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MaxLinear launches Quad-RF transceivers for 5G wireless infrastructure

Friday 22 February 2019 | 16:16 CET | News
MaxLinear announced its MxL1500 and MxL1600 Quad-RF transceiver products for Radio Access Networks (RAN). Based upon MaxLinear's RF architecture and CMOS process functionalities, the MxL1500 and MxL1600 are new transceiver platforms that are built to enable base station designers to simplify and accelerate their development of next-generation radios. The MxL1500 and MxL1600 will be sampling to early-engagement customers in Q2. MaxLinear will be conducting briefings on its Wireless Access and Backhaul products at MaxLinear's booth at Mobile World Congress.

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