Chen Chang, Strategic Business Development Director at NI (formerly National Instruments), has joined its board of directors. NI, a leading developer of automated test and measurement systems, joins Broadcom, Intel, MediaTek, Murata, Qorvo and Samsung Electronics on the Open RF Association Board of Directors.
Member collaboration with Signals Research Group creates real-world profiles for RF power levels in 5G handsets to improve battery life.
Initial specification release establishes an open, interoperable ecosystem between 5G chipset
and RF front-end vendors
UNISOC, a leading global supplier of core chipsets for mobile communications and
IoT, has joined the association.
As a leading developer of automated test and measurement systems that help engineers solve some of the world’s toughest challenges, NI will work with OpenRF to address the interoperability challenges facing the 5G ecosystem.
The Cooperation Framework (Liaison) Agreement between the OpenRF Association and the MIPI Alliance allows the two organizations to engage in joint collaborative projects relating to radio frequency (RF) front-end architecture, design, and technology.
OpenRF delivers optimum system performance, greater choice in RF front end platforms, faster time-to-market, and lower Total Cost of Ownership for 5G device manufacturers.