Fairwaves launches new SDR products

Fairwaves is launching two new “X“- products this fall:

XYNC – the ultimate low-cost massive MIMO SDR, with up to 32×32 transmit/receive channels. This is your choice if you work on a massive MIMO system or have a large swath of spectrum to monitor. XCOM – a compact, embedded x86 platform for SDR and other applications, which allows building inexpensive x86-based systems with special requirements.

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    Fairwaves is launching two new “X“- products this fall: XYNC – the ultimate low-cost massive MIMO SDR, with up to 32×32 transmit/receive channels XCOM – a compact, embedded x86 platform for SDR and other applications. XYNC XYNC (pronounced iks-sync) is your choice if you work on a massive MIMO system or have a large swath

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