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Samsung adopts Amalfi CMOS transmit module

Posted: 17 May 2012     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:transmit module  2G handset  GSM/GPRS 

Samsung has selected Amalfi Semiconductor's AM7808 CMOS transmit module for multiple high-volume 2G handset platforms targeting emerging markets. The AM7808 is a CMOS high-power transmit module for low-cost quad-band GSM/GPRS module handsets.

Utilising Amalfi's proprietary AdaptiveRF architecture, the AM7808 generates high output power at high efficiency over a phone's full operational range, the company claimed.

"The announcement marks another milestone for the start-up as it continues to see strong adoption of its CMOS power amplifier technologies in next-generation handset applications for emerging markets."

"Being selected by Samsung, the largest worldwide provider of mobile phones, is a significant achievement for Amalfi," said Mark Foley, CEO and president, Amalfi. "It further validates our cost-effective, high performance CMOS power amplifier technology and our ability to service customers at very high volumes."

Amalfi, a fabless semiconductor start-up, anticipates shipping over 150 million units worldwide by the end of 2012.

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