|09/19/2023||Qorvo Announces Industry’s Smallest Low Voltage Transmit Module for Cellular IoT|
|09/12/2023||Qorvo Introduces World’s Highest Power Ku-Band Satellite Communications Amplifier|
|08/31/2023||Qorvo to Present at the Goldman Sachs Communacopia + Technology Conference|
|08/29/2023||Qorvo Named a STEM Workforce Diversity Magazine Top 50 Employer for 2023|
|08/28/2023||Qorvo Statement on the Passing of Board Member Jeffery R. Gardner|
Technology is always evolving. Gallium Nitride (GaN) technology, along with power management integrated circuitry (PMIC) in phased array radar systems, is part of this evolution. GaN entered the market some time ago with differences in operational methodology but with the key advantage of higher power, wider bandwidth and high breakdown voltage performance over previous generational technologies.
Our first installment of a new blog series from QSPICE creator, Mike Engelhardt, finds our author musing on his early days of high-voltage power supply design and how today’s SiC FETs could have made life so much easier.
Qorvo was named a “Top 50 Employer” by STEM Workforce Diversity Magazine in their 22nd annual ranking of U.S. firms. The list recognizes the top companies that provide a positive work environment for diverse groups in the professions of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) based on the magazine's reader survey.
New semiconductor switch tech emerges occasionally, like SiC and GaN, offering superior power efficiency and size to traditional silicon parts. Understand how Qorvo's SiC-FET goes beyond with a 750V device in a small TO-Leadless package, offering unique design advantages.
While 5G signifies promising possibilities to consumers, it often evokes thoughts of limited design options for engineers creating 5G products. However, a new standardized approach called Open RAN (Open Radio Access Networks) offers greater flexibility and choice in designing and implementing 5G products. This blog post outlines how designers can leverage a more open standardized architecture, allowing them to mix and match components from several vendors.