SiGe Semiconductor WiMAX transceiver has multiple baseband interfaces

SiGe – 25/52 – 33392
Aylesbury, UK— SiGe Semiconductor
has announced the SE7xxx transceiver chipset designed to optimise performance of WiMAX™ systems, broadband wireless access (BWA) applications, and wireless local loop equipment. The transceiver features a broad transmit tuning range and multiple baseband interfaces, allowing equipment manufacturers to reduce cost and time-to-market by re-using a proven RF chain to address worldwide requirements. SiGe's new transceiver chipset provides system designers with the full transmit and receive paths, and requires minimal external components. Featuring industry-leading performance with optimal gain control, low phase noise, and low noise figure, the chipset supports a large bandwidth and transmission range required for simultaneous broadband delivery of high-speed voice, data and video services. The new transceiver is equipped with multiple baseband interfaces, able to support HD-FDD BPS-IF, HD-FDD IQ, and TDD IQ baseband controllers. SiGe Semiconductor , Aylesbury, UK.

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