What does PA stand for?
PA stands for Power Amplifier
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NYSE:TRW), a world leader in advanced semiconductors, has developed a highly efficient microwave power amplifier chip that delivers world record levels of power per unit of semiconductor area for integrated circuits operating at more than 20 billion cycles per second (20 GHz).
NASDAQ: RFMD), a global leader in the design and manufacture of high-performance radio systems and solutions for applications that drive mobile communications, today announced the introduction of the RF3196 power amplifier module for GSM/GPRS handsets.
Unlike most stand-alone DC to DC converters, RFMD's DC to DC converters combine world-class power amplifier expertise with state-of-the-art, low noise DC to DC converter design to enhance performance and optimize interaction with the Company's front-end solutions.
The purchase order is for RFMD's RF3825 Power Integrated Circuit (PowerIC) broadband power amplifier, which is a 15-watt device capable of servicing a frequency band from 200MHz to 1.
CAMBRIDGE, England -- Nujira, the company leading the development of advanced high efficiency power amplifier technology for the wireless industry, has selected Sanmina-SCI as its worldwide manufacturing partner to support Nujira's sales to major OEMs in the wireless infrastructure business.
PulseWave RF will use the funding to commercialize its Class M Power amplifier module, the industry's first digital power amplifier architecture for wireless base stations.
Avago Technologies, the world's largest privately held semiconductor company, today announced that its CoolPAM power amplifier modules have been incorporated in a reference design from a leading W-CDMA chipset supplier.
Avago Technologies today introduced an E-pHEMT (enhancement-mode pseudomorphic high-electron-mobility transistor) power amplifier specifically designed for IEEE 802.