GREENSBORO, NC – November 15, 2022 – Qorvo® (Nasdaq: QRVO), a leading global provider of connectivity and power solutions, today announced that its QPA3908, a Gallium Nitride (GaN) 8 Watt Power Amplifier Module (PAM) has won the 2022 Product of the Year from ASPENCORE's World Electronics Achievement Awards (WEAA) in the RF/Wireless/Microwave category.
The award recognizes Qorvo's innovative technology, offering a combination of high performance and a significantly smaller footprint ideal for network infrastructure equipment, including massive MIMO base stations and O-RAN networks for active antenna systems
"Qorvo's GaN offerings for 5G provide customers a perfect solution to minimize cost and increase capacity," said Chris Lepiane, vice president of Qorvo Power, Network & Defense Sales. “The QPA3908 module, along with its companion device - the QPA3810 - support the growth of 5G rollouts through greater integration at the board level and reduced complexity.”
Qorvo's QPA3908 incorporates GaN for both the driver PA and Doherty final stage, delivering high power-added efficiency at 8W average power. The module includes input and output matched components providing superior performance and is completely assembled with no additional tuning necessary. Qorvo's GaN PAM simplifies 5G network architecture and reduces customer design time, offering a more elegant solution than multiple discrete PAs.
ASPENCORE's World Electronics Achievement Awards honor companies and individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the innovation and development of the electronics industry worldwide. ASPENCORE's unique collection of media properties includes EETimes, EDN and Electronic Products. Qorvo also received the WEAA Product of the Year in 2020 and 2019.
Learn about the Qorvo GaN Advantage here: https://www.qorvo.com/design-hub.
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