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News tagged Rafael Microelectronics
  • Last update: Wednesday 28 June 2017 [3 news items]

Strong RF chip demand to buoy supplier 2017 revenues

Jun 28, 15:46

Strong radio-frequency (RF) component demand will buoy sales at suppliers including Richwave Technology, Rafael Microelectronics and AMIC Communication (AMICCOM) in 2017, which are...

Rafael Micro gross margin hits 49% in 1Q17

May 15, 22:03

Broadband RF IC design house Rafael Microelectronics saw its gross margin hit 49.4% in the first quarter of 2017, thanks to rising shipments of its high-margin silicon tuners and...

Rafael develops new silicon tuner for LCD TVs

Aug 26, 10:27

Broadband RF IC design house Rafael Microelectronics has announced a new silicon tuner supporting PAL/NTSC/SECAM analog cable TV standards. The silicon tuner integrates Rafael's own...

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Global notebook shipment forecast, 2017 and beyond
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