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[November 28, 2012]

Design Analysis Report - Ericsson GSM/W-CDMA/LTE 1800MHz RRUS01 B3 60W Remote Radio Unit

(M2 PressWIRE Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Dublin - Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/s5j8k7/design_analysis) has announced the addition of EJL Wireless Research's new report "Design Analysis Ericsson GSM/W-CDMA/LTE 1800MHz RRUS01 B3 60W Remote Radio Unit" to their offering.

This report covers the design analysis of an Ericsson GSM/W-CDMA/LTE 1800MHz RRUS01 B3 60W remote radio unit. This unit is part of the RBS6601 main/remote base station platform for Ericsson supporting GSM/W-CDMA/LTE. The unit was manufactured in Q2 2011.

Key Findings: - The remote radio unit combines the RU22 and FU21 units of the prior generation RBS3000 BTS architecture and is similar to the RRU22 with the major exception that this RRU does not require and forced air cooling.

- Ericsson has switched to a new amplifier design and mounting system for the high power RF transistors in this remote radio unit.

Features: - Complete Part Number/Marking - Component Manufacturer Identification - Function Component Description - Package Type Important Note: There is NO component pricing contained within the report.

Key Topics Covered: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY CHAPTER 1: ERICSSON RBS6000 BTS SYSTEM CHAPTER 2: RRUS MECHANICAL ANALYSIS CHAPTER 3: RRUS INTERFACE SUBSYSTEM CHAPTER 4: RRUS POWER SURGE PROTECTION DEVICE (SPD) PCB CHAPTER 5: RRUS TRX SUBSYSTEM CHAPTER 6: RRUS RF AMPLIFIER SUBSYSTEM CHAPTER 7: RRUS DUPLEXER CAVITY FILTER RF SUBSYSTEM CHAPTER 8: RRUS POWER AMPLIFIER HEAT EXCHANGE SUBSYSTEM Companies Mentioned: - Altera - Anaren Microwave - Broadcom Corp.

- Epson Toyocom - Fairchild Semiconductor - Freescale Semiconductor - Hittite Microwave - Huber Suhner - Infineon Technologies - Integrated Device Technology - Kemet - M/A-COM - Maxim Integrated Products - Murata - National Semiconductor - Nippon Chemi-Con - Nichion - NXP Semiconductors - ON Semiconductor - Panasonic - Peregrine Semiconductor - Pulse Engineering - Renesas Electronics - RF MicroDevices - Sanyo Electric - Skyworks Solutions - STMicroelectronics - Texas Instruments - TriQuint Semiconductors - Vishay Semiconductors For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/s5j8k7/design_analysis Source: EJL Wireless Research CONTACT: Research and Markets, Laura Wood, Senior Manager.

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