Nokia Buys Australian RF Filter Company
Jun 5, 2014, 7:14 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Nokia today said it has acquired Mesaplexx, a company based in Australia that develops radio frequency (RF) filter technology. Nokia says Mesaplexx's technology will help it improve its Flexi-branded base stations. Nokia claims it may be able to reduce the size of its Flexi products by as much as 30% using Mesaplexx's RF filters. It will also be able to reduce the cost of each base station, reduce the power consumption of each base station, and minimize radio signal loss in any given cell. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Nokia recently sold its handset business to Microsoft, but still maintains its networking and HERE Maps businesses.
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