5G not only increases your connection speed, it is ultra-reliable and everywhere. 5G makes use of technologies originally used for defense, like millimeter waves, massive MIMO and beamforming to fulfill the promise of universal connectivity. Find out more on our 5G Innovation page, and download our 5G RF For Dummies® e-book.
The "Internet of Things" (IoT) and "smart home" are modern-day buzz words, but more and more people possess smart devices that are connected to one another. What is the real power of the IoT? What exactly is the IoT? And how can it positively change our daily lives?
Building today's flagship phone is more demanding than ever. That's why Qorvo designed RF Fusion™, a global carrier aggregation platform with an exceptionally small footprint.
This video demonstrates how to properly bias a GaN transistor. You can also refer to the Qorvo GaN transistor model library (http://www.qorvo.com
Qorvo's Advanced Microwave Module Assembly (AMMA) Facility provides Integrated Assemblies / Packaging Services for Microwave, RF and Optical systems customers. Qorvo has continuously expanded its facility at its Richardson, Texas, coupled with Qorvo's design and manufacturing center to provide one-stop convenience and security. The innovative facility grew with the recent addition of new die-attach equipment. Die-level devices can now be fabricated, tested, packaged and shipped to customers from one secure location. AMMA supports a wide variety of industry-standard RF packages, thermal spreaders and RF, microwave and optical modules. Qorvo also supports custom design and fabrication needs. Qorvo is a leader in developing innovative solutions for our customers' changing requirements. Our packaging expertise expands Qorvo's portfolio of integrated solutions for convenience and lower overall system costs. Qorvo is a DMEA Trusted Foundry.
Shocked by ESD challenges? This video provides a basic understanding of system-efficient ESD design (SEED) methodology for mobile system design ), ESD components and best practices. Learn how to apply SEED methodology with step-by-step examples within the mobile design
Qorvo QPF4001EVB1 Evaluation Board is a demonstration and evaluation platform based on the Qorvo QPF4001 GaN MMIC Front End Module.
The use of mobile devices is growing exponentially and driving a vast increase in mobile data consumption around the globe. A growing amount of consumer content is being uploaded and shared to the cloud every day, enabling access from anywhere at any time. However, sending all of this information is not easy for devices and their RF solutions designed for portability. Higher data rates often mean more power consumption. Moreover, while yesterday's power management methods are useful, they do not meet the growing demand to share mobile content. Enter Envelope Tracking, an innovative technology that uses data transmission information to make the most efficient use of battery power.
Qorvo (Nasdaq:QRVO) is a leading provider of core technologies and RF solutions for mobile, infrastructure and aerospace/defense applications. Qorvo was formed following the merger of RFMD and TriQuint, and has more than 6,000 global employees dedicated to delivering solutions for everything that connects the world. Qorvo has the industry's broadest portfolio of products and core technologies; world-class ISO9001-, ISO 14001- and ISO/TS 16949-certified manufacturing facilities; and is a DoD-accredited 'Trusted Source' (Category 1A) for GaAs, GaN and BAW products and services. For the industry's leading core RF solutions, visit www.qorvo.com.
Mobile devices connect us to the people, places, and things we care about most. To create these amazing devices, manufacturers deal with increasingly complex RF challenges. A multitude of form factors, a dramatic rise in demand for broadband data, and a perpetual number of frequency bands, make global roaming in 4G, and soon 5G, a challenge. Consumers want better screens and more features while manufacturers are urged to conserve battery consumption at a lower cost and quicker timeline. Enter RF Fusion, this chip combines power amplification, cellular switching and filtering in a single, integrated chip. At the size of a few grains of rice, this all-in-one chip contains core transmit and receive RF functionality linking transceiver to antenna. All pre-tuned for optimal RF performance it incorporates the newest technologies, including average power tracking, envelope tracking and carrier aggregation. It minimizes circuit board area requirements while reducing routing complexity.
Qorvo offers a wide selection of products for Defense and Commercial RADAR systems. Focused on components for AESA, Qorvo solutions afford tremendous flexibility in high efficiency phased array applications. F-15, F-16, F-18, F-22 and the latest F-35 Joint Strike Fighter RADAR all benefit from proven, highly reliable TriQuint technology as well as shipboard and ground-based platforms such as the AN/TPQ-53. Qorvo's radar solutions include amplifiers, switches, filters and many control products that deliver critical 'SWaP' (Size, Weight and Performance) advantages for mission success. Qorvo utilizes the broadest portfolio of RF technologies for RADAR systems: GaAs (gallium arsenide), GaN (gallium nitride), SAW (surface acoustic wave), BAW (bulk acoustic wave) and Advanced Microwave Packaging and Assembly. Qorvo is the first and only GaN supplier to achieve Manufacturing Readiness Level (MRL) 9.
Got a minute? In Qorvo's latest "IoT Minute," Cees Links explores the importance of standards to global expansion of the IoT, and which wireless standards are emerging as the top contenders today.
5G brings a bewildering array of issues in small cell design - with small cells stepping in to handle the heavy lifting in the numerous places macro cells can't reach. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Suma Kapilavai of Qorvo about tackling the variety of massive MIMO and beamforming challenges that 5G implementation brings to small cell design.
Gapwaves presents the release of its 28 GHz active 5G-antenna with integrated GaN front-end MMIC's rom Qorvo, a leading provider of innovative RF solutions.
Qorvo's Scott Vasquez speaks to Microwave Journal's Frequency Matters about connecting the world with a broad portfolio of solutions using 5G communications and GaN technology.