Qorvo®, Inc. (Nasdaq: QRVO), a leading supplier of RF solutions in mobile, infrastructure and aerospace, defense applications, today introduced the first 47-band / Wi-Fi bulk acoustic wave (BAW) coexistence filtering And the V2X front-end product suite based on this, it is possible to enable the vehicle-to-things (V2X) link in the telecommunications unit (TCU) and antenna while ensuring reliability. With an estimated 286 million connected passenger cars worldwide from 2019 to 2025, this product portfolio provides a ready-made solution for V2X communications.
V2X is a general term for vehicle communication technology, which allows vehicles to communicate with the surrounding environment. Information from sensors and other sources is transmitted through low-latency, high-reliability links, paving the way for fully autonomous driving. V2X has several components, including car-to-car (V2V), car-to-infrastructure (V2I), car-to-pedestrian (V2P), and car-to-network (V2N) communication.
The Qorvo V2X kit includes the first 47-band / Wi-Fi bulk acoustic wave (BAW) coexistence filter, which enables coexistence with Wi-Fi in the V2X 5.9 GHz band. This ability is essential for establishing a reliable connection between the vehicle and its surroundings. It also includes two integrated front-end modules (FEM) supporting C-V2X and DSRC systems, a digital step attenuator, transmit / receive switches, and a low-noise amplifier.
Gorden Cook, General Manager of Qorvo's Transmission Business Unit, said: "Qorvo is the only company to provide a multi-chip compatible solution that enables robust V2X links and sufficient transmission linear power and performance in Wi-Fi environments. Best reception performance. Qorvo's new BAW filter QPQ2200Q is an important part of autonomous vehicle systems, where Wi-Fi and V2X will coexist. "
Eligible customers can request samples of the following products in the Qorvo V2X kit:
Qorvo offers a broad portfolio of automotive V2X, Wi-Fi, SDARS and LTE solutions, while supporting C-V2X and DSRC protocols. These solutions were developed in close cooperation with multiple chip sets used by leading module manufacturers to support longer automotive life cycles. In addition to meeting ISO / TS 16949 certification requirements, Qorvo also performs AEC-Q100 and AEC-Q200 tests to ensure products meet stringent automotive industry requirements.