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WiMAX front-end reduces space, power requirements

Posted: 26 Apr 2007     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:WiMAX front ends  4G applications  WiMAX transceivers 

Jacket Micro Devices Inc. (JMD) launched a WiMAX front-end module for 4G multi-mode, multi-band applications. The M30001 contains all active and passive components required for direct interface of WiMAX transceivers to the antenna.

According to JMD, the M30001 reduces board space and power requirements, supports virtually any transceiver or base band architecture, and simplifies RF design through higher levels of component integration.

The product is the newest of JMD's 802.16e family of front-end modules designed to support WiMAX applications in Asian, European and North American markets. JMD's products support the IEEE 802.16e-2005 interface definition, with built-in power detection and coupling.

The M30001 is a fully matched 40-pin, full-duplex front-end module in a 7.5-by-7-by-1.4mm LGA package.

JMD's WiMAX front-end modules will be available for sampling Q2 2007.

- Ismini Scouras
eeProductCenter




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