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GaN Solutions for Radar and Wideband Applications


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7/21/20 11:00 am to 7/21/20 11:30 am EST

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Technical Education Webinar Series

Title: GaN Solutions for Radar and Wideband Applications

Date: July 21, 2020

Time: 8am PT / 11am ET

Sponsored by: Qorvo, Inc. and RFMW

Presented by: Paul Prudhomme, Senior Product Line Manager, High Performance Solutions business unit, Qorvo

Why this webinar matters: Advanced radar technology is critical for mission-critical commercial and military applications. Radar systems are deployed across many segments of the electromagnetic frequency spectrum. GaN RF solutions are now available that deliver higher power levels and greater efficiency in smaller footprints enabling performance enhancements for high performance radar systems. Qorvo’s Paul Prudhomme will provide key technical insights on the latest developments in GaN-on-SiC technology and how to apply these techniques to enable more effective SWAP-C for radar and wideband applications.

Who should attend: commercial/military system/design/applications engineers

  • System designers of phased array commercial and military radar applications
  • System designers of wideband systems
  • DoD, university, commercial electronic engineers

Presenter Bio:

As senior product line manager, Paul is responsible for Qorvo's world-class high-performing GaN MMIC Power Amplifiers. With 30 years industry experience in product marketing and design engineering, he provides wireless system knowledge from circuit level to system architecture. Paul's team has earned many accolades including the most recent 4-Star Best in Show Award from IMS 2019 for the TGA2222, a 32-38GHz 10-Watt GaN Amplifier. Paul earned a BSEE from Northeastern University and an MBA from Southern Methodist University, Cox School of Business.

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