As the mandate for capacity continues to skyrocket, networks carrying yottabits of traffic will become a reality in the not too distant future. To achieve this kind of capacity operators have begun deploying small cell wireless base stations, yet the wireless backhaul portion of the solution is well recognized as a challenge due to operators’ rigorous demands on efficiency, range and performance. Learn more about how TI is meeting these requirements with the industry’s most flexible backhaul SoC, the TCI6631K2L. TI’s KeyStone-based TCI6631K2L provides developers a common Software Defined Radio (SDR) programmable platform to address the varied configurations of wireless backhaul at a reduced system cost and power consumption. By combining the TCI6631K2L with an analog front end transceiver, the AFE7500, TI has developed a unique two-chip solution designed for scalability and adaptability to cover the Non-Line-of-Sight (NLOS) spectrum from TV white space (TVWS) (UHF/VHF) to 6GHz and Line-of-Sight (LOS) up to 86GHz.
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Learn more about the TCI6631K2L SoC in our product brief.