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Technical Education Webinar Series
Title: Improve Overall System Performance with New TriQuint GaN Products
Presented by: Rajiv Parmar, Marketing Manager, Base Station Power, TriQuint
Sponsored by: RichardsonRFPD
Date: February 25, 2014
Time: 8am PT/ 11am ET/ 4pm UTC
Why this webinar matters:
TriQuint, an industry-leader in GaN products for defense applications, as well as commercial applications like CATV and base stations continues to drive advancements in GaN process technology. With extensive and continuing R&D programs, TriQuint has found new ways to lower the cost of GaN by improving device yield and optimizing the GaN manufacturing process. This webinar will cover how customers can achieve higher system efficiency and power over a wider bandwidth, and options for leveraging TriQuint GaN as an LDMOS-replacement.
Who should attend:
• System designers already using GaN products will see what's new from TriQuint
• System designers considering using GaN will learn about the benefits of TriQuint GaN
• System designers specifically looking for LDMOS-replacement will learn about selecting TriQuint GaN products
Rajiv Parmar joined TriQuint in 2012 and is now Marketing Manager for base station and infrastructure market power amplifiers and filters. Rajiv has been in the semiconductor industry for 20+ years and held positions in technology development, modeling, IC design and most recently in strategic marketing and product development, having been Director of Marketing at Skyworks, Maxim Integrated Products and Motorola. He joined Skyworks Solutions in 2005 to spearhead a New Business Initiative into Analog and Mixed Signal Products. At Maxim, he was Business Manager for Battery Management Products that covered such areas as fuel gauging, battery protection and charging. He has had extensive experience in the development of Power Management ICs (PMIC) and RF front-ends for cellular. Beyond the RF and power domain, his interests include sensors, nanotechnology, wireless devices, and smart materials. Rajiv has an MSEE from the University of Florida and a BA from Colgate University.