ANADIGICS bidding up to $0.66 per share

Follows another round between GaAs Labs and Party A
Two unnamed companies are vying to outbid GaAs Labs and acquire the long-struggling GaAs MMIC supplier. Now at $0.66 per share, the original deal between ANADIGICS and GaAs Labs was struck for $0.35 per share.
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Competing bidder amends offer to acquire ANADIGICS at $0.68 per share

ANADIGICS Inc. announced that one of the entities designated by the company's board of directors as an "Excluded Party," offered to acquire all of the outstanding shares of ANADIGICS common stock on a fully diluted basis for $0.68 per share net in cash, pursuant to an all-cash tender offer and second-step merger. The December 30, 2015 Proposed Merger Agreement raises certain material issues that need to be negotiated and resolved with the Excluded Party and there can be no assurance that those issues will be resolved to the satisfaction of the company's board of directors.

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ANADIGICS' power amplifiers enable Samsung Galaxy Note

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.

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ANADIGICS Provides LTE PA for LG's 4G USB Wireless Modem

Continuing to lead the industry with the latest technology trends, ANADIGICS Inc. announced that its power amplifiers are being utilized by LG Electronics (LG) for the new VL600 USB wireless modem. The VL600, which will be offered by Verizon Wireless, adapts ANADIGICS’ ALT6713 and AWT6321 power amplifiers (PA) to...
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A Small CDMA Module for Wireless PCS Handsets

An RF amplifier module utilizing established MMIC technologies and conventional surface-mount techniques that can be supplied in high volumes rapidly to allow longer run rates for an existing telephone platform
A Small CDMA Module for Wireless PCS Handsets ANADIGICS Warren, NJ The rapid growth of wireless handsets has created pressure on RF design engineers to provide feature-rich, timely solutions that allow market success. Time to market from concept to volume ramping for production has become a key issue in...
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