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Design challenges for Wi-Fi front-end designs: How not to run hot!

Design challenges for Wi-Fi front-end designs: How not to run hot!

A two part blog series by Qorvo.

This is the first of a two-part blog series that looks at the design challenges for Wi-Fi front-end designs. Part 2 will examine coexistence and interference.

For wireless access points or customer premises equipment (CPE), it can be hard to fully account for thermal management and the parameters affected by it prior to FCC certification. To save yourself the headaches of last-minute changes due to interference, coexistence or RF front-end (RFFE) linearity, be sure to design using component thermal parameters in mind. This blog post explains the biggest thermal challenges facing Wi-Fi front-end designs.

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