BeammWave granted joint research project on mmWave

Wednesday, 01 June, 2022

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.

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