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.
A major design consideration in all mobile devices is improving RF range and connectivity. To ensure antenna efficiency is maintained, the best tuning devices are required. This article provides insight into what components are ideal for optimizing antenna performance.
Want to learn more about how designers can use aperture and impedance tuners to tackle some of the issues of mobile handsets: high band coverage requirements, industry design constraints, and limited real estate left to fit antennas? Check out the full post from Qorvo Blog Team and Nick Fields.
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