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Mobile & Wireless

Murata selects Anadigics 802.11ac FEIC for Wi-Fi module

Thursday 11 April 2013 | 05:38 CET | News
Anadigics's AWL9581 5 GHz front-end integrated circuit (FEIC) is used in supplier of RF front-end modules Murata's latest Wi-Fi module. Murata's new Wi-Fi module is optimised for mobile applications by providing complete Wi-Fi connectivity. Anadigics' Wi-Fi FEICs provide a combination of integration and linearity to maximise throughput for mobile devices, such as smartphones, tablets, netbooks, notebooks, and gaming systems. These FEICs use the company's exclusive InGaP-Plus technology and design architectures to combine a power amplifier (PA), low-noise amplifier (LNA), and RF switch on a single die. Anadigics's Wi-Fi FEICs also deliver error vector magnitude (EVM) and noise figure performance. Murata's latest Wi-Fi module is now in mass production in support of high-volume smartphones equipped with 802.11ac Wi-Fi technology.

Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Anadigics / Murata Manufacturing Company
Countries: World
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