FourGee-3100/6202

Commercially deployed and carrier certified single mode LTE baseband/RFIC chipset

The FourGee-3100/6202 is  LTE chipset that supports both FDD and TD-LTE on a single semiconductor and software platform, in any 3GPP frequency band between 700 and 2700MHz. The chipset supports throughputs in excess of 100Mbps/50Mbps DL/UL respectively, and implements a high performance 20MHz MIMO receive architecture. The FourGee-3100/6202 has undergone extensive and rigorous IOT (Interoperability Testing) with numerous tier one infrastructure vendors for both FDD and TD-LTE in more than 15 LTE bands.

It is integrated integrated into 80 products which are either commercially shipping or in field trials / regulatory approvals. The FourGee-3100 baseband processor is based on a proprietary, cutting edge O2P Software Defined Radio (SDR) processor. Using O2P, the FourGee-3100 offers LTE signal processing capabilities which significantly exceed traditional communications DSP cores, yet consume a fraction of the power.

The resulting processor draws extremely low current during operation and standby modes and is therefore ideal for operation in power-constrainted applications. The FourGee-3100/6202 is suitable for integration in devices such as M2M applications, USB dongles, portable and fixed LTE/WiFi routers, tablets and smartphones.

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PRESS RELEASE

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