Sumitomo Electric Industries (SEI) has developed the first cellular network product based on Nujira's patented High Accuracy Tracking (HAT) technology.
The new cellular network solution offers a low carbon footprint plus reduced operating and installation costs.
The new Sumitomo GED21RUP001 Remote Radio Head for WCDMA, HSPA and LTE applications was unveiled on the Nujira stand (1E60) at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain.
By using a Nujira Coolteq-h module, Sumitomo claims to have achieved world-leading efficiency, beyond that of Doherty-based designs. The new radio head dissipates less power as heat, eliminating the need for a fan, making the device smaller and lighter, with high levels of reliability and water-resistance. The Sumitomo GED21RUP001 delivers an output of 40 W from a unit weighing just 12 kg and measuring just 324 x 341 x 173 mm.
Yoshikazu Nishiwaki, General Manager of Broadband Equipment Development Department at SEI commented: "SEI has applied innovative Nujira technology to create a product with significant differentiators to the market. By using Nujira's HAT technology, SEI is offering customers industry leading RF Power Amplifier efficiencies that significantly reduce operating costs and carbon footprint. As a direct consequence, our product is also much smaller and lighter simplifying installation and reducing deployment costs."
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