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ANADIGICS' power amplifiers enable Samsung Galaxy Note

February 27, 2012
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ANADIGICS Inc. announced that the company is shipping production volumes of its ALT6705, AWT6621 and AWT6624 fourth generation High-Efficiency-at-Low-Power (HELP4™) power amplifiers (PA) and AWC6323 dual-band third generation High-Efficiency-at-Lower-Power (HELP3E™) PAs to Samsung Electronics for Samsung Galaxy Note. The AWT6621 powers the Galaxy Note I9228 (TD-SCDMA) and the AWC6323 powers the Galaxy Note I889 (CDMA), both available in the China market. The ALT6705, AWT6621 and AWT6624 power the Galaxy Note SHV-E160L available in Korea.

“The new Samsung Galaxy Note represents an advanced convergence device that merges the impressive multimedia features of a tablet with the versatility and functionality of a smartphone,” said Michael Canonico, senior vice president of worldwide sales at ANADIGICS. “ANADIGICS’ power amplifiers continue to provide an RF advantage by helping to extend battery-life in power hungry multimedia-rich devices. We look forward to continue working closely with Samsung to help innovate and evolve the mobile user experience.”

ANADIGICS’ HELP4™and HELP3E™power amplifiers use the company’s exclusive InGaP-Plus™ technology to achieve optimal efficiency across low-range and mid-range output power levels and provide low quiescent currents. The ALT6705, AWT6621, and AWT6624 and AWC6323 power amplifiersdeliver industry-leading efficiency to extend battery life in handsets, smart phones, tablets, netbooks and notebooks.

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