The ADRV904x-RD reference design from Analog Devices includes an 8T/8R transceiver and covers from RF to optical.
Up/down converters and beamformers from Analog devices cover frequencies from 24 GHz to 43.5 GHz. mmWave, the part of 5G that brings those happy faces on wireless carrier commercials, adds up/down conversion to the 5G RF signal chain. Beamforming, needed to direct signals to users, plays an important role. After all, who doesn’t need to…
A beamformer and up/down converter from Anokiwave cover 24 GHz to 30 GHz.
A series of mmWave beamformers and up/down converters from pSemi provide the RF front end for repeaters, small cells, and indoor base stations. Beamforming at mmWave frequencies continues to take on importance, targeting signals at mobile devices. A series of beamforming and up/down converters from pSemi cover the n257, n258 and n260 bands support eight…
The company adds 57 GHz-71 GHz mmWave base station ICs and large-scale phased-array antenna modules to its lineup.
Sivers Semiconductors’ TRB02801 and TRB03901 provide a complete baseband-to-antenna signal chain, covering 28 GHz and 39 GHz. 5G Technology World spoke with CEO Anders Storm about the RFIC functions and applications.
A hybrid International Microwave Symposium (IMS) took place live in Atlanta and online two weeks later in June 2021. See a selection of companies and product — mostly 5G — showcased in the virtual version.
See and learn how mmWave and beamforming works before you design mmWave beamformers and up/down converters using Anokiwave’s Active Antenna Evaluation Kit.