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Sivers IMA today announced that they are launching the next generation converters for E- and V-band radio links. The new generation converters are based on the company’s proprietary SiGe chip and offer a cost-effective and high-performance solution for those who manufacture and market radio links.
"Thanks to our converters and customized transceivers our customers are able to increase the capacity of their radio link products to a unprecedented level. Our offering enables cost-effective deployment of so called small cell solutions in the mobile networks”, says Robert Ekström, CEO of Sivers IMA.
Sivers IMA’s new converters are designed to support very advanced modulation schemes, which enables capacities of up to 10 Gbps. The products are developed for radio frequencies and applications between 57 GHz to 86 GHz, the so-called V- and E-bands, and will be demonstrated at the World Mobile Congress in Barcelona, March 2-5. The converter will be available for engineering samples in Q2 of 2015 and in commercial volumes during Q4 of 2015.
Sivers IMA will demonstrate their converters and customized transceivers in meeting room D60, hall 8.0 at the Mobile World Congress. Sign up for an on-site private demonstration of the products on email@example.com
This is SIVERS IMA
Sivers IMA is a leading manufacturer of micro- and millimeter wave products for connecting and quantifying a networked world. Internationally known as a reliable supplier of high quality technology for use in telecommunications links, RADAR sensors and test & measurement equipment, their headquarters and production are located north of Stockholm in Kista, Sweden. Learn more at www.siversima.com.
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Posted February 27, 2015