Dallas, Texas 02/14/2014 (FINANCIALSTRENDS) – Radio Frequency solution provider TriQuint Semiconductor (NASDAQ:TQNT) announced new range of amplifiers on Feb 12, 2014. The company announced that the three new amplifier modules are multi- mode and multi-band category and are built with new technology to offer longer battery. The company noted that these batteries are in high demand for the LTE smartphone manufacturing industry. The new amplifiers run on higher generation of RF design.
These amplifiers will also bring new features- tracking technology envelope which will double as mobile chip interface. The company release noted that, the additional new products are a follow-up to the earlier models –TRIUMF MMPAs. These are known to allow higher LTE Bands. The advantage of these amplifiers is the fact that, these are easily adaptable for the emerging market segments as well. ET or envelope Tracking is the new technology smartphone and other device makers are using to build the next smartphone generation with higher energy quotients.
LTE and inter-operability enhanced
TriQuint Semiconductor (NASDAQ:TQNT) amplifiers will now allow the makers of LTE phones to substantially increase the battery life by adjusting in real-time the supply voltage as well as the Power Amplifier. Alternatively, the Pas will also offer conventional list of constant versus Supply voltage. Besides, TriQuints’ new range of MMPAs is able to provide added capability of working as mobile chip interface. This is possible because of the MIPI standard these have included. Several chip providers are already engaged in using this standard to provide increase the level of operations among vendors to lower the development efforts across the maker community.
TriQuint Semiconductor (NASDAQ:TQNT) has been one of the important players in moving to versatile LTE phones. As new LTE brands become available, the technology which TriQuint has introduced will allow phone makers to offer plug-in solutions suitable for multiple market segments, with varying LET band spectrums.