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An article from Daniel Payne for SemiWIKI - Last Friday I attended a breakfast seminar organized by SEMI in Hillsboro, Oregon with fascinating speakers from several high-tech companies: Qorvo, Intel, Oregon Angel Fund, Kimera, Moonshadow Mobile and Yole Development. I recalled that Qorvo was created from the merger of TriQuint Semiconductor and RF Micro Devices back in 2014.

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T-Mobile USA is asking the FCC for permission to conduct tests in the 3550-3700 MHz band, also known as the 3.5 GHz band, to evaluate the technical performance of precommercial Nokia equipment.

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The CEO of Peregrine Semiconductor, Jim Cable,announces significant changes to Peregrine’s executive team. In a bold move to increase the company’s semiconductor capability, Cable announces the appointment of Stefan Wolff as Peregrine’s new Chief Executive Officer. Cable will be stepping into the role of Peregrine Chairman and CTO and will serve as the Global R&D Director for Peregrine’s parent company, Murata.

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It’s somewhat remarkable how far the 3.5 GHz sector has come in one year. The FCC finalized rules for spectrum sharing in the Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) band in April 2016, making 150 MHz available for mobile broadband and other commercial uses. But before any of that spectrum can be shared, a seemingly complex framework needs to be put into place, one that includes three tiers: one for incumbents, a Priority Access tier and a General Authorized Access tier.

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AIXTRON, a worldwide provider of deposition equipment to the semiconductor industry, announced that it has delivered a CRIUS MOCVD system with 4-inch wafer configuration to Japanese group Sumitomo Electric Device Innovations (SEDI) in order to boost the production of GaN-on-SiC (gallium nitride on silicon carbide) devices for RF data transfer applications including for the upcoming 5G wireless mobile network. The system has been put into operation in the fourth quarter 2016.

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“The RF  front end modules and components market for cellphones is highly dynamic”, asserts Claire Troadec, Activity Leader, RF Devices & Technologies at Yole Développement (Yole). And she adds:” From being worth US$10.1billion last year, it is expected to reach U$22.7 billion in 2022.”

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