BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–According to Strategy Analytics, Murata and Broadcom are well positioned to exploit new RF filter technologies for mobile phone as reported in Acoustic Filters: Critical to Future RF FE Integration (PPT), also available as a video presentation.
Christopher Taylor, author of the report, commented, “5G mobile devices with more bands at higher frequencies and higher bandwidths have created demand for new acoustic filters. Some of the companies that appear well-positioned to meet this demand include Resonant in partnership with Murata, Broadcom, Qorvo and Akoustis, each with its own approaches.”
Stephen Entwistle, VP of Strategic Technologies, added that “The number of acoustic RF filters shipping per year will double from 2020 to 2025 as shown in the report, and depending on the success of new filter technologies, companies in the RF front end will gain or lose share as they work to broaden their product portfolios. Today thin-film SAW and scandium-doped BAW filters have generated quite a bit of interest, but this will soon shift to even more advanced filters for 5G and Wi-Fi 6E.”
Source: Strategy Analytics, Inc.
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