Future Electronics launches specialist RF designs division

Future Electronics launches specialist RF designs division

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By eeNews Europe

To support the launch of the new global division, Future Electronics also announced today the signing of worldwide franchise agreements with key players in the RF arena: Sierra Wireless (embedded cellular telephone modules), RFM (short-range RF components, ICs and modules), Qualcomm Atheros (Wi-Fi chipsets) and EnOcean (RF modules with energy harvesting capability).
These add to a broad selection of RF offerings from existing franchised suppliers including Synapse, NXP Semiconductors, Freescale, Microchip and Roving Networks. Future RF and Wireless Solutions’ product offerings support applications across the frequency range from low-frequency ICs (used for example in ultra low-power receiver ICs in active RFID tags) to the frequencies above 2GHz in use in the latest high-bandwidth embedded LTE (cellular) and Wi-Fi modules.

The specialist RF applications engineers will provide face-to-face support to customers, advising them on system architecture and RF technology, supporting their circuit designs and helping their engineers to optimise and future-proof designs for production. In Europe, dedicated regional RF applications engineers serve each of the UK and Scandinavia, Mediterranean Europe, central Europe, southern France, northern France and Benelux, and Israel. Future RF and Wireless Solutions’ operations are also backed by Future Electronics’ global supply-chain infrastructure, including a single inventory management system and linked distribution centres in North America (Memphis), Europe, Middle East and Africa (Leipzig, Germany) and Asia (Singapore). The RF and Wireless Solutions division is a sister division of Future Lighting Solutions, the distributor of LED lighting components and modules. It follows Future Lighting Solutions’ model of offering specialist expertise to OEMs which want to introduce a new technology into end products which have not previously used it.

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