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17 November 2016

Anokiwave's Distinguished Fellow of Technology speaking at IWPC Interactive Workshop on mmWave technology for 5G

Anokiwave Inc of San Diego, CA, USA, which provides highly integrated silicon core chips and III-V front-end integrated circuits for millimeter-wave (mmW) markets and active electronically scanned array (AESA)-based terminals, says that its Distinguished Fellow of Technology Dr Ian Gresham is giving a presentation in the Technology Enablers session on 18 November at the International Wireless Industry Consortium (IWPC) Interactive Workshop 'What Role will mmWave Technologies Play in 5G?' in San Jose, CA, USA (16-18 November).

In the interactive workshop, which considers when and how 5G will be deployed (with a special focus on mmW systems that will deliver multiple gigabit-per-second data rates with improved mobility, latency, volume and service deployment times over current 4G systems), Gresham is discussing the changing mmW landscape, why active antenna technology is best for 5G, and offering an overview of Anokiwave's 5G IC solutions during his presentation 'The Last (Mile) Will Be First – Enabling Fixed Wireless and 5G Basestations with Active Antenna RFICs for 2017 Deployment'.

"As we predicted in 2014, 'Moore's Law' has enabled the massive migration of wireless communication and radar solutions into the mmW frequency spectrum with near complete reliance on silicon-based solutions," says Anokiwave's chief systems architect David Corman. "X-W band active antenna products will be embedded with our cell phones, lap-tops, homes, cars, and almost every other data-driven application we touch, and Anokiwave is well positioned to embrace this shift with our unique portfolio of active antenna core ICs for 5G," he adds.

Gresham, a 25 year veteran in the mmW industry and IEEE Fellow, is working on the development of Anokiwave's 5G products and technology driving the industry, with product offerings available now for early 5G systems trials.

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