Step into next-level consumer IoT with Qorvo at CES 2024.
Where imagination meets innovation!
January 9 - 12
Venetian Expo - Booth #53509
|11/22/2023||Qorvo to Present at the UBS Global Technology Conference|
|11/09/2023||Qorvo Battery Management Products Win 2023 World Electronics Achievement Award|
|11/01/2023||Qorvo Announces Fiscal 2024 Second Quarter Financial Results|
|10/18/2023||Qorvo to Webcast Quarterly Earnings Conference Call on November 1, 2023|
|10/05/2023||Zomedica Announces Acquisition of TRUFORMA Platform Developer Qorvo Biotech LLC, Accelerating Timeline to Gain Control of Manufacturing and Research & Development|
Thursday, December 7, 2023 8:00 AM PT / 11:00 AM ET
Join Fouad Boueri and Modelithics’ Dr. Larry Dunleavy to learn how the Modelithics GaN Library for Qorvo transistors help design engineers meet high-power, high-efficiency requirements more quickly through PA design simulation.
Sponsored by RFMW.
GaN PAs have taken over the high-power final stage of the RF Front-End. Having a negative Gate bias makes it different and sometimes challenging in design from other technologies, but its abilities are unmatched in many applications. Read how Qorvo’s power management solutions make GaN’s Gate bias differences disappear.
DOCSIS 4.0 is pushing the upstream into the realm of what was considered the downstream spectrum. By providing four new splits, the spectrum range can be from 5 MHz all the way to 684 MHz—a challenge when designing amplifiers for upstream applications. This blog post provides an overview of DOCSIS 4.0 and offers resources for a deeper dive.
Want ASEA system-level performance? Understanding the differences between Time Delay Units (TDUs) and Phase Shifters or using them together is essential to achieving it. This blog outlines what a time delay unit (TDU) is and how it can be used in a phased array radar system to reduce or eliminate beam squint.
The controls we use to interact with systems or machines have dramatically changed. The humble beginnings of rotary dials on your phone, on/off switches, or physical keys to open your car door have transformed into sleek and intuitive interfaces that empower us to connect seamlessly with machines. Here we look at how Human-Machine Interfaces (HMIs) are revolutionizing our interaction with technology.