Skyworks Solutions Inc. has announced that its SkyOne Ultra 3.0 portfolio is leveraged by Inseego, a developer of 5G and intelligent internet of things (IoT) device-to-cloud solutions, for their next-generation mobile hotspot. Given the significant growth in mobile subscribers and densification of data traffic — which will intensify with 5G — demand for portable, reliable anytime connectivity is rapidly increasing.
Skyworks’ compact, highly-integrated front-end system is being utilized in combination with Qualcomm’s LTE X20 modem to power Inseego’s MiFi 8800L device, the industry’s first commercially available gigabit LTE platform for Cat 18.
According to Zion Market Research, the mobile hotspot router market is expected to increase from approximately $2 billion in 2017 to more than $7 billion by 2024, a compound annual growth rate of 20%.
About Skyworks’ SkyOne Ultra 3.0 portfolio
The SkyOne Ultra 3.0 family utilizes Skyworks’ SkyBlue technology for today’s IoT applications. The highly-integrated architectures incorporate all of the power amplification, integrated filtering, antenna switching and diversity receive functionality in an extremely compact package, facilitating deployment of cellular connectivity across a wide range of IoT products. Solutions include:
- SKY78130-13 — Low band 3G/4G SkyOne Ultra 3.0 module
- SKY78131-13 — Mid band 3G/4G SkyOne Ultra 3.0 module
- SKY78132-21 — High band 3G/4G SkyOne Ultra 3.0 module
- SKY87021-11 — RF front-end power management IC
- SKY13716-11 — Low band, low noise amplifier (LNA) diversity receive module
- SKY13751-11 — Mid-high band/Ultra-high band LNA diversity receive module
- SKY13719-11 — Mid/High/Ultra-high band LNA MIMO receive module
- SKY77794-12 — Band 42 power amplifier with SkyBlue
For more information, visit Skyworks’ cellular connectivity solutions for IoT.