Last week, the Korean tech giant Samsung announced the development of an 8nm radio frequency (RF) chip. According to the report the company looking to increase its 5G network area for its smartphones.
It is reported that the company has developed a unique 8nm RF dedicated architecture called RFextremeFET (RFeFET™), which can significantly improve RF characteristics while using less power.
As per the comparison with 14nm RF, Samsung’s RFeFET complements digital PPA scaling and restores analog/RF scaling at the same time, thus realizing a high-performance 5G platform. In addition, the new 8nm RF chip can increase efficiency by 35% and reduce the area by 35%. All these things indicated that Samsung is going to use an 8nm RF chip to accelerate its 5G network area.
According to reports, Samsung’s cutting-edge foundry technology is expected to provide “single-chip solutions” specifically for 5G communications that support multi-channel and multi-antenna chip designs.
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The earliest application of radio frequency is Radio broadcasting (FM/AM), which is still the most classic application of radio frequency technology and even the radio field so far.
The radio frequency high-frequency alternating electromagnetic wave. It is the abbreviation of Radio Frequency, which means the electromagnetic frequency that can radiate into space and the range is between 300KHz and 300GHz.
What is the Radio frequency:
- Radio frequency: generally the part where information is sent and received.
- Baseband: generally the part of information processing.
- Power management: It is generally a power-saving part, which is very important for smartphones.
- Peripherals: generally include LCD, keyboard, shell, etc.
- Software: generally includes systems, drivers, middleware, and applications.