Qorvo and Mouser collaborate on design resources
Content streams provide resources for power design, ultra-wideband, Wi-Fi, and 5G applications
Distributor Mouser Electronics has announced a new series of content streams in collaboration with Qorvo providing resources for power design, ultra-wideband, Wi-Fi, and 5G applications.
Each content stream offers a collection of eBooks, instructional videos, infographics, and product information, providing design engineers with resources to develop connected solutions for a wide range of innovative applications.
The new power content stream from Qorvo and Mouser features Powering Up Your Design, an in-depth eBook with rich insights on power management, brushless DC (BLDC) motor control, and Qorvo’s Power Application Controller (PAC) ecosystem. The content stream also highlights the ACT41000 DC-DC buck converter, a synchronous step-down voltage regulator with programmable voltage and current outputs.
The ultra-wideband (UWB) content stream explores the potential applications for UWB technology, including low-latency data communication and precise distance/location measurements. An informational video, The Future is Ultra-Wideband, examines how UWB technology can transform automotive and Internet of Things (IoT) devices. The content stream connects users to Qorvo’s UWB products microsite, which includes transceiver modules and related development tools.
In the new Wi-Fi content stream, subject matter experts from Qorvo and Mouser explain how engineers can take advantage of the benefits of Wi-Fi 6. From smart home designs to high-bandwidth video, next-generation Wi-Fi delivers the speed, capacity, and performance needed for the future of connected devices. Wi-Fi 6 solutions from Qorvo include front-end modules (FEMs) and filters for a multitude of IoT devices and customer premises equipment.
Qorvo’s 5G content stream analyses the many facets of 5G infrastructure and the roles that Qorvo technologies can play in them. Product highlights include the QPA9940 high-efficiency 4 W amplifier and the QDP1028 750 W GaN on SiC transistors.