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    MIPI in the News: A-PHY in EE Times and RFFE in IEEE Future Networks

    Two of the most significant MIPI highlights of 2020 were the eagerly anticipated releases of MIPI RFFE v3.0SM in April and MIPI A-PHYSM v1.0 in September. With the rollout of 5G well underway, and the rapid advancements in ADAS, ADS and IVI automotive applications, these specifications have generated tremendous interest for their roles in enabling these profound transformations.

    To share more about what these new specifications bring to their respective ecosystems, both were recently highlighted in industry publications. Here’s a look:

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    Featured in Embedded Computing Design, Electronic Design and Connector Supplier: MIPI RFFE v3.0 and MIPI A-PHY v1.0

    MIPI Alliance members work diligently to develop and release new versions of interface specifications for mobile and mobile-influenced devices to anticipate new applications and market needs. Recently MIPI released MIPI RFFE v3.0SM and completed development of MIPI A-PHYSM v1.0. Both are notable achievements for MIPI members and the broader ecosystems they serve.

    You can learn more about the specifications in these recent industry articles.

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    Tags: MIPI A-PHY, Automotive, News, MIPI RFFE

    News from MIPI Alliance: New RFFE Version Delivers on 5G Requirements in Timing Precision and Low Latency

    5G uplink and downlink communications demand significantly more radio frequency (RF) bands, and, in turn, the subcarrier spacing (SCS) windows among RF packets are significantly tighter. That translates to unprecedented requirements for tight timing precision and low latency. Development of the MIPI RF Front End Control Interface (MIPI RFFESM) v3.0 has been keenly focused on meeting this challenge and aligning to precisely where evolution of the 3GPP 5G standard has progressed today.

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    Upcoming MIPI RFFE v3.0 Paves Way for 5G

    With its 1000x data traffic capacity-enhancing ability over 4G, the promise of 5G technology is set to herald a whole new era in wireless communications. Beyond delivering a richer and ubiquitous immersive multimedia experience, it is going to transform communication and control for industrial and automotive applications. The self-driving-car revolution is poised to use 5G as its central pillar. With an entirely new class of Internet of Things (IoT) devices using distributed wireless sensing and shared artificial intelligence (AI), it has already started harnessing the power of 5G. The true potential of 5G wireless technology is limited only by one’s imagination. Its scope is truly boundless. And, behind its far-reaching abilities lies the hidden complexities of wireless technology for which the MIPI RF Front End Control Interface (MIPI RFFE℠) specification is a key enabler.

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