MediaTek has developed into one of the most successful manufacturers of chipsets for a wide variety of electronic devices, such as smartphones, Chromebooks, Smart TVs, Internet of Things devices, and many more.
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In addition, the company provides a selection of 5G modems that can serve as a competitive alternative to those provided by industry leaders such as Qualcomm and Samsung.
Now, in addition to a few new processors, MediaTek has also released their T800 5G modem, which boasts a speed of up to 7.9Gbps and was unveiled alongside the new chips.
In spite of the fact that it is a component of the recently introduced MediaTek Dimensity 9200 SoC, the business claims that it may also be utilised for always-connected PCs, industrial IoT, and M2M applications.
The T700 is the predecessor to the brand-new MediaTek T800, which was just released and has the same name as its predecessor. It is a modem that supports StandAlone (SA) and Non-StandAlone (NSA) networks, and it is both quick and effective. It is compatible with sub-6GHz and mmWave brands.
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In addition to that, It supports the Dual SIM Dual Standby functionality. Download rates of up to 7.9 Gbps and upload speeds of up to 4.2 Gbps are also possible with this modem. Along with full compatibility for 4GPP Release-16 specification for 5G, the modem also has full support for 4CC carrier aggregation.
In comparison, the maximum download speeds of Qualcomm’s Snapdragon X70 modem reach 10 Gbps, while the maximum upload rates reach 3.5 Gbps.For more updates newsyorbit.com
The power efficiency of the MediaTek T800 5G modem is maximised thanks to its construction on a power-efficient 4nm node and its incorporation of 5G UltraSave technology. Although it supports PCIe and USB host interfaces out of the box, it is also capable of being connected to the rest of the machine through a variety of different channels.
It provides FR1 Transceivers, an Envelope Tracking (ET) chip, a Monolithic Low Noise Amplifier (MLNA), a GNSS receiver, and associated PMICs in addition to a fully integrated 3GPP Release-16 5G cellular modem. For more updates newsyorbit.com