BARCELONA, Spain -- AAC Technologies Holdings, Inc. showcases mechanically integrated RF solutions together with antenna tunability at Mobile World Congress, in Hall 2, 2B40MR.
AAC Technologies (AAC) is a world-leading micro component total solutions provider for the communications and consumer electronics markets, addressing acoustic, antenna, haptic, mechanical, optics and RF technologies. Following success stories in integration of plastic enclosures, RF and acoustics for globally recognized smartphones, AAC are now entering a new era for Mechanically Integrated RF & Acoustics – to further a differentiated end-user experience.
AAC Technologies are proud to support our customers in creating some of the most cutting edge smartphones in the market, enabled by integrating a range of technologies into metal casings. Our Mechanically Integrated RF & Acoustics now features both aesthetic and functioning structural metal mechanics, machined in-house through high precision processes; integrating antenna solutions with tunable functionality, as well as stereo and surround sound acoustics solutions. In addition to serving smartphones, AAC are supporting a range of portable consumer electronics devices, such as tablets, wearables and Internet-of-Things (IoT) with integrated solutions.
WiSpry has been a strong addition to AAC Technologies, their high performance RF-MEMS tuner has been incorporated into our mechanically integrated RF & acoustics solutions. As the roll-out of LTE-Advanced continues, and standards for 5G are being discussed, the importance of antenna performance is ever increasing. With demand for higher data rates and higher signal-to-noise ratios in both downlink and uplink, together with metal casings, slimmer and more compact devices, an integrated solution with antenna tuning capabilities becomes essential. AAC Technologies, together with WiSpry, are uniquely positioned to provide design and manufacturing of cutting-edge technology across multiple segments – enabling our customers to differentiate in a highly competitive market.
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