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Ericsson, IBM unveil compact 5G mmWave phased array circuit

Wednesday 8 February 2017 | 08:38 CET | News
Ericsson and IBM have claimed a research breakthrough on the road to 5G with their creation of a compact silicon-based millimeterWave (mmWave) integrated circuit operating at 28GHz in a phased array antenna module for use in 5G base stations. The companies said millimeter wave bands, which are more than ten times higher than the frequencies currently used for current mobile devices, offer a new source of bandwidth for cellular networks that are being made available for 5G networks. Describing the circuit as a significant step towards developing modules that are commercially viable in terms

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