While market focused on the wireless technology of the time, Anokiwave, since its founding in 1999, has always looked to the future and saw mmWave.
Anokiwave enables SATCOM OEMs to realize their potential with high-performance, cost-effective solutions for active antennas that are available in high volume now.
Rising demand, increasing carrier investments, and explosion of use cases will drive the mmW 5G market to exponential growth.
To enable manufactures with a new tool to ease development, Anokiwave is introducing a family of a complete mmW to IF Phased Array Antenna Innovator Kits.
With the growing need for ubiquitous connectivity, the SATCOM industry is poised for explosive growth with multiple high-capacity systems either already on-orbit or planned for the near future.
The excitement around the mmW market emergence is something we see in our careers maybe once or twice if we are lucky. Anokiwave saw it coming and enabled it.
Anokiwave is enabling the 5G ecosystem, with more than $10B of investments by industry players, in the mmW spectrum with ICs featuring scalable architectures that support multiple use cases at all mmW bands.
Today, as Anokiwave celebrates the 20th anniversary of its founding, and with millions of ICs having been shipped in collaboration with our semiconductor foundry partners, our mmW 5G strategy has been proven correct.
5G is here and on everyone’s minds – whether it’s news from the regulatory groups about standards or bands of operation or a new product or trial, we see it everywhere. 2018 is shaping up to be the year of “5G is happening and here”.
Recently, Anokiwave VP of Sales Abhishek Kapoor sat down with Microwave Journal editors Pat Hindle and Gary Lerude to talk about the 5G market readiness and IMS2018. The following are highlights from the interview.
2017 was the year of 5G. The race to 5G became a reality in 2017 with the 3GPP standards body announcement at Mobile World Congress that the new 5G standard would be released in 2019, not 2020 as originally planned. With the announcement, multiple carriers raced to announce trials starting in 2017.
This article looks back at how the heart of 5G technology, the mmW Active Antenna IC, has evolved across key markets over the past decade.
Recently, Anokiwave CEO Robert S. Donahue sat down with Microwave Journal editors Pat Hindle and Gary Lerude to talk about his market insights, the April MVP - Anokiwave's AWMF–0129 Active Antenna for 5G, and the latest news from Anokiwave.
In our view, the last 200m in urban and suburban developments, from the base-station to the end-link devices outside of our homes and apartments, will be the critical first consumer application for 5G.
This year's Mobile World Congress (MWC) saw its largest crowd ever of 104,000 attendees. Discussion at the conference centered around the future of the mobile industry, and one of the main themes was 5G.
The recent IEEE Silicon Valley 5G summit provided a platform for the industry leaders, innovators, and researchers from the industry and academic community to collaborate and exchange ideas that may help in driving the standards and rapid development.
Anokiwave authors lead the recent Microwave Journal Supplement with an article discussing highly integrated silicon ICs that provide antenna aperture capabilities - a fundamental element to the rollout of 5G infrastructure.
Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) antennas are now being deployed in record numbers in a wide range of commercial applications. The highly anticipated roll out of 5G infrastructure is expected to utilize active antenna technologies in both base stations as well as handsets.
In 2014, Anokiwave Chief Systems Architect David Corman predicted a shift in the industry to mmW frequencies. Anokiwave is at the center of this tipping point in the industry offering highly integrated silicon core ICs coupled with advanced system architectures for emerging 5G markets.
Anokiwave personnel have many years of experience designing satellite communications (SATCOM) terminal outdoor units (ODUs) and associated core ICs.