Resonant Inc. will develop up to four temperature compensated (TC) SAW filters for an existing first tier customer, under a new development and licensing agreement the company announced. These designs are the first Resonant will do using a TC-SAW process.
Filter start-up Resonant Inc. has secured additions to the company's design backlog: three new duplexers with an existing customer and a quadplexer with a new customer, a fabless supplier of power amplifiers and switches for handset RF front-ends.
Jeff Killian will assume the CFO role at mobile filter start-up Resonant Inc. on October 24. Previously, he served as CFO at Cascade Microtech, with prior experience at TriQuint Semiconductor and US Bank.
Start-up SAW filter designer Resonant has signed another licensing agreement with an existing "tier one" customer, this design an integrated module that combines a duplexer and quadplexer. These two designs bring the total number with this customer to seven.
SAW filter designer Resonant expanded their licensing agreement with an unnamed, "tier one" customer to add three SAW filter designs. The new agreement covers the development and licensing of Resonant’s first integrated module design that incorporates three complex duplexers. The design will be manufactured using wafer level packaging.
Start-up filter design company Resonant has extended a licensing agreement with an existing customer, adding the design of a complex filter for the time division duplex (TDD) requirements of the Chinese market.
Resonant purchased GVR Trade SA, a Swiss company that designs and consults on surface acoustic wave (SAW) and bulk acoustic wave (BAW) devices, for approximately $1.1 million. Victor Plessky, who founded GVR, will become Resonant's director of engineering.