[PConline Information] According to foreign media, National Instruments (National Instruments) recently demonstrated a four-site mmWave 5G package and test solution developed in cooperation with Tessolve and Johnstech. In response to the technical challenges related to the testing of 5G mmWave packages, this solution helps reduce the cost and risk of delays in listing for semiconductor manufacturers that produce mmWave 5G integrated circuits.
NI, Tessolve, and Johnstech jointly demonstrated a four-site mmWave 5G IC package component test solution, including the mmWave interface board designed and manufactured by Tessolve and the mmWave contactor rated up to 100 GHz designed by Johnstech.
A key element of this solution is the NI Semiconductor Test System (STS). The part of the demonstration included multiple access mmWave test STS configurations optimized for 5G power amplifiers, beamformers and transceivers. The main advantage of this show is modularity, allowing the use of modular mmWave radio heads to reuse software and baseband\/IF instruments to address current and future mmWave frequency bands of interest. Semiconductor manufacturers interested in this solution can find STS information on ni.com\/sts.
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