Richardson Electronics Enhances Think Tank with Qorvo Design Innovations


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Richardson Electronics, Ltd. announced its support of Qorvo’s design innovations in millimeter-wave MMICs by enhancing the Richardson Electronics’ Think Tank with new resources. Utilizing its experienced sales team, Richardson Electronics will provide design-in support, systems integration, and prototype design through its existing global infrastructure, along with key marketing initiatives. Richardson Electronics – Power & Microwave Technologies was recently approved as a Qorvo die movement facility.

The Richardson Electronics global sales team provides technical support of Qorvo’s proven millimeter-wave solutions for a broad range of applications, including aerospace and defense. New product releases, technical articles, design tools, and product catalogs add to this support and can be found on the Richardson Electronics’ Think Tank webpage, where engineers can learn about Qorvo’s disruptive technologies and design innovations.

“We are pleased to support Qorvo’s design innovations in millimeter-wave MMICs, in particular, die MMICs,” stated Greg Peloquin, Executive Vice President of Richardson Electronics’ Power & Microwave Technologies group. “Qorvo continues to lead the industry with die and packaged products that offer superior performance, such as positive gain slope distributed amplifiers. With Richardson Electronics’ recent approval to handle die MMICs, we are ready to serve customers with deep technical support to help expedite new design projects.”

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