Tuesday, February 28, 2012

WiSpry announces world’s first tunable RF filter for truly simultaneous voice and LTE data connections

Mobile World Congress 2012, BARCELONA, SPAIN: WiSpry Inc. has announced the WS3001, a fully- integrated SVLTE filter module with the power to activate on demand – allowing operators to deliver truly simultaneous voice and LTE data. WiSpry will exhibit in the MIPI Alliance booth (Hall 7, Stand 7H11) at the 2012 GSMA Mobile World Congress and will feature a demonstration of the WS2018 Antenna Tuner with a MIPI RFFE interface.

The WS3001 achieves effectiveness by providing ultra-low loss in the “off” state for all single-radio handset operations. This nearly eliminates the baseline insertion loss inherent in any filter circuit. Enabled by WiSpry’s tunable RF technology, the WS3001 SVLTE filter then activates on demand when simultaneous voice and data transmissions from the device itself threaten to interfere with the device’s own duplexers and transceivers. In this manner, the WS3001 allows voice and LTE data activities to continue side by side and unabated.

“WiSpry’s on-demand filters will be indispensable to mobile operators looking for differentiators in a network environment where higher speed data and video traffic are of growing value,” said Jeff Hilbert, president and founder of WiSpry. “It’s essential that voice and data radios are able to coexist in a single handset, both to enhance the user experience and to drive carrier revenue. Ultimately these products bring the industry one step closer to WiSpry’s vision of ‘One World, One Radio.’”

MIPI Alliance, an industry-leading mobile interface standards organization, will feature 18 member companies in its MWC installation, all of which represent the mobile device ecosystem. In addition to WiSpry, other participating companies include Agilent Technologies, Analogix, Cadence, HDL Design House, Infineon Technologies AG, LeCroy, Mixel, Nujira, Quantance, Renesas Electronics Corp., Sequans Communications, Silicon Line GmbH, ST-Ericsson, Synopsys, Texas Instruments, Toshiba and VLSI Plus.

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