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MediaTek T830 platform for 5G CPE devices now official

MediaTek announced the latest member of its 5G portfolio with the T830 platform. It is for 5G customer-premise equipment like routers and modems.
MediaTek T830 platform for 5G CPE devices now official
MediaTek T830 is now ready for deployment for 5G CPE devices

MediaTek T830 platform for 5G CPE devices has been announced

The T830 platform is for 5G devices such as fixed wireless access routers and mobile hotspots. It is built with MediaTek’s M80 modem which supports advanced Release 16 capabilities for sub-6GHz band operations, making the platform ideal for 5G networks around the globe.

For producers of devices, the T830's highly integrated, small design offers significant power savings and cuts down on costs and time spent developing new products. In order to avoid the expenditures of wireline technologies like cable or fiber, the T830 enables operators to deliver 5G speeds up to 7Gbps utilizing sub-6GHz cellular infrastructure right out of the box. Additionally, customers can get super-fast internet from a little device they can install themselves, avoiding the inconveniences of fixed line broadband's long installation times.

The T830 platform consists of a primary SoC with an integrated 3GPP Release-16 5G cellular modem, a potent quad-core Arm Cortex-A55 CPU, a sub-6GHz RF transceiver, and a GNSS receiver, and related PMICs.

A Network Processing Unit (NPU) and a WiFi offload engine are also included in the main SoC to provide multi-gigabit routing rates between 5G cellular and Ethernet or Wi-Fi without the need for a CPU, which improves speed and battery efficiency.

Customers can choose from a variety of MediaTek's acclaimed Filogic Wi-Fi connectivity options to pair the T830 with. The T830 and Filogic 680 can be coupled to create 5G FWA routers (Tri-band 4x4 WiFi 7). The T830 and Filogic 380 can be linked to create 5G Mobile hotspots (dual-band 2x2 WiFi 7). These products all offer top-tier compatibility for new Wi-Fi 7 features including MLO (Multi-Link Operation) and 320MHz broad channels.

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