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RF Micro Devices Inc. announced the company will showcase its broad portfolio of industry-leading products and technologies for the wireless and wired broadband markets in Booth #1402 at IMS in Baltimore.
At the symposium, RFMD® will highlight its portfolio of innovative products servicing a diverse range of end-market segments including: Broadband Transmission, Defense and Aerospace, Point-to-Point Microwave Radio, WiFi, Wireless Infrastructure, Wireless Consumer Products, WiMAX and SmartEnergy.
The RFMD products to be displayed span the Company's broad portfolio, including:
• A variety of revolutionary GaN-based products, including RFMD's high power transistors and ICs
•The RFMD2080/81 world-class IQ modulators with integrated LO oscillators, designed for Point-to-Point and other software defined radio applications
•Point-to-Point products including Up/Down Converters, MMIC VCOs and other products addressing the RF and IF functions of the Point-to-Point radio transceiver
•The newly released RFSA2714 and RFSA2724 digital step attenuators and the RFSA2013 and RF2023 voltage controlled attenuators, optimized for cellular 3G/4G/LTE and WiMAX markets
•RFMD's portfolio of highly integrated multi-chip modules (MCMs) for wireless infrastructure applications
Additionally, RFMD will introduce its 2011-2012 Product Selection Guide, which features specifications for over 900 products including over 90 recently released products targeting multiple end-market applications. The new 63-page guide allows customers to cross-reference and search products using end market application diagrams.
RFMD employees presenting papers, chairing sessions and hosting proceedings at the Symposium will represent the Company's Broadband Components, Defense and Power, Wireless Connectivity, Wireless Products, and Foundry Services business units.
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