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MWC 2019 Outlines Changes in Radios & Components to Come with 5G

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Report Summary:

MWC 2019 brought us more than 27 new 5G devices, an increased interest in active infrastructure antennas and mmW repeaters, and an abundance of 5G beamforming component suppliers.

Qualcomm pushed hard against the other RF front-end component suppliers, announcing front-end tuning improvements that will leverage the company’s strength in radio chipsets for mobile devices.  Despite their early lead in 5G, Qualcomm will have competition in 5G chipsets much sooner than was the case for LTE.

Table of Contents

1.    Executive Summary4
2.    Company Announcements & Developments6
2.1    Infrastructure Equipment6
  2.1.1    Blue Danube6
  2.1.2    Cobham Wireless7
  2.1.3    Commscope7
  2.1.4    D-Link8
  2.1.5    Ericsson9
  2.1.6    Huawei10
  2.1.7    JMA Wireless10
  2.1.8    Kathrein13
  2.1.9    Marvell (former Cavium group)17
  2.1.10    Netgear17
  2.1.11    Nokia18
2.2    Radio Components19
  2.2.1    Akoustis Technologies20
  2.2.2    Altair Semiconductor (A Sony Company)22
  2.2.3    Beam Semiconductor23
  2.2.4    Celeno24
  2.2.5    Gapwaves24
  2.2.6    Infineon24
  2.2.7    GlobalFoundries25
  2.2.8    Inseego26
  2.2.9    Intel26
  2.2.10    Kymeta26
  2.2.11    LG Electronics27
  2.2.12    MACOM28
  2.2.13    MediaTek29
  2.2.14    Metawave29
  2.2.15    Movandi32
  2.2.16    Pivotal Commware33
  2.2.17    Qualcomm35
  2.2.18    Qorvo41
  2.2.19    Samsung Electro Mechanics42
  2.2.20    Semtech42
  2.2.21    Sequans Communications44
  2.2.22    Sivers IMA45
  2.2.23    Skyworks Solutions46
  2.2.24    Taoglas47
  2.2.25    Xiamen San'an Integrated Circuit Co., Ltd.47

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