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In today's smart devices, the RF Front-End (Also called RFFE) represents all the circuitry between High frequency data received from Antennas to near-zero frequency baseband signals.
In current mobile devices, there is a sophisticated circuitry that is responsible for converting information from the near-zero frequency baseband signals used to convey information and data to radio-signals that can be received or transmitted over the air.
In the rapidly developing world of Internet of Things (IoT), the radio frequency front-end (RFFE) of smart devices will have to handle higher data rates and access the full bandwidth of 4G/5G wireless technology. The reason for this, of course, is the growing demands of ubiquitous low latency data at higher operating frequencies required to accommodate enhanced data transmission capabilities and rapidly growing numbers of users.
In this blog post we discuss the key solver capabilities that OnScale provides to RF engineers designing acoustic filters. We describe the process of simulating different resonators based on surface acoustic wave (SAW) and bulk acoustic wave (BAW) technology.
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