New RFFE modules are designed for Bluetooth, Wi-Fi 6E, and the next-generation standard, Wi-Fi 7. The modules are designed for a wide array of device segments beyond smartphones – including automotive, XR, PCs, wearables, mobile broadband, IoT, and more. “With Qualcomm Technologies’ new products, we are extending our RFFE leadership into automotive and IoT, helping […]
The Wi-Fi 7-capable Networking Pro Series Gen 3 family of platforms is said to be the world’s highest performance Wi-Fi 7 network infrastructure platform portfolio commercially available. Building upon the multi-generation legacy of Networking Pro Series platforms, the products combine Wi-Fi 7 features with Qualcomm Technologies’ intelligent multi-channel management technologies to improve speeds, lower latency, […]
The Qualcomm QCS7230 solution expands the Qualcomm Vision Intelligence Platform portfolio, driving the digital transformation of enterprise security and public safety segments, designed to help safeguard environments with smart devices at the connected intelligent edge. The new solution delivers superior AI inferencing at the edge, improving security and operation effectiveness with real-time edge compute, artificial […]
Qualcomm’s ultraBAW filters cover 2.7 GHz to 7.2 GHz, keeping cellular and Wi-Fi in place. Qualcomm explains how the filters work. Each time a government auctions off a slice of spectrum for cellular use, the airwaves get more crowded as users begin occupying the new frequencies. In the days when spectrum wasn’t so scarce, cellular…
As more industries rely on wireless devices, sensors, and artificial intelligence to connect people and machines, private networks bring the potential to enable more advanced IoT applications while increasing security, bandwidth and speed.
Two conferences, held at the same time, covered mostly the same topics.
Qualcomm, Ericsson, and TIM demonstrated just how far a line-of-site mmWave connection can reach, which could make fixed-wireless access more practical. Qualcomm’s Gautam Sheoran explains in the video interview.
RF power amplifiers consume lots of energy, which is a concern associated with 5G. Envelope tracking helps reduce power consumption but has tradeoffs.
In a video interview, 5G Technology World speaks with Qualcomm’s Mohammed Al Khairy on how the company worked with Ericsson and US Cellular to reach that distance.
Despite the intense hype, 5G looks like a stepping stone to the real thing.