Photos from last week's Hardware Happy Hour in Portland, a reminder on ten chances to get a free CaribouLite, and another video from Zeke. Read the full update.
Check out Zeke's homemade cubesat tracker, sign up to win one of ten free CaribouLite RPi HAT SDRs, and welcome new cellular data base station Ukama to the Qorvo RF Accelerator Read the full update.
Years in the making, OreSat, Oregon's first satellite, is now in space! With the cubesat successfully whizzing around Earth, a handheld ground station kit for receiving data from the satellite as it passes overhead will be launching as part the Qorvo RF Accelerator. In anticipation, the team behind the project will be explaining what's going on and answering questions on an upcoming video livestream, which includes free gear giveaways. Read the full update.
As part of Qorvo's commitment to the engineering community, we are providing a collection of RF design tools to assist engineers. These calculators and tools help engineers design more accurately and faster. Calculators include an RF Impedance Matching Calculator, a dBm-Volts-Watts Conversion, and an RF/Microwave matching calculator, and many more. Read the full update.
The ESP32-M1 Reach Out project is now live. The ESP32-M1 Reach Out relies on Qorvo’s QPF4219 module to anchor its RFFE section, and on the RFSW8009TR7 RF Switch IC to switch between Wi-Fi and Bluetooth and switches TX/RX for Wi-Fi. Read the full update.
At Qorvo, engineering teams push the limits of our technologies to connect and power the world. We're continually looking for people to help us innovate and create. Check out this update to learn more about some of the exciting job opportunities at Qorvo. Read the full update.
Check out this update for news on two Qorvo RF Accelerator participating projects. The XYNC Octo is now in stock, and the LimeRFE boards are being assembled. Both boards are powered by Qorvo tech. Read the full update.
Although it’s been around for some time now, Ultra-wideband (UWB) is considered the new “location technology” kid on the block, and it’s growing at a healthy pace. Check out this update to learn more about the history of locations technology and the future of UWB at Qorvo. Read the full update.
We're excited to announce a new project joining the Qorvo RF Accelerator: the ESP32 Reach Out board is a compact ESP32-M1 development board that uses Qorvo parts to extend its Wi-Fi and Bluetooth range to more than 1.2 kilometers. Qorvo has also created a Design Tools Library to help aide and equip the engineering community with resources needed to improve their design processes. Read the full update.
This update features a quick guide to high voltage impedance tuning and how designers can use it to improve RF range and optimize antenna performance. If you missed the live Qorvo online webinar series, you can now check out any of the sessions on demand. Read the full update.
The Qorvo Design Summit is a month-long series of webinars to help you solve your toughest design challenges for 5G, Wi-Fi, radar, mobile, and motor control. Check out a few of the session topics happening this August, including smart home systems, GaN devices, and RF filters. Read the full update.
The Qorvo Design Summit is a month-long series of webinars to help you solve your toughest design challenges. Check out just a few of the session topics coming up in August, including Wi-Fi architecture, broadband solutions, and 5G solutions for Network Access Devices (NAD). Read the full update.
Join us for the upcoming virtual Qorvo Design Summit, learn more about our new power management solutions, and check out the latest from the LimeRFE accelerator project. Read the full update.
We're proud to accept the following projects into the Qorvo RF Accelerator! Read the full update.
Qorvo was proud to be a platinum sponsor of Teardown 2019, which was a great success and featured a variety of engaging talks, workshops, demos, and more. Read the full update.