continues to shrink the PA, accomplishing new standards for small size with its CuFlip™ copper bump flip-chip technology, SAW and BAW filters and GaAs technology processes.1
HILLSBORO, Ore. (PRWEB) July 14, 2008
The TQM7M5012 is built with TriQuint's patented CuFlip™ technology, a packaging technique that enables a more compact solution. When paired with an industry standard-WEDGE front-end module, the total solution is smaller, uses fewer components and is less expensive compared to existing solutions in the market, which use a 6x7mm WEDGE transmit module plus multiple GSM Rx SAW filters. Strategy Analytics noted in its June 2008 report on PA Market Growth that TriQuint "continues to shrink the PA, accomplishing new standards for small size with its CuFlip™ copper bump flip-chip technology, SAW and BAW filters and GaAs technology processes.1"
The TQM7M5012 offers world-class current consumption and Rx band noise performance enabling longer talk-time and better thermal efficiencies while eliminating the need for additional low-band GSM transmit filtering. This overall reduction in component count helps customers minimize costs when developing competitive, multi-band 3G handsets.
Stuart Laval, Product Marketing Manager at TriQuint noted, "Our flip-chip technology enables an incredibly small form factor and superior electrical performance, helping customers to utilize precious board space for rich features while optimizing battery utilization. Customers are impressed with the elegant design of the TQM7M5012; TriQuint is seeing significant demand from a diverse customer base."
The TQM7M5012 is shipping in quantity and available for purchase. To locate a TriQuint expert in your area, please visit http://www.triquint.com/sales. Our network of distributors, resellers and local and field sales representatives are available to assist. Detailed information on our products including datasheets, application notes and other literature is located at http://www.triquint.com.
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FACTS ABOUT TRIQUINT
Founded in 1985, we "Connect the Digital World to the Global Network"™ by supplying high-performance RF modules, components and foundry services to the world's leading communications companies. Specifically, TriQuint supplies products to four out of the top five cellular handset manufacturers, and is a leading gallium arsenide (GaAs) supplier to major defense and space contractors. TriQuint creates standard and custom products using advanced processes that include gallium arsenide, surface acoustic wave (SAW) and bulk acoustic wave (BAW) technologies to serve diverse markets including wireless handsets, base stations, broadband communications and military. TriQuint is also lead researcher in a 3-year DARPA program to develop advanced gallium nitride (GaN) amplifiers. TriQuint, as named by Strategy Analytics in August 2007, is the number-three worldwide leader in GaAs devices and the world's largest commercial GaAs foundry. TriQuint has ISO9001 certified manufacturing facilities in Oregon, Texas, and Florida and a production plant in Costa Rica; design centers are located in North America and Germany. Visit TriQuint at http://www.triquint.com/rf to register for our newsletters.
1 "PA Growth of 12.6 Percent Helps Propel TriQuint Third in Share" Strategy Analytics, June 2008