China RF MEMS firm raises funds

China RF MEMS firm raises funds

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By Peter Clarke

The round included: Shenzhen Pengchenxunda, Wuxi Guolian Fund and Tibet Haole, and previous shareholder, Yihe Capital.

The company was founded in 2016 and focuses on filters and duplexers. To date it has delivered nearly 100 million pieces, the company said.

Sappland Microelectronics focuses on medium and high-end products and has a number of product series to meet the different needs of high, medium and low frequency, including conventional SAW applied to low-frequency communication, TC-SAW applied to intermediate frequency communication, FBAR for high-frequency and self-developed RF front-end Module. In the RF front-end module, Sappland can provide customers with a variety of technologies to bring higher performance and less PCB area to 5G terminals. In addition, Sappland Microelectronics has also made relevant arrangement in MEMS filter technology for the millimeter wave band.

“The RF front-end chip market has been mainly monopolized by several international giants, such as Skyworks, Qorvo, Broadcom and Murata, and the domestic [Chinese] self-sufficiency rate is low,” said Sappland on its website. “China must get rid of the situation that RF front-end devices are controlled by others to win the global 5G competition.”

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