Skyworks Partners with Broadcom to Deliver Unprecedented Power Efficiency for Next-Generation Wi-Fi 6/6E Devices
Skyworks ICE™ Solutions Reduce Front-End Module Power Consumption by Up to 30%
In addition to enhancing mobile device capabilities, Wi-Fi 6/6E is driving improved connectivity for IoT, private networks and deployments in dense public areas as well as across new products.
Wi-Fi 6/6E devices are typically equipped with multiple radio System-on-Chips (SoCs) driving up to 16 radio frequency streams and FEMs. To dissipate the heat generated by these high-performance Wi-Fi systems often housed in small industrial form factors, manufacturers were previously forced to compromise between performance, the cost of thermal management, size and design aesthetic.
“Skyworks ICE FEMs, coupled with Broadcom’s Wi-Fi silicon, enable manufacturers to deliver a dramatic and material reduction in overall power dissipation, reducing product cost and simultaneously contributing to a greener planet,” said John O’Neill, vice president of marketing at
“Our digital pre-distortion technology coupled with Skyworks’ ICE FEMs has led to unprecedented performance and efficiency gains,” said
“Delivering to consumers award-winning routers that offer great speeds, killer gaming features and effortless connectivity requires using components that readily address the thermal challenges found in today’s industrial designs,” said Tenlong Deng, corporate vice president, general manager of Networking and Wireless Devices Business Unit at
“Skyworks offers flexible products with high performance and low power consumption to meet the latest market trends,” said
“By implementing Skyworks ICE front-end modules in our designs, we are able to reduce power consumption and enable better heat dissipation resulting in a high-end solution that meets the stringent needs of our customers,” said
For more information on Skyworks’ ICE™ portfolio of products, visit: https://www.skyworksinc.com/en/System-Solutions/ICE.
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