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Cellular 4G/LTE Channel / Industry News

ANADIGICS' power amplifiers enable Samsung Galaxy Note

February 27, 2012

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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