Sivers Wireless

As our demand for data grows, you need solutions that can offer the speed and flexibility that industry requires.

 

The proliferation of wireless devices – and the congestion on current frequency bands – drive data and telecoms companies to find solutions that can reliably exploit higher frequencies, increasing speed, power, and reliability. Sivers is a leading innovator of mmWave semiconductor and antenna technologies that meet – and exceed – these needs.

High data rates

5G millimeter wave offers a hundred times the speed of 4G, providing a genuine alternative to wired solutions with unparalleled value and flexibility.

Reliability

Sivers has been consistently innovating for almost 70 years, developing an enviable reputation for quality in every component.

Easily integrated

With individual components or ready-to-go modules, Sivers cooperates with eco-system partners to give their products a competitive advantage.

BFM06009

Sivers Semiconductors presents a new, innovative RF Module covering the full 14 GHz of bandwidth (57 – 71 GHz) with 2D beam steering (steering in both azimuth and elevation). This module enables you to differentiate and meet the requirements of large-scale manufacturing of your 60 GHz Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) products without sacrificing competitive performance.

The module enables deployments in the most diverse applications with the lowest cost of ownership making our customers products truly competitive.

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Wireless Products

From individual chipsets to ready-to-go modules, our components give your products a technical edge, while our evaluation kits take the guesswork out of development.

5G and WiGig Chipsets

A broad range of Radio Frequency Integrated Circuits (RFICs) for use in both licensed and unlicensed frequencies, from 24GHz to 71GHz.

All Sivers RFICs support high data rates with superior performance in a small form factor and are highly robust, capable of operating in temperatures from -40c to 85c.

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RF Modules

The simplest way to add wireless connectivity to your product – pre-tested and tuned. 

All modules integrate high-performance beamforming transceiver IC, antenna arrays, low pass filters, and base-band interface.

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Evaluation Kits

Our evaluation kits allow you to quickly assess the RF aspect of your 5G mmWave system.

Minimize development time and product cost while significantly reducing time to market. Our test platform offers an integrated solution with well-defined interfaces. 

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Frequently asked questions

What is the TRX BF/01?
It is a complete 16RX + 16TX beam forming RF transceiver supporting the frequency band 57-71GHz.
What is the architecture used in the TRX BF/01?
It is a Zero-IF topology ie 16 RF in/out and analog base band I/Q in/out.
What is the main targeted application for TRX BF/01?
The Transceiver is targeting data and telecommunication infrastructure solutions for unlicensed 5G mm-wave use cases.
Does the TRX BF/01 have any internal calibration routines?
The TRX BF/01 includes support for DC offset, LO leakage and IQ calibration. It includes an auxiliary ADC, supporting various external functions, e.g. power and temperature measurements as well as production test support.
1.26×1.26cm.
Regarding the beambook we will give you a short explanation for now, hopefully soon we can provide you with a user manual describing this in more details: The beam book file consists of a matrix of the form 16 columns and 64 rows. Each column contains information to the corresponding antenna how the phase shifts should stand (note that the beambook is reversed ie column 0 controls antenna patch 16) and each row contains one of 64 possible beams that the memories may contain. Each cell can thus have values from 0x0000 to 0x3F3F.
It uses embedded wafer level ball grid array (eWLB) package.
It is a complete 16RX + 16TX beam forming RF transceiver supporting the frequency band 24-29.5 GHz.
It is a Zero-IF topology ie 16 RF in/out and analog base band I/Q in/out.
The Transceiver is targeting data and telecommunication infrastructure solutions for unlicensed 5G mm-wave use cases.
The TRX BF/02 includes support for DC offset, LO leakage and IQ calibration. It includes an auxiliary ADC, supporting various external functions, e.g. power and temperature measurements as well as production test support.
1.26×1.26cm.
Regarding the beambook we will give you a short explanation for now, hopefully soon we can provide you with a user manual describing this in more details: The beam book file consists of a matrix of the form 16 columns and 64 rows. Each column contains information to the corresponding antenna how the phase shifts should stand (note that the beambook is reversed ie column 0 controls antenna patch 16) and each row contains one of 64 possible beams that the memories may contain. Each cell can thus have values from 0x0000 to 0x3F3F.
It uses embedded wafer level ball grid array (eWLB) package.
It can support two polarisations.
Please contact [email protected] for further assistance.
It uses Wafer-level chip scale packaging (WL-CSP) technology.
No. This is an analog beamformer IC which requires signals at 5G NR frequencies (24 to 29 GHz).
Yes.
No. Two chips are needed for this. AFEVM2Q275 covers 24.25-27.5 GHz and AFEVM2Q295 covers 26.5-29.5 GHz.
Internal ref clk (BFM06011) and external ref clk (BFM06010).
It is differential analog I/Q interface.
No.
It is differential analog base band, zero-IF, I/Q interface.
There are 4 TX and 4 RX mcx female type of connectors.
Yes, instruction for modification can be found in the user manual for EVK02001.
There is a USB, SPI and 2xGPIO connector interfaces available for direct access to registers. All connector pinning are described in the user manual for EVK02001.
Yes, where you can set all the registers.
Yes, there is a beam book available and the size is 64 different beams.
Python code for controlling the EVK. Power adaptor, USB cable, BFM02003 (radio module) and MB1 (mother board). User manual and 2 hour free support.
To quickly and easy evaluate RF performance of the TRX BF02 transceiver together with the antenna.
Yes, but you need to sign a support agreement for that.
Yes.
It is 2GHz ie 1GHz I/Q.
Yes.
13W.
No. This is not possible in the standard configuration.
It is differential analog base band, zero-IF, I/Q interface.
There are 4 TX and 4 RX mcx female type of connectors.
Yes, instructions for modification can be found in the EVK user manual.
There is a USB, SPI and 2xGPIO connectors interfaces available for direct access to registers. All connector pinning are described in the EVK user manual.
Yes, where you can set all the registers.
Yes, there is a beam book available and the size is 64 different beams.
Python code for controlling the EVK. Power adaptor, USB cable, BFM6010 (radio module) and MB1 (mother board). User manual and 2 hour free support.
To quickly and easy evaluate RF performance of the TRX BF01 transceiver together with the antenna.
Yes, but you need to sign a support agreement for that.
Yes.
It is 2GHz ie 1GHz I/Q.
Yes.
13W.
6 full 2GHz wigig channels, 57-71GHz.
No, for that you need to sign a supply agreement.
No. This is not possible in the standard configuration.
No. This is not possible in the standard configuration.

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