|11/28/2022||Qorvo Teams with MediaTek to Expand Design Wins in Smartphones, Routers and Automotive Platforms|
|11/22/2022||Qorvo to Present at the 6th Annual Wells Fargo TMT Summit|
|11/15/2022||Qorvo GaN Power Amplifier Module Wins 2022 World Electronics Achievement Award|
|11/02/2022||Qorvo and SK Siltron CSS Announce Long-Term Silicon Carbide (SiC) Supply Agreement|
|11/02/2022||Qorvo Announces $2 Billion Share Repurchase Program|
Good news for 5G IoT designs is on the horizon. Unlike smartphones, IoT doesn’t need all the rich capabilities of the current 5G specifications, and RedCap (Reduced Capability) reduces requirements for IoT devices, which opens the door for simpler designs, reduced cost and smaller devices. Read on to learn more about the exciting possibilities.
The acquisition of UnitedSiC has extended Qorvo’s reach into the fast-growing markets for electric vehicles (EVs), industrial power, circuit protection, renewables and data center power. This post is a collection of blogs that provide you with a deep dive into a comprehensive understanding of silicon carbide (SiC) power semiconductors and design techniques.
The ever-changing technologies, solutions and applications keep chip manufacturers on their toes to evolve their processes to provide world-class solutions for customers. This is especially true when it comes to the quality control process. Here, Wade Cole, Senior Director of High Performance Analog, Connectivity and Sensor Quality at Qorvo, explains the trends and how RF and power solution suppliers keep pace.
Want to know the latest and greatest information about RF and power solutions from the experts? Need tips or inspiration for your designs? We’re excited to bring you our virtual learning series for the third year in a row: The Qorvo Design Summit, November 8-10, 2022.