Airgain and Mobix Labs to develop mmWave 5G technology

Airgain and Mobix Labs to develop mmWave 5G technology

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By Jean-Pierre Joosting

Airgain, Inc., a leading provider of advanced wireless connectivity technologies and systems, and Mobix Labs Inc., a global connectivity provider, have announced an agreement for the development of strategic, future-proof mmWave 5G technology.

As operators and manufacturers grapple with 5G technology, it has become difficult to know where to invest. This presents a unique opportunity for Airgain and Mobix Labs to partner to develop disruptive, cost-effective, high performance wireless products for 5G mmWave and C-band applications. Combining Airgain’s expertise in 5G systems and Mobix Labs’ expertise in system-on-chip design, or SoCs, the collaboration will focus on development of products designed to significantly reduce the cost of ownership and provide solutions in 5G coverage gaps among carriers that fall within high-band mmWave and C-band operating frequencies.

“At Airgain, we are committed to connecting the world, through optimized integrated wireless solutions, especially as we transition to support the market demand for 5G,” said Airgain CTO Ali Sadri. “By leveraging Mobix Labs’ in-depth expertise in 5G and RF semiconductors, along with our advanced wireless connectivity technologies, we aim to deliver higher value systems to the global wireless market.”

The collaboration is intended to provide new growth opportunities for both companies as the combined solution would serve multiple industries such as consumer electronics, infrastructure, automotive, IoT, as well as high reliability military, and aerospace applications.

“Our collaboration has the potential to bring first-to-market solutions that will make 5G a reality for mid- and high-band networks currently being deployed by carriers worldwide,” said Mobix Labs CEO Fabian Battaglia.

Mobix Labs develops ultra-compact, fully integrated, single-chip, single-die, CMOS-based mmWave beamformers, antenna products and RF/mixed signal semiconductors necessary for mmWave 5G and next-generation wireless products.

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