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Quantance Introduces Power Management Controller Featuring qBoost™ Technology

SAN MATEO, Calif. Feb. 9, 2011 Quantance Inc. Q1005 Power Management Controller qBoost™ technology

  • Deliver up to three times faster data speeds;
  • Improve data coverage across 75 percent of a typical cell;
  • Work more reliably when the antenna is blocked or detuned by the user’s hand or head; and
  • Achieve longer battery life and eliminate overheating.

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Quantance’s qBoost technology is the industry’s only RF power management solution for mobile devices that simultaneously combines efficient, high-speed power conversion with localized, self-contained, closed-loop feedback. The qBoost technology uses several patented innovations to significantly boost PA output power, improve PA efficiency, increase the PA tolerance to antenna mismatch and dramatically extend the PA’s operating frequency range.

Vikas Vinayak

Serge Drogi

The Q1005 supports four frequency bands in different combinations of high band and low band operation. As a result, a single Q1005 brings these benefits to just about all frequency band configurations – from single-band systems to quad-band systems – used by carriers around the world.  It is designed to seamlessly integrate with common RF front-end transmit circuits and requires minimal connections, no special software or firmware, and no calibration, leaving the original RF transmit circuit architecture virtually unchanged. The Quad Flat No Lead (QFN) package makes it easy to access on RF circuit boards. The Serial Port Interface (SPI) and Universal Asynchronous Receive Transmit (UART) interfaces offer flexibility for baseband software integration. Additionally, simple configuration and performance tuning software allows the solution to be easily optimized on a platform-by-platform basis.

March 2011

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SOURCE Quantance Inc.

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