At IMS 2019 to be held in Boston from 4-6 June, Anokiwave will be showcasing its 37/39 GHz ICs for 5G applications. The 3GPP n260 band (37.0 – 40.0) GHz provides the largest contiguous spectrum available for 5G wireless service in the mmWave bands. Accordingly, 5G carriers in the U.S. will rely on this band for their initial 5G deployments and telecom companies are expected to make large investments to gain access to this spectrum.
Anokiwave introduced its initial family of 37/39 GHz Beamformer ICs in 2017, with 3GPP compliant ICs in 2018, and now have a full RF signal chain that improves performance, reduces cost, and provides a host of digital functionality that simplifies the active antenna array design. The AWMF-0159 Tx/Rx beamformer IC supports dual polarization architectures while adding new and enhanced features to make 3GPP compliant cutting-edge performance even easier while the AWMF-0161 up/down converter IC provides frequency conversion functionality and a x4 LO multiplier all integrated into a single IC. Click here to view Anokiwave's Beamformer IC portfolio.
Since Anokiwave’s ICs use a 300mm silicon CMOS process, they provide a good balance between cost and performance. The system architecture behind the family allows multiple use cases ranging from infrastructure to consumer equipment. With over five years of focused innovation, three generations of ICs, and significant quantities of 5G ICs delivered, Anokiwave is making mmW 5G a commercial reality.
Anokiwave will be participating in the 5G summit and the exhibition at IMS 2019 (Booth #223) in Boston, MA, USA from June 2-9, 2019. Click here to learn more or schedule a meeting.
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