Koala Tech Quantized Digital Amplification (QDA) is a new Standard agnostic paradigm for signal power amplification in telecommunications transmitters to solve the lack of energy efficiency on wireless and wired communications systems.


4G and 5G Basestations

Mobile devices and WiFi

Satellite Communications

Mobile operators reduced energy operational costs

Reduced environment impact

Enhanced battery life and reduce overheating in mobile devices

Enhanced performance and coverage in communication systems

Telecommunication power amplification standard and signal agnostic technology

Improved security in telecommunications with QDA physical layer security

Our Mission

Koala Tech’s mission is to create disruptive technology that reduces the huge amount of wasted energy in present and future wireless communications, contributing both for reducing the operational costs, achieve eco-sustainability in telecommunications. The new concept QDA (Quantized Digital Amplification) creates a disruption over traditional RF front ends power amplifiers and opens a way for a new level of energy efficiency in telecommunications, addressing the longstanding topic of the energy efficiency in wireless communications networks due to its impact on coverage, signal quality and operational costs, and the consequent negatives impacts on the environment.

R&D lines

Quantized Digital Amplification

Energy Efficiency: QDA4RRU (QDA for Remote Radio Units) for 4G and 5G base stations and satellites and QDA4ASIC (QDA for Application-Specific Integrated Circuit) for mobile devices.

QDA sub 6GHz for bandwidths up to 250 MHz and high order modulations up to 1024 QAM.

QDA for Ku band (12-18 GHz) and bandwidths up to 250 MHz with 1024 QAM and 1024 APSK.

QDA 23-60 GHz and high order modulations up to 1024 QAM and 1024 APSK.

Physical layer security

QDA security based for wireless and wired communication systems, using Multi-Carrier (MC) or Single-Carrier (SC) techniques.

QDA physical layer security for multi-carrier systems.

QDA physical layer security for single carrier systems.

Physical layer security for NOMA in massive MIMO systems.

Geolocalization in wireless networks

improved proprietary geolocalization methods and algorithms for ITO and sensor networks

New methods for accurate geolocalization in 5G networks.

Accurate geolocalization in sensors networks