AxEnd, Inc. is a startup venture that aims at the development of future radio frequency and wireless communication systems. Coupling state of the art semiconductor power devices and integrated circuits with advanced systems concepts of software defined RF filtering and linearization techniques, AxEnd, Inc. is integrating innovative approaches to develop the next generation base stations and mobile terminals for cellular communication. As well as low cost/high performance reconfigurable RF systems for emerging wireless applications such as the Internet of Things (IoT).
AxEnd’s MicroSensing radar is a new technology that uses an innovative method of radar sensing that enables the detection and interpretation of human gestures and hand motions. This new technology will allow for revolutionary forms of interaction with numerous types of devices, including smartphones, computer mice, laser pointers, as well as other I/O applications. The radar technology used in our MicroSensing radar was developed by engineers in association with UCLA. At this time, there are no products on the market using the same type of radar technology for human and product interaction. AxEnd’s MicroSensing Radar is sure to open a new frontier in human machine interaction.
AxEnd’s near-term product development vision within one to three years is to develop high performance OEM modules for LTE base stations and mobile terminals that support multi-tier carrier aggregation defined in the LTE-Advanced standard.
Within a five-year time-frame, AxEnd will develop the upcoming 5G cellular communications hardware infrastructure including both base stations and mobile terminals, with broader operating bandwidths of over 1GHz supporting multi-gigabytes per second download speeds. Ax-End will step off of being an OEM manufacturer and become a systems house producing base stations and mobile terminals.
Beyond the 5-year horizon, AxEnd will leverage on its hardware and software strengths in advanced system concepts and meet demands of data rates greater than 10GB/s for virtual reality applications that can greatly impact humanity such as remote medical operations and 3D gaming Etc.