“5G is likely the single greatest technological innovation we will see in the foreseeable future in terms of its impact on society, enabling the future connected world,” said
Establishing the 5G Infrastructure
As the number of connected devices and smart applications continues to increase, NXP is providing purpose-built power amplifier (PA) solutions to support the size, power and frequency bands needed for 5G new radio (NR). According to a recently published
Driving Next-generation Gallium Nitride (GaN) Technology from Art to Mainstream
Spectrum expansion in the higher frequency bands along with the need for larger bandwidths to aggregate more carriers across diverse bands has accelerated the adoption of GaN in base station radios. According to
NXP is committed to the successful deployment of best-in-class GaN technology. From 2015 to 2016, NXP more than doubled its offering of GaN RF transistors. By continuing to increase its GaN offerings in 2017, NXP will not only be able to better serve the cellular infrastructure markets, but also offer full GaN lineups in a variety of power ranges for industrial and defense markets. For more information on NXP’s GaN technology capabilities, visit www.nxp.com/RFGaN. The latest innovations in GaN will also be on display in NXP’s booth at IMS.
NXP Airfast Third-generation Laterally Diffused Metal Oxide Semiconductor (LDMOS) Products
RF silicon LDMOS products continue to be the most widely deployed in cellular base stations. With NXP’s strong market share and leadership, it has made major advancements in every generational iteration of its LDMOS product line. The latest generation offers significant performance improvements in efficiency, gain, thermal performance and signal bandwidth. These enhancements are intended to support the requirements of next-generation macro base stations and smart mobility solutions for 5G. For more information on NXP’s Airfast solutions, visit www.nxp.com/Airfast.
NXP Small Cell Solutions for Improved Coverage and Capacity
In addition to macro cells, network densification using small cells is considered necessary by wireless operators to improve coverage, capacity and speeds on their next-generation networks.
NXP’s solutions for small cells provide high levels of integration and small form factors that enable these system-level improvements. With a comprehensive lineup of high-power symmetric and asymmetric ICs from 700 to 3800 MHz frequency, NXP has products to fit deployments from 3G to 4G to 5G. For more information on NXP’s small cell solutions, visit www.nxp.com/RFoutdoorsmallcell.
NXP is also working with industry partners including
For more information, visit www.nxp.com/RF.
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