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TriQuint is proud to announce the latest additions to our innovative RF portfolio. View our New Products page to discover ways to simplify your RF designs across mobile, network infrastructure and defense applications.
TriQuint's LowDrift™ and NoDrift™ filter technologies dramatically reduce temperature sensitivity for fewer dropped calls and a better user experience.
TriQuint's QUANTUM Tx™ family of highly integrated transmit modules reduce board space and enable a much smaller footprint for 2G / 3G / 4G mobile devices. Find out how these building blocks can make RF design easier and faster for 2G and entry-level 3G devices.
Patented Spatium™ technology from TriQuint delivers a higher standard of efficiency, reliability and frequency range for high-power RF applications including communications, electronic warfare (EW), radar and test and measurement.
TriQuint's innovative TriAccess™ portfolio enables more efficient broadband video, voice and data services. TriQuint amplifiers and filters lower power consumption with improved performance. TriQuint enables all major 75 ohm RF systems in headend, infrastructure, MDU and CPE applications.
Consumers have come to expect Wi-Fi connectivity in their smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices. You'll find TriQuint's TriConnect® Wi-Fi RF modules in many of the world's most sought-after products.
TRITIUM™ is a family of highly integrated modules designed for use in 3G mobile phones, data cards and USB modems. Optimize your 3G CDMA / WCDMA / HSUPA applications and gain maximum design flexibility.
TriQuint's highly integrated TRIUMF™ MMPAs are one more proven way that TriQuint engineers are delivering innovative solutions for the most complex mobile design challenges for cutting-edge smartphones. Let us help you simplify your 2G / 3G / 4G design and enhance system performance while speeding time to market.
May 27, 2014 – The trends for gallium arsenide (GaAs) and silicon in mobile handset front-ends were a popular topic at the CS International conference in March. In an article published in the April / May issue of Compound Semiconductor, author Richard Stevenson highlights the discussion among three panelists at CS International, which included TriQuint's VP of Custom Products Central Engineering for mobile devices, Thomas Meier.
Speaking alongside other industry experts, Thomas declared that GaAs and silicon will coexist in the mobile handset market for years to come. "GaAs should dominate for at least the next three-to-five years, and could even be the incumbent technology in the middle of the next decade," the article says of Thomas's stance. Thomas believes the mobile device market will shift to integrated modules that combine multiple semiconductor materials, including GaAs, silicon, CMOS and filters. "If that happens, handset manufacturers will not concern themselves with what material is in the amplifier. 'Silicon versus gallium arsenide will not be a question, and we will just use the technology for the best performance,'" said Thomas in the session.
You can read the full article, including the points of view from the Nujira and Strategy Analytics panelists, on the Compound Semiconductor website.