BCM61755

Small Cell SoC for Enterprise Markets

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The BCM61755 is a next-generation device for enterprise small-cell networks.
Broadcom's BCM61755 provides advanced enterprise features, including RF digital front end (DFE), multicore processors, increased user count, range and mobility and carrier aggregation, along with carrier Wi-Fi and Power-over-Ethernet compliance. The BCM61755 is part of Broadcom’s third-generation low-power small-cell baseband processors, which double the capacity for operators and carriers to offload data traffic from increasingly congested 3G, 4G/LTE mobile and Wi-Fi (802.11n and 802.11ac) networks.

Features

  • Includes 3G and 4G/LTE small-cell transceiver
  • Supports multiple networks and configurations, including:
  • 3G TDSCDMA and WCDMA
  • LTE in frequency division duplexing (FDD) and time division duplexing (TDD)
  • Carrier WLAN with dedicated WLAN processor core
  • China ZUC security algorithm
  • Combines PCI-Express and driver integration for Broadcom Wi-Fi solutions, enabling multimode access points and addition of carrier Wi-Fi to cellular solutions
  • Full support for Broadcom RF cellular devices and dual-band concurrent 802.11n and 801.11ac Wi-Fi technologies
  • Integrates power-reducing crest-factor reduction (CFR) and envelope tracking for RF
  • Embedded advanced DFE algorithms increase spectrum efficiency while minimizing overall system power consumption

Applications

  • Small Cell

Lifecycle Status

Active

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