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18 November 2015

Qorvo receives first production orders for multiplexer solutions

Qorvo Inc of Greensboro, NC and Hillsboro, OR, USA, which provides core technologies and RF solutions for mobile, infrastructure and aerospace/defense applications, has received its first production orders for its recently launched highly integrated multiplexer solutions, which are designed to simplify and accelerate the adoption of carrier aggregation (CA) in 4G LTE-Advanced devices.

Qorvo's quadplexer solutions leverage the firm's proprietary LowDrift BAW (bulk acoustic wave) filter technology to deliver what are reckoned to be intrinsic performance advantages over other acoustic filter technologies. Its LowDrift and NoDrift BAW filter technologies help network operators to optimize frequency spectrum and enable much improved mobile data services for users of next-generation smartphones.

"The rapid customer adoption of Qorvo's multiplexer solutions reflects the strength of our premium filter technology portfolio and the benefit of our broad collaboration with the leading chipset suppliers on their highest-volume reference designs," says Mobile Products group president Eric Creviston. "Qorvo will continue to expand our family of multiplexers, and we anticipate broad adoption of our multiplexer solutions in calendar 2016."

The firm says that its multiplexers deliver low insertion loss and high cross-isolation of receive and transmit paths to optimize receive sensitivity and extend smartphone battery life. Its first-generation multiplexer solutions are optimized for Europe and the Asia-Pacific region and integrate multiple BAW filters to cover the primary band combinations used in CA (carrier aggregation) deployments: bands 1+3 and bands 39+41.

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