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5 June 2019

Anokiwave highlighting portfolio of silicon ICs for mmWave 5G, SatCom and radar at IMS

In booth #223 at the IEEE’s International Microwave Symposium (IMS 2019) in Boston, MA, USA (4-6 June), Anokiwave Inc of San Diego, CA, USA – which provides highly integrated silicon core chips and III-V front-end integrated circuits for millimeter-wave (mmW) markets and active antenna-based solutions – is showcasing its portfolio of silicon ICs for millimeter-wave (mmWave) 5G, SatCom and radar applications. Anokiwave says that its design capabilities enable what are claimed to be the industry’s highest-performing mmWave active antennas.

This year marks Anokiwave’s 20th anniversary as well as the release of its third generation of mmWave dual-polarization 5G beam-former ICs (BFICs), intermediate-frequency (IF) up/down-converters (IFICs), and second generation of K/Ka- and Ku-band SatCom BFICs.

Anokiwave says that its 5G portfolio supports everything from macro-cells to small-cells to customer premises equipment (CPE) in the mmWave frequencies that are now in play: the existing 28GHz and 39GHz bands; the 24/26GHz band (for which the auction has just completed); and the 37/39GHz bands (scheduled for auction later this year). The 5G Gen-3 family features full RF signal chain functionality that improves performance, reduces cost, and provides digital functionality that simplifies the active antenna array design.

The Gen-2 Ku- and K/Ka-band SatCom beam-former IC family offers options for both of the key SatCom bands for ground, maritime and airborne equipment, while ensuring unmatched performance and low cost. The new IC family enables active antenna-based phased-array SatCom terminals that can auto-align and auto-position and support SatCom-on-the-move using LEO/MEO/GEO satellites.

Anokiwave’s highlights at the IMS2019 conference include:

  • founder & chief technology officer Dr Nitin Jain will receive the IEEE Fellow award for 2019 recognizing his leadership in the development of physics-based models for mmWave system-on-chip (SoC) ICs.
  • Jain and chief strategy officer Alastair Upton will participate and present in the IEEE 5G Summit, a special co-organized event between the IEEE ComSec and MTT Society. With the 5G auctions taking place in the USA, and new systems announced almost daily, this year’s event focuses on the true 5G system rollouts with Anokiwave highlighting the commercialization aspect of 5G and the technical and economic factors related to the rollout.

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