s on-going strategy to enable the commercialization of 5G millimeter wave systems with silicon ICs. The AWMF-0156 operates from 37.1 to 40.0 GHz, supports four radiating elements and includes gain and phase controls for analog beam steering.
Anokiwave has expanded its 5G Active Antenna family with the introduction of the AWA-0134-IK, a 256-element reconfigurable Active Antenna array. The AWA-0134 can act as a single beam 256-element array or as a four beam 64 element array that enables 4x4 MIMO.
Anokiwave, Inc. has completed a Series C funding round led by a new investor, Gefinor Capital with US Boston Capital Corporation and its affiliate Pear Tree Partners. The funding will support the development of silicon-based RFICs for 5G, satellite communications and aerospace and defense markets.
Anokiwave, Inc. and Ball Aerospace announced a collaboration on May 9, 2017 that will enable the 5G wireless revolution. The collaboration accelerates mmWave 5G phased array developments with the introduction of a family of commercial, active phased array Innovator Kits. Included are kit offerings like the 64-element, 28 GHz AWMF-0129 enable improved mmWave 5G network efficiency and ease of developing commercial phased array antennas.
Anokiwave, Inc. today announced the expansion of its family of Ka-band 5G ICs with the worldwide release of the first commercially available 39 GHz silicon active antenna quad core ICs for 5G communications markets.
Anokiwave announced the introduction of the first in a family of Phased Array Antenna Innovator’s Kits, the AWMF-0129, driven by the Anokiwave AWMF-0108 28GHz 5G Quad Core IC with embedded functions for remote telemetry and low-latency steering™. The AWMF-0129 is a 64-element, single polarization 5G phased array antenna designed to cover the 27.5 to 30 GHz frequency band. It is a planar antenna that can be used either as a stand-alone component, or combined and synchronized with other arrays.