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Sirenza Microdevices -RFMD  Profile

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Sirenza Microdevices -RFMD  Company Overview

Founded in 1985 as Matrix Microassembly Corporation, Sirenza Microdevices changed its name in 1992 to Stanford Microdevices, Inc. and finally in October, 2001 became Sirenza Microdevices.

Headquartered now in Broomfield, Colorado, Sirenza Microdevices and its subsidiary, Premier Devices, design and develop RF components for the commercial communications, consumer, and aerospace and defense equipment markets.

Sirenza's integrated circuit (IC), multi-chip module (MCM) and passive product lines include amplifiers, power amplifiers, cable TV amplifiers, circulators, isolators, mixers, splitters, transformers, couplers, modulators, demodulators, transceivers, tuners, discrete devices, signal source components, government and military specified components, and antennae and receivers for satellite radio.

Sirenza Microdevices was acquired by RF Micro Devices in August, 2007.

Sirenza Microdevices -RFMD  Products

The types of products manufactured by Sirenza Microdevices -RFMD include amplifiers, power amplifiers, discrete devices, RF signal processing components, signal source products, mil/aero components, and high-performance multi-component modules (MCMs) for transmit and receive applications.

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