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Xilinx collaborates with Texas Instruments to make 5G radio products

Thursday 19 November 2020 | 10:59 CET | News
Xilinx has entered a collaboration with Texas Instruments (TI) to make scalable and adaptable digital front-end (DFE) products meant to increase the energy efficiency of lower antenna count radios. The products use Xilinx's adaptable IP to enhance the RF performance and improve the power efficiency of indoor and outdoor radio applications. 

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Skyworks / Texas Instruments / Xilinx
Countries: United States
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