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13th October 2023
Series 13 – Episode 5 – QSPICE: a new generation of circuit simulation software

Paige West speaks with Mike Engelhardt, Creator, QSPICE, Qorvo about the next generation of SPICE.

26th July 2023
Qorvo QSPICE for circuit simulation

Qorvo has announced the release of QSPICE, a new generation of circuit simulation software that provides power and analog designers with significantly higher levels of design productivity through improved simulation speed, functionality, and reliability.

21st March 2023
Qorvo delivers 5.4mΩ 750V SiC FETs in TOLL package for high power applications

Qorvo will showcase a new surface-mount TO-leadless (TOLL) package for its high-performance, 5.4mΩ 750V SiC FETs.

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16th March 2023
Qorvo at embedded world 2023

At embedded world 2023, Steven Magee, Software Engineer - PAC Motor Control ICs at Qorvo talks to and demonstrates to Electronic Specifier's Editor Mick Elliott about Qorvo's two new battery management systems.

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16th March 2023
Qorvo at embedded world 2023

At embedded world 2023, Brian McCarthy, Senior Product Line Manager for Power Applications Control at Qorvo talks to Electronic Specifier's Editor Mick Elliott about Qorvo's diversified growth with their new products in the power management front.

8th March 2023
Qorvo introduces single-chip intelligent battery management solutions for 20-cell systems

Qorvo has announced it has expanded its power management portfolio to include the PAC22140 and PAC25140 Power Application Controller (PAC) devices.

6th March 2023
Designing PCBs for SiC FETs

Mike Zhu, Applications Engineer at Qorvo examines designing PCBs for SiC FETs.

15th February 2023
Adeia & Qorvo hybrid bonding license agreement

Adeia has announced that Qorvo has licensed Adeia’s hybrid bonding technology.

13th January 2023
Series 10 – Episode 10 – How to design for Matter

Paige West speaks with John Anderton, Director Product Line Management, Qorvo about how to start designing with Matter.

26th July 2022
UnitedSiC extends 750V SiC FET portfolio for power designs

UnitedSiC, now Qorvo, has announced seven 750V silicon carbide (SiC) FETs in the surface mount D2PAK-7L package.

12th May 2022
UnitedSiC (now Qorvo) announces 1200V Gen 4 SiC FETs

At PCIM Europe, Qorvo has announced a next-generation series of 1200V Silicon Carbide (SiC) Field Effect Transistors (FETs) with figures of merit in on-resistance.

6th May 2022
Topology choices for EV three-phase active front end rectifiers

There is a wide choice of topologies to use for the front-end of a three-phase EV battery charger. Jonathan Dodge, Senior Applications Engineer, UnitedSiC (now Qorvo) describes and compares some of the options and gives comparative efficiencies for an example case.

24th April 2019
IoT standards: the end game

Here, Cees Links, General Manager of the Wireless Connectivity Business Unit at Qorvo, shares his insights on IoT standards and the future of IoT.  Quite regularly I get the question: with all these standards around, what should I choose? Zigbee, Thread, Bluetooth Mesh, or WiFi? Or maybe LoRa? Or is it better to wait for 5G and NB-IoT?

3rd December 2018
The future of connectivity

What is the future direction of connectivity? By now everyone is familiar with the range of issues – and range issues – that happen with your home WiFi, just as everyone is used to hearing grand promises made by the oncoming storm of 5G; but how much of a part will WiFi have left to play? Electronic Specifier caught up with Cees Links, GM at Qorvo, who shared his thoughts on the future of connectivity.

30th November 2018
What’s Best? WiFi 6 (802.11ax) or 5G?

Every time a new cellular phone standard comes out, we see new claims about the “end of WiFi.” When 3G was announced, the promise was that it would make WiFi (802.11b) redundant, which clearly turned out to be incorrect. With 4G (LTE), this story repeated itself and claimed it would put WiFi (802.11ac) in the shredder. And now the 5G message is that it will cover both the inside and outside of homes and buildings. It’s almost as...

20th September 2018
SiP supports multiple protocols for smart homes

  Electronica 2018: Dynamic, simultaneous support for Zigbee 3.0, Green Power, Thread and Bluetooth Low Energy is enabled in the system in package (SiP) announced by Qorvo.

3rd September 2018
Multi-standard smart lighting solutions for IoT

Qorvo and LEEDARSON have partnered to create a family of smart home lighting products that operate concurrently with Zigbee 3.0 and Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) 5.0 protocols – offering compatibility with the most popular IoT standards. The first of these solutions is a new LEEDARSON smart light bulb and light switch that integrates Qorvo’s QPG6095 system-on-chip (SoC), a multi-protocol/multi-channel smart home communications controller...

27th July 2018
IoT security and privacy: Three questions to consider

There are many questions these days surrounding IoT security and privacy, as well as to the internet overall. When we ask ourselves whether it will all be secure, the honest answer might be ‘it depends’, in the same way that life and the internet are never really fully secure. The same thing goes with privacy. By Cees Links, GM of Qorvo Wireless Connectivity BU

12th July 2018
Enabling connected smart homes

A distributed WiFi indoor infrastructure could change our vision of how we consider the smart home and its connections to the Internet of Things (IoT). In this article, Qorvo has explained distributed WiFi, some of its design challenges and how a Pod in Every Room architecture can bring the connected smart home to life.

9th May 2018
How IoT is changing the world of sports and health

This blog is the last of a five-part series that looks at the impact of the IoT on society. Experts say that an Olympic gold medal begins with good genes.  Author: Elly Schietse Director of Wireless Connectivity Business Unit, Qorvo.

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