MIPI RFFE Interface Applications

Customize Your RFFE Interface Using Lattice FPGAs

Do you need a customized bridge between the RFIC and your RF Component? Lattice FPGAs that come in tiny packages and consume very low power can deliver exactly that and more.

I/O Voltage Flexibility - Lattice FPGAs support I/Os with flexible voltage ranging from 1.2V to 3.3V. Lattice FPGAs provide GPIO expansion and custom enhancements to the control path of your RF Front-End modules.

Custom bridging solutions - Make your RF Module flexible and capable of newer features, like carrier aggregation and antenna tuning. Customize the control path with innovative RFFE I/F bridge solutions.

Block Diagram

The block diagram below shows how Lattice FPGAs can enhance the control functionality in a RF-Front End system of a smartphone, tablet or other mobile device.



Information Resources
Sensor Expansion in Mobile Handsets
SB002 10/18/2012 PDF 437.7 KB
Sensor Mangement via MIPI SLIMbus
SB013 10/17/2012 PDF 520.9 KB
Intelligent Sensor Management
SB003 10/17/2012 PDF 509.4 KB
MIPI Battery Interface Using iCE40
I0224 4.0 10/26/2017 PDF 722.1 KB
Consumer Solutions Brochure
I0222 6.0 10/24/2013 PDF 4.6 MB
An FPGA Companion in Smartphone Design
1.0 5/1/2012 PDF 550.2 KB
An FPGA Companion in Smartphone Design (Chinese Language Version)
1.0 5/31/2012 PDF 382.4 KB
New Approaches to Hardware Acceleration Using Ultra Low Density FPGAs
1.0 8/25/2013 PDF 397 KB
Programmable Logic Devices in Mobile Handsets
1.0 6/1/2012 PDF 154.4 KB
Programmable Logic Devices in Handsets (Chinese Language Version)
1.0 5/31/2012 PDF 198.4 KB

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