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MediaTek T750 5G chipset for fixed wireless access routers and mobile hotspot devices announced

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MediaTek announced its T750 5G chipset designed for next-gen 5G CPE wireless products like fixed wireless access routers and mobile hotspots.
MediaTek T750 5G chipset for fixed wireless access routers and mobile hotspot devices announced
MediaTek T750 5G

MediaTek T750 5G chipset

First off, the T750 has a 7nm compact chip design. It is full-featured with all the essentials and peripherals present for device makers. This will enable them to build high-performance consumer premise equipment products in the smallest form factors possible.

In addition, the T750 design, which includes a 5G NR FR1 modem, quad-core Arm Cortex-A55 processors, and the required peripherals all on a single chip, offers performance and time-to-market advantages that speed up ODM/OEM development times.

5G routers with support for sub-6GHz frequencies bring a more affordable broadband alternative to areas with limited DSL, cable, or fiber coverage. It will provide access to high-speed connectivity to suburban, rural, and less developed areas.

Other features of the MediaTek T750 5G chipset include support for standalone and non-standalone sub-6GHz 5G networks, support for up to 5CC LTE carrier aggregation, two-component 5G FR1 carrier aggregation in both FDD and TDD modes, embedded GPU and display driver to support up to 720p display, 4 x PCIe interfaces for external WiFi and Bluetooth, 2 x 2.5Gbps SGMII Interfaces for various LAN configuration, and a PCM interface for external landline phones.

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