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Infineon Completes Sale of Mobile Phone Business to Intel

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Infineon Technologies has completed the sale of the mobile phone business (Wireless Solutions) to Intel Corp. Following the sale, approximately 3,500 employees in total will move globally from Infineon to the new company Intel Mobile Communications GmbH (IMC), which will be headquartered in Neubiberg near Munich, Germany. The final...
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Fairchild and Infineon Enter Power MOSFET Agreement

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Infineon Technologies and Fairchild Semiconductor have announced a packaging partnership for their power MOSFETs in the Infineon PowerStage 3x3 or Fairchild MLP 3x3 (Power33™) packages. The compatibility agreement is in response to the need for supply security while balancing the drive towards best-in-class efficiency and thermal performance in DC-DC...
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Infineon Introduces Family of High-power LDMOS Transistors

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At the IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Symposium, Infineon Technologies AG introduced a family of high-power LDMOS transistors for design of broadband wireless network base stations. With industry leading power levels up to 300 W and video bandwidth exceeding 90 MHz, the new transistors fully support the high peak to...
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Infineon Announces Dual LDMOS Integrated Power Amplifiers

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Infineon Technologies AG introduced an industry first series of dual integrated LDMOS power amplifiers for wireless network base stations. Incorporating two LDMOS amplifiers in a single package, the new devices provide two output power stages, making them ideal for Doherty-based amplifiers and for compact designs that benefit from reduced...
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Infineon Releases Amplifier for FM Radio Active Antenna Applications

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Infineon Technologies AG released details on a wideband, low-power consumption Low Noise Amplifier (LNA) ideally suited for FM radio active antenna applications in mobile handsets. With FM radio receivers emerging as a key feature in the next-generation of cellular phones, there is a general trend to replace the headset...
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