Strategy Analytics was pre-briefed on Nujira’s recent announcements on Tuesday 26th January.
The presentation was given by Tim Haynes, CEO and Julian Hildersley, VP Handset Products & Strategy and focused on recent progress they company has made in further commercializing their envelope tracking technology.
Nujira’s High Accuracy Tracking (HAT™) Modulator technology as used in their Coolteq products dynamically control the power supply to the circuit in line with the transmission performance required, enabling the creation of highly efficient RF PAs for 3G and 4G cellular base stations, handsets and TV broadcast transmitters.
Nujira has been successful in introducing its technology to the industry
and current engagements encompass cellular infrastructure (12 OEM's engaged in trials), digital TV broadcasting (DVB, 2 OEM JVs), cellular handsets (one customer signed up) and a OEM trial for military radio.
Nujira is targeting both CPE and infrastructure markets, but the company is adopting different strategies to commercialize its technology in these areas.
While we do not see Nujira’s Coolteq technology translating to overnight changes in the wireless landscape, by partnering with leading GaAs and GaN technology suppliers, the company has developed a sound strategy for commercialization.
Clients of the GaAs service can read more in the insight Nujira's Partners with RFMD and TriQuint to Target Higher Efficiency and Broadband Requirements