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28 March 2023

Qorvo’s RF Fusion22 wins 2023 GTI Award

Qorvo Inc of Greensboro, NC, USA (which provides core technologies and RF solutions for mobile, infrastructure and defense applications) says that its RF Fusion22 chipset has won the 2023 GTI Innovative Breakthrough in Mobile Technology Award. The award recognizes Qorvo’s technical innovation in 5G chipsets, which combine compact, high-performance 5G functionality for leading smartphone manufacturers. This is the third time that Qorvo’s 5G offerings have been recognized with the GTI Award.

The Global TD-LTE Initiative (GTI) is an open global association of operators and vendors dedicated to promoting the development of TD-LTE and 5G. The GTI Awards program recognizes the most outstanding achievements and success in the industry and encourages the development of innovative products, services and applications. Qorvo previously won GTI’s Innovative Breakthrough in Mobile Technology Awards in 2020 for its RF Fusion 5G chipset and in 2018 for its 5G RF Front End (RFFE).

“This award underscores Qorvo’s commitment to technology and product leadership in 5G RF front ends,” says Frank Stewart, president of Qorvo’s Advanced Cellular business. “We are proud to offer designers an outstanding solution that fits their new 5G smartphone designs.”

Qorvo says that its Fusion22 solution enables next-generation, high-performance functionality to support the continued expansion of 5G into all tiers of the mobile device market. The chipset draws from bulk acoustic wave (BAW), silicon-on-insulator (SOI) and gallium arsenide (GaAs) heterojunction bipolar transistor (HBT) technologies and deep experience in radio architecture to provide a high-performance solution for the next generation of 5G handsets. Each module is optimized and tested as a complete reference design, enabling manufacturers to leverage pre-validated interoperability and high levels of integration to minimize engineering effort and lower design risk.

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