MediaTek T830 is a consumer premise equipment (CPE) SoC with a quad-core Cortex-A53 processor, an integrated Sub-6GHz 5G modem, hardware-based network acceleration engines,and optional support for Wi-Fi 6/6E, and son the new WiFi 7.
It’s unrelated to the MediaTek Filogic 830 WiFi router SoC and instead, offers an upgrade to the MediaTek T750 5G chipset for higher performance multi-gigabit CPE products, such as fixed wireless access (FWA) routers and mobile hotspots (Mi-Fi) with up to 7 Gbps 5G speeds.
MediaTek T830 specifications:
- CPU – 4x Arm Cortex-A55 cores @ up to 2.2 GHz
- GPU – Unnamed 3D GPU
- Networking accelerators
- MediaTek Network Processing Unit
- QoS Acceleration and Tunneling Offload Engine for VLAN / PPTP / L2TP / GRE
- Memory I/F – LPDDR4x / LPDDR5
- Storage I/F – nMCP (NAND-based Multi-Chip Package) suggested. SPI, eMMC 5.1, and ONFI (Open NAND Flash Interface) supported
- Display I/F – MIPI DSI interface for up to 720p displays
- Networking and wireless connectivity
- 2x 1/2.5/5/10GbE USXGMII interfaces
- MediaTek Filogic 650 Wi-Fi 6/6E & Bluetooth 5 combo solution available (WiFi 7 coming in 2023 with either Filogic 680 for FWA routers or Filogic 380 for mobile access points)
- 3x PCI-Express for connection to Wi-Fi / Bluetooth combo chip
- Based on MediaTek M80 modem compliant with 3GPP Release 16
- Sub-6 (FR1), 5G-CA, FDD/TDD
- Peak Download Speed – 7.01 Gbps (SA)
- Peak Upload Speed – 2.5 Gbps (SA)
- 4G – 4G-CA, FDD / TDD
- Dual 5G SIM (DSDS)
- Specific Functions – SA & NSA modes; SA Option 2, NSA Option 3/3A/3X; DL 4CC up to 300 MHz; DL/UL 256QAM
- 5G UltraSave technologies
- 1x PCM/SPI for connection to external SLIC for RJ11 phone ports
- GPS L1CA+L5
- BeiDou B1I+ B2a + B1C
- Glonass L1OF
- Galileo E1 + E5a + E5b
- QZSS L1CA+ L5
- USB – 1x USB 3.2 Gen 1 interface
The MediaTek T830 will mostly be found in telecom operators’ CPE hardware, and the company says the solution supports RDK-B, prplOS and OpenSync to comply with the operators’ open OS framework specifications. Further information may be found on the product page and press release.
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