Qualcomm Announces 2 Gbps Modem
Qualcomm ‘s 2 Gbps Modem
An American multinational semiconductor manufacturer, Qualcomm Technologies, has started testing the next generation Snapdragon LET modem.
The new Qualcomm ‘s 2 Gbps modem is built on a 7-nanometer FinFET process. It can attain a download speed of up to 2 Giga-bits-per-second (Gbps), this modem is the company’s 8th generation LET multimode and 3rd generation Gigabit solution. In conjunction with Ericsson, NETGEAR and Telstra at the MOBILE WORLD CONGRESS 2018, Qualcomm will demonstrate the next-generation X24 LET modem, would unfold in Barcelona starting February 26.
The Snapdragon X24 LET modem delivers 2x the speed of the company’s first-generation Gigabit LET modem, Snapdragon X16, according to the company. Snapdragon X24 LET modem pairs with an advanced RF transceiver built in 14 nm FinFET process technology and the Qualcomm pairs Oualcomm QET5100 Envelope Tracker, which is the 1st modem to support 60 MHz envelope tracking for up to 3x uplink carrier aggregation channels with simultaneous High Power User Equipment (HPUE) support in Band 41, engineered to deliver power-efficient connectivity for the next generation of mobile devices. This supports up to 7 times the carrier aggregation in the downlink, as well as 4×4 MIMO on up to five aggregated LET carriers, both 1st in mobile industry for a total of up to 20 concurrent spatial LET streams, in upload speed Snapdragon X24 supports Category 20 upload speeds, 3 x 20 MHz CA and up to 256-QAM.
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