Beijing, China, January 21, 2021 – Qorvo®, Inc. (NASDAQ: QRVO), a leading provider of RF solutions for mobile applications, infrastructure and aerospace and defense applications, today announced that its QM28014 cellular /Satellite/Wi-Fi Antenna Multiplexer wins 2020 Product of the Year in the RF/Wireless/Microwave category at the ASPENCORE Worldwide Electronics Achievement Awards (WEAA). This is a recognition of this unique product from Qorvo that enables new industrial designs for cellular devices by reducing the number of antennas required.

Eric Creviston, president of Qorvo’s Mobile Products Group, said: “All wireless equipment manufacturers, especially 5G equipment manufacturers, face an architectural problem: how to accommodate the increasing RF complexity as the available antenna area continues to shrink. Antenna multiplexers provided an outstanding solution. This award is a testament to the excellence of our design team and further demonstrates Qorvo’s leadership in developing innovative RFFE technologies and products and optimizing system performance.”

ASPENCORE’s World Electronics Achievement Awards recognize companies and individuals who have made outstanding contributions to innovation and development in the global electronics industry. ASPENCORE’s media includes: EETimes, EDN and Electronic Products.

Qorvo’s award-winning QM28014 MHB, GNSS, and 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi antenna multiplexer uses Qorvo BAW filters to reduce overall size by nearly 50 percent compared to discrete solutions. This antenna multiplexer reduces GNSS time to first fix (TTFF) and improves satellite connectivity by reducing overall insertion loss due to mismatches, cascaded filters and additional routing compared to alternative solutions. Several leading manufacturers have successfully used the Qorvo QM28014 to eliminate additional antennas while also increasing system performance.

For more information on Qorvo’s antenna multiplexer solutions, visit here. For more insights, see this Antenna Multiplexer White Paper: Addressing 5G Antenna Design Challenges with Antenna Multiplexers.

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