BeammWave granted joint research project on mmWave
BeammWave, in collaboration with Sweden’s KTH Royal Institute of Technology and Lund University, will coordinate a project titled ‘Low complexity MIMO mmWave transceiver architectures for handheld devices’. It has a total budget of 7.6 million Swedish Krona ($1.08 million); the BeammWave share of the grant is SEK1.1m.
The project has the objective to take BeammWave’s patented design and prototype to a validated production-ready product, enabling collaboration with commercial entities.
The project will run over two years and will have both theoretical and practical components.
Rohde & Schwarz will provide a FiRa-validated, ultra-wideband (UWB) PHY Conformance Test Tool...
The solution may be under their feet.
Prototypes of the beam-steering antenna at 26 GHz have shown transmission efficiency.