RF Micro Devices to Showcase Industry-Leading Radio Frequency Components at 2011 Mobile World Congress
RF Micro Devices, Inc., a major player in the design and manufacture of high-performance radio frequency components and compound semiconductor technologies, will demonstrate a broad selection of industry-leading radio frequency components for the global mobile device market at the 2011 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain.
The company's broad portfolio of power amplifier-based and switch-based products for GSM/GPRS/EDGE, WEDGE, WCDMA, LTE, WiFi (News - Alert), and WiMAX devices will be spanned by the RF components to be highlighted by RFMD at MWC 2011.
PowerSmart power platforms, RFMD’s recently launched product which leverages the Company's proprietary RF Configurable Power Core and deliver multi-mode coverage of all cellular communications modulation schemes, will also be featured at MWC 2011.
Certain other products will be displayed by the company like: a new product family of single-mode 3G power amplifiers that deliver breakthrough current consumption, as well as a new 3G power platform for the mass market smartphone segment and a selection of switch-based products optimized for the high-band count and complex harmonic requirements of 4G LTE smartphones and tablets.
The industry's most innovative portfolio of radio frequency components, including cellular power amplifier modules, cellular transmit modules, antenna switch modules, switch filter modules, switch duplexer modules, and front ends for Wi-Fi, WiMAX (News - Alert) and GPS applications is also offered by RFMD. In addition, it also provides an expanding portfolio of wireless infrastructure products, including the world's most efficient broadband GaN power amplifier for 3G/4G base stations.
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Edited by Jennifer Russell