Sivers highlights mmWave and satcoms at MWC 2024

Sivers highlights mmWave and satcoms at MWC 2024

Sivers Semiconductors is showcasing its mmWave portfolio of 5G mmWave, unlicensed 5G, and satellite communications products at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2024.

Centre stage at the Sivers booth is the company's range of mmWave products – described as the widest on the market – underpinned by cutting-edge silicon mmWave beamforming technology.

Solutions on display include: Ka-Band SATCOM Bespoke and Broad-market RFSOI Chipsets; RFSOI 28 & 39GHz Beamforming ICs: WLCSP & Antenna in Package; 5G and 60GHz Highly-Integrated RFICs; and 5G mmWave and 60GHz Antenna Modules.

In addition to these, Sivers is exhibiting how commercial partners are implementing its suite of components. Examples include Blu Wireless's LightningBlu track-to-train multi-gigabit rail-qualified 5G mmWave solution and Cambium Newtork's cnWave 5G Fixed Customer Premises Equipment (CPE). A live demonstration shows a fully-functioning and deployment-ready base station reference design based on NXP's Layerscape Access LA12xx baseband processor; Sivers Semiconductors' 5G mmWave transceiver module – TRB02801; and PureSoftware's physical layer stack.

A pre-recorded demonstration is being shown of the world's first 5G millimetre-wave FR2 stand-alone CPE solution jointly developed by Intel, WiSig, and Sivers. The solution can also be utilised as an integrated backhaul terminal in sub-6GHz 5G radio access networks. This solution is based on the Intel Agilex FPGA portfolio, Sivers RF and antenna technology, and full-stack software developed by WiSig. There is also a model satellite in the booth accompanied by satcom messages.

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