Article | November 20, 2017

How Not To Run Hot: Overcoming Thermal Challenges In Wi-Fi Front-End Designs (Part 1)

Source: Qorvo

By Wayne Polonio, Qorvo

How Not To Run Hot: Overcoming Thermal Challenges In Wi-Fi Front-End Designs (Part 1)

It can be hard to fully account for thermal management and affected parameters in wireless access points or customer premises equipment prior to FCC certification. It is, therefore, important to design these products with the component thermal parameters in mind. This article is the first part in a two part series that looks at the design challenges for Wi-Fi front-end designs. Part 2 will cover coexistence and interference. Download the article below for more information.

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