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Type Private
Founded 2016
FounderMaryam Rofougaran, Reza Rofougaran
Headquarters Newport Beach, California, U.S.
IndustryTelecommunications (5G), Wireless
ProductsBeamX 28, BeamX 39
Movandi Corporation

7555 Irvine Center Drive, Suite 100
Irvine, CA 92618


Movandi is an American telecommunications company based in Newport Beach, California. It was founded by Maryam Rofougaran and Reza Rofougaran. The company specializes in 5G high frequency and millimeter wave networks by providing scalable, integrated RF, antenna technology and systems. Movandi provides technology to carriers, handset providers, wired and wireless companies, and is embedded in semiconductor chips and systems.[1][2]


Movandi was founded in 2016 by two siblings, Maryam Rofougaran and Reza Rofougaran. Movandi’s BeamX solutions launched in 2018.[1][2]

In 2018, Movandi announced an optimized RF front-end (RFFE) module for millimeter-wave bands and said that it is working on a mmWave front end for handsets. In the same year, Qualcomm, unveiled the 5G NR millimeter wave (mmWave) and sub-6 GHz RF modules. Movandi also announced a device to optimize 5G links across many use cases.[3][4]

In February 2019, Movandi announced the improvement of the coverage of high-band millimeter wave (mmWave) 5G by introducing its BeamXR repeater later this year. The BeamXR repeater offers large-scale 5G coverage with few base stations. 5G hardware can be installed by using BeamXR.[5] Movandi has also built a 28GHz box with 39GHz box that is currently in development.[6]


Movandi builds mmWave antenna arrays that are designed to be more compact, power-efficient over a wider power range, spectrally efficient, and cheaper to produce.[7][8][9][10]

Movandi has 40 patents designed as a complete system combining the entire front-end and antenna system rather than a mix and match of individual components. It develops RF CMOS across cellular, microwave backhaul, wi-fi, Bluetooth, GPS/GNSS, NFC, Femto cell, and other standards including the integration of multiple standards into a single chip.[11][12][7][8][4][13]


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