Qorvo® Biotechnologies Receives FDA Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for Rapid COVID-19 Antigen Testing.
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|04/15/2021||Qorvo Biotechnologies Awarded $24.4 Million National Institutes of Health Contract to Scale Point-of-Care COVID-19 Antigen Testing|
|04/15/2021||Qorvo Biotechnologies Receives FDA Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for Rapid COVID-19 Antigen Testing|
|03/24/2021||Qorvo Accelerates 5G Smartphone Design with RF Fusion20™|
|03/22/2021||Qorvo Launches First Smart Home Device Controller to Support Simultaneous Wireless Communications|
|03/05/2021||Qorvo Technology Enables Perseverance Rover’s Safe Descent to Mars|
Monday, April 12, 2021
Join Qorvo’s Ben Thomas as he explains how the global slowdown has become a mobile data accelerator for 5G and mmW.
Did you know that vehicles today have more electronics and radios in them than the first space capsule sent to the moon? To reap the benefits of all the technology, each of these communication radios must work seamlessly without interference. Here’s what you need to know to avoid “traffic jams” in your V2X designs.
The excitement around 5G is shared on a global scale. And for good reason: 5G promises lightning speeds and opens up an array of innovative opportunities beyond our imagination. But it also requires overhauling the current network infrastructure. A key component that powers the new infrastructure is found in GaN technology. Here we discuss why GaN is so important to this effort.
Fostering innovation in 5G is vital to the industry reaching its full potential and to usher in next-generation technologies. Enter OpenRF, an industry consortium to advance these efforts. Here, Qorvo’s Kevin Schoenrock answers Microwave Journal’s questions about how OpenRF is creating a 5G ecosystem of functionally interoperable hardware and software across multi-mode RF front end and chipset platforms.
What does motor control have to do with delivering on the promises of the next-generation electronic devices? Answer: A whole lot. Here’s a short-list of what you need to know and where to go for more.