Peter Clarke, EETimes
4/4/2011 6:44 AM EDT
LONDON – Genasic Design Systems Ltd., a privately-held fabless RF design company formed in 2009, has announced the availability of its first chip, a 65-nm CMOS transceiver IC for HSPA and LTE applications.
The GEN4100 has dual receive and transmit chains enabling full MIMO operation in both transmit and receive. The company states that the IC has "low power consumption" making it suitable for use in handsets and dongles, as well as in 3G and 4G femtocell basestations. But the company does not quantify the power consumption. A data sheet is available on application the company states.
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