2020 Product News
MaxLinear wireless transceiver chipsets are used in Microelectronics Technology Inc. (MTI) Remote Radio Units (RRUs) targeting specific greenfield Open RAN deployments for 4G and 5G applications.
The dual 18A and two dual 25A power modules allow outputs to be paralleled for up to 36A or 50A per module, respectively. In addition, the power modules may be paralleled for single power rails up to 300A. The MxL7225-1 provides added flexibility to fine tune the control loop in cases where optimal transient performance is required.
Comtrend has selected MaxLinear G.hn technology for use in three new PowerGrid broadband connectivity products
UVAX has selected MaxLinear G.hn Wave-2 chipset to develop solutions for Smart Cities
The MxL85110 baseband system on-chip (SoC) is being deployed in the Siklu EtherHaul product family
Aviat Networks has selected the MxL1105 CMOS transceiver along with the MxL85652 and MxL85110 modems for its new line of WTM 4800 Multi-Band radios.
MaxLinear enables HelEOS Solution to deliver 10Gbps symmetrical Throughput over coax
MaxLinear and its wholly owned subsidiary have entered into a definitive agreement with Intel Corporation under which MaxLinear would, subject to customary closing conditions, acquire Intel’s Home Gateway Platform Division
Usenlight has selected MaxLinear’s MxL93542, Telluride PAM4 DSP, to develop its next-generation 400G-DR4 and FR4 optical modules
MxL85110 Modem powers Technetix Virtual Segmentation solution that allows Cable Operators to provide 10Gbps symmetrical throughput over existing coax