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Apr 17, 2012Science and Technology
TriQuint begins new GaN program with the Army Research Laboratory

TriQuint has signed a new R&D agreement with the US Army Research Laboratory (ARL) to explore and fabricate high-frequency, mixed-signal circuits for communications, radar and similar applications. The new Comprehensive Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) will utilize TriQuint's E/D (enhancement-depletion mode) gallium nitride technology. The CRADA will give Army researchers dedicated access to TriQuint's development, fabrication and packaging expertise; researchers from both TriQuint and the ARL will benefit from the joint program. "TriQuint's GaN research leads the industry. This new CRADA is another way that our GaN work benefits the DoD and service branch agencies while enabling future commercial development," remarked James L. Klein, Defense Products and Foundry Services VP and General Manager. Contact TriQuint for GaN innovation and product solutions.

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