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Design Analysis of the Ericsson CDMA/LTE 1900MHz RRUS11 B25 80W 2x2 MIMO Remote Radio Unit

DUBLIN, January 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of EJL Wireless Research's new report "Design Analysis of the Ericsson CDMA/LTE 1900MHz RRUS11 B25 80W 2x2 MIMO Remote Radio Unit" to their offering. 

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This report covers the design analysis of an Ericsson CDMA/LTE 1900MHz RRUS11 B25 80W remote radio unit. This unit is part of the RBS610x/6201/6301/6601 base station platform for Ericsson W-CDMA. The unit was manufactured in Q2 2011. 

Component and semiconductor suppliers mentioned in this report include: Analog Devices, Bourns, Broadcom, Coilcraft, Epson-Toyocom, ETAL Fairchild Semiconductor, Freescale Semiconductor, Infineon Technologies, Integrated Device Technology, Maxim Integrated Products, Micron Technology, Nippon Chemi-Con, NXP Semiconductors, ON Semiconductor, Pulse Engineering, Semtech, STMicroelectronics, TDK-Epcos, Texas Instruments, & Vishay Semiconductors.

Key Features:

  • Complete Part Number/Marking
  • Component Manufacturer Identification
  • Function Component Description
  • Package Type
  • Total Pages: 131
  • Total Tables: 31
  • Total Exhibits: 123

This particular unit was built in Q2 2011, given the date codes present on many of the semiconductor integrated circuits contained within the unit as well as on the front panel of the unit. As such, some or many of the components, both active and passive, have been updated or replaced by more recent part numbers. 

The majority of the components contained within the bill of materials analysis are not RoHS compliant. We believe that the overall system and functionality presented has not changed dramatically compared to the latest version of this unit.

Where possible, all components, both passive and active, have been identified with the manufacturer's part number within the bill of materials analysis. 

This analysis does not include any pricing information or estimated costs on the mechanical design or for any passive or active components contained within the system. 

All dimensions, unless otherwise specifically stated, are in metric format. 

Key Topics Covered: 

Chapter 1: Ericsson RBS6000 BTS System

Chapter 2: RRUS 11 Mechanical Analysis

Chapter 3: RRUS 11 Interface Subsystem

Chapter 4: RRUS 11 Power Surge Protection Device (Spd) Pcb

Chapter 5: RRUS 11 Trx Subsystem

Chapter 6: RRUS 11 Rf Amplifier Subsystem

Chapter 7: RRUS 11 Duplexer Cavity Filter Rf Subsystem 

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