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Industry News / Semiconductors / Integrated Circuits / Software & CAD

RFaxis Chosen for ZigBee, WLAN Design Wins

August 13, 2009
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Wireless RF semiconductor company RFaxis announced that it has scored design wins with Taiwan-based CeraMicro Technology Corp. RFaxis’ industry-first RFeICs (RF Front-end Integrated Circuits) will be used in CeraMicro’s System-in-Package (SiP) solutions for Zigbee and WLAN.

RFaxis' single-chip, single-die, RFeICs are poised to replace conventional larger, multi-die front-end modules. Leveraging BiCMOS technology, RFaxis' chips are designed to reduce the complexity of wireless designs, lower manufacturing costs via a smaller footprint and reduced bill of materials cost, accelerate time to market, provide superior performance for a competitive advantage, and are ultra low power to offer improved power efficiency over conventional front-end module technologies.


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