Anokiwave, Inc. continues its presence at the IEEE International Microwave Symposium (IMS) to be held June 11-16, 2023, in San Diego, Calif., with participation in Connected Future Summit and the exposition in booth 2148.

Anokiwave will feature their portfolio of mmWave silicon ICs, that are shipping in volume and commercially deployed in working antennas, that enable active antennas across multiple markets, specifically 5G, satcom and aerospace and defense. This year at IMS, Anokiwave will feature:  

  • The full release of their fourth generation multi-band silicon 5G IC family that covers 24 to 43.5 GHz. The new IC family pushes the levels of performance and cost to a point where network operators can start to accelerate the builds of energy efficient, low cost and small form factor mmWave 5G radios, for every 3GPP FR2 band.
  • Anokiwave's satcom Ku- and Ka-Band ICs are used in multiple terminal designs operating live satellite links globally, and their performance, cost-effectiveness and availability in volume enables customers to design, build and deploy satcom systems with confidence in their choice of ICs for commercial success.
  • At the Connected Future Summit, to be held on June 13, Ryan Jennings, Anokiwave vice president of satcom and systems, will discuss ways in which satcom will play a key part in extending terrestrial 5G networks to air, sea and other remote areas not covered by small cell networks and how active antennas are uniquely suited for this growth area.

“Building on the theme of “Always Connected,” visitors at Anokiwave's booth will learn how their mmWave active antenna ICs enable the future coexistence and convergence of terrestrial and non-terrestrial networks to increase connectivity for all,” stated Dr. Nitin Jain, Anokiwave founder and CTO. “We provide OEMs unparalleled application expertise, leading to better array designs plus the experience to support customers in expanding their networks beyond traditional 5G or satcom use cases.”