MixComm Inc is live, in person and Over the Air at IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Symposium (IMS). Frank Lane, MixComm co-founder and VP of Engineering, gives an overview of the 5G NR 64-QAM OFDM wireless link ~100ft across the exhibit hall using our 64-element arrays based
MixComm Inc is live and in person at IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Symposium (IMS) in Atlanta. We are demonstrating our breakthrough Summit 2629 28GHz 64 element array. Please visit us at booths 1221 and 1028.
WeASIC Microelectronics and MixComm have entered into a strategic collaboration on next generation products for 5G networks and satellite communications.
MixComm announced the latest addition to its portfolio of breakthrough Front End ICs for 5G mmWave. The SUMMIT 3741™ integrates novel power amplifiers, low noise amplifiers,
MixComm announced it has joined the Open RF Association (OpenRF™), an open industry consortium dedicated to creating a 5G ecosystem of functionally interoperable hardware and software across RFFE (RF Front End) and chipset platforms.
Spectral Design & Test Inc. (SDT) announced that their second-generation Ultra-low leakage MemoryIP implemented on GLOBALFOUNDRIES 45nm RFSOI process is exhibiting excellent results based on data from several customers.
MixComm, the mmWave Antennas to Algorithms™ pioneer, today announced that Woonsub Kim, former EVP and GM of Samsung’s Network Division, has joined its advisory board.
MixComm, the mmWave Antennas to Algorithms™ pioneer, today announced it is working with Dreamtech, a technology enabler that “Brings Dream Technology to Reality,“ to further the development of 5G mmWave systems.
MixComm announced a new award from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to fund the development of high-performance, silicon-based mmWave power amplifiers (PAs). With this program, MixComm would continue to develop transformative mmWave solutions for the 5G and satellite communications industries.
MixComm, the mmWave Antennas to Algorithms™ pioneer, is sponsoring the mmWave Summit webinar, the first in a new series that will highlight recent mmWave advances and possibilities for 5G and satellite communications on Thursday, February 25.