One of our technology partner designs and develops cost-effective next generation of integrated semiconductor components for 5G wireless infrastructure systems.

Our product range for Sub-6 GHz is comprised of high-power amplifiers, driver amplifiers, low noise amplifiers, front-end modules along with control components, including switches, attenuators, and limiters. For mmWave applications company is developing beamforming ICs and integrated front-end modules. The products are covering all the most important 5G frequency bands.​

We have long-standing relationships with world-class foundries and OSAT partners offering highly reliable and qualified products that have been properly RF and DC tested.​

The fifth generation of wireless technology 5G represents a new changing face of connectivity.

5G has the potential to vastly expand how data is transferred and will enable a wide range of new applications and use cases that go far beyond the handset mobile phones.

The top 5G use cases are Fixed Wireless Access, enhanced Mobile Broadband, massive Machine-Type Communications, and Ultra-Reliable Low-Latency Communications.

Fixed Wireless Access (FWA): Fixed Wireless provides internet Access to homes using wireless network technology rather than fixed lines. It uses 5G concepts such as mmWave spectrum and beamforming to bolster wireless broadband services.

enhanced Mobile Broadband (eMBB): 5G will take mobile computing performance to the next level with high-speed, always-on, always-connected internet links with real-time responsiveness.

massive Machine-Type Communications (mMTC): Industrial IoT is one area where 5G will play a major role, enabling smart cities, assets tracking, smart utilities, agriculture, and security infrastructure by connecting seamlessly embedded sensors virtually to everything.

Ultra-Reliable Low-Latency Communications (URLLC): This category includes new services that will transform industries such as remote control of critical infrastructure and self-driving vehicles. The level of reliability and latency will be vital to smart-grid control, industrial automation, robotics, and drone control and coordination.

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