Cell phones, smartphones, and other mobile devices are adding features and services like crazy, which means more bands – and more RF antennas. In three years, each wireless device might need 20 bands.
But current device designs have no headroom for all those bands. Band explosion is already pushing performance downward, with more dropped calls and sluggish web browsing. What’s a designer to do?
Cavendish Kinetics’s tunable RF circuits, based on third-generation RF MEMS technology and our own innovative semiconductor processes, let you pack more performance into the same space, without packing in any more radios.
Cavendish lets you do more with less, so you can escape the vicious trade-off cycle between wireless performance, size, and cost.
January 14, 2014
A Method to Design an Aperture-Tuned Antenna Using a MEMS Digital Variable Capacitor, at MWJ by Paul Tornatta
Lossless Variable Capacitors open up new design space for mobile antenna designers
September 23, 2013
A New Variable Capacitor
May 9, 2013
RF MEMS Switches Are Primed For Mass-Market Applications, at MicroWaves&RF by Roger Allan
April 17, 2013
Cavendish Kinetics solves wireless performance gap, at Electronics Weekly News by David Manners
April 16, 2013
LTE reception boosted by MEMS device, at EETimes by R Colin Johnson<
February 12, 2013
Qualcomm Venture Video