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Samsung introduces new 5G chipsets

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Samsung introduces new 5G chipsets. Samsung Electronics, a South Korean technology giant. Shared its 5G vision and unveiled a lineup of new chipsets in a virtual event on Tuesday.

The new chipsets, which comprise a third-generation RFIC, a second-generation 5G modem, and a DFE-RFIC integrated chip. It Was announces as part of the company’s effort to promote the development of small, efficient, but high-performance 5G solutions.

“We are ecstatic to explore the limitless potential of wireless technology as we continue our 5G journey. Also, and prepare the path for the next phase of 5G,” Samsung President. And Head of Networks Business Paul (Kyungwhoon) Cheun said in a statement.

Therefore, “As part of Samsung’s 5G vision, we’re bringing together the best global expertise. And technical insights to enable operators and consumers to maximize the benefits of 5G,” he added.

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The firm has announced a wideband radio capable of 400MHz of mid-band bandwidth and intended to assist operators in deploying more flexible and cost-effectively.

Additionally, the company unveiled its next-generation 5G Smaller Macro and baseband units, as well as its new One Antenna Radio, a solution with a more compact form factor and integrated antenna that simplifies installation and deployment.

Samsung Networks highlighted key milestones in its global expansion at the event, including the delivery of over four million 5G-ready radios worldwide.

Samsung introduces new 5G chipsets

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Written by Ankur J Kakoti

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