Envelope Tracking (ET) adoption rates will soar according to a new forecast analysis published today by the global ET chip company, Nujira Ltd. The company's research predicts that the total market for ET will exceed 4 billion units a year by 2018, representing a $3 billion market opportunity over the next five years as ET becomes ubiquitous across the 4G smartphone market.
Nujira Ltd., the global Envelope Tracking (ET) chip company, and Rohde & Schwarz, leaders in test and measurement, will be hosting a series of joint seminars in China on how ET improves LTE battery life.
Nujira Ltd., the global Envelope Tracking (ET) chip company, has announced the appointment of Hugh Baker-Smith as vice president of sales, with a focus on driving sales of Nujira’s Coolteq.L ET IC to leading smartphone vendors
Nujira Ltd. has closed a new funding round, raising $20 million for working capital to support the production ramp of its Coolteq chips, and to fund continued development of the company’s long term product roadmap.
Nujira Ltd., the world’s leader in Envelope Tracking (ET) technology, has welcomed the publication of the MIPI Alliance Analog Reference Interface for Envelope Tracking (eTrak) specification. Nujira has worked closely with the MIPI Alliance since the formation of the ACI Working Group in November 2011, contributing to the development of a standardised specification that provides interoperability between multiple 3G/4G modem chipsets and Envelope Tracking Power Supplies (ETPS).
Nujira Ltd.has successfully demonstrated in its latest lab tests that it is able to support 40 MHz channel bandwidths for 4G LTE-Advanced signals, using its NCT-L1300 ET modulator IC and a commercially available handset RF power amplifier.