Avago Technologies’ Fifth Generation of CoolPAM™ Power Amplifiers Designed for Asian Mobile Carriers’ New Talk Time Requirements

SAN JOSE, Calif.—(BUSINESS WIRE)—December 15, 2008— Avago Technologies, a leading supplier of analog interface components for communications, industrial and consumer applications, today announced that its two power amplifiers based on the fifth generation of CoolPAM technology comply with the new talk time requirements defined by major Asian mobile carriers. Avago’s ACPM-7822, which supports Japan CDMA band, and ACPM-7824, which supports CDMA cell band, improve consecutive usage time for mobile handsets by the active bypass PA technology in CoolPAM. This fifth generation of CoolPAM improves power efficiency in the low output power range.

As cellular coverage in urban and suburban networks improve, particularly in Japan and Korea, the statistical probability profile of handset output power has shifted to levels lower than the standard profile set by the CDG (CDMA Development Group). As a result, handsets tend to operate more often at lower power output levels. Improved efficiency at these lower power levels will increase talk time.

To take advantage of these newer networks, multiple Asian mobile markets have set new talk time profile requirements. The fifth generation of CoolPAM power amplifiers is uniquely designed to support high, mid and active-bypass power modes and addresses these requirements. CoolPAM’s innovative switchless design enables the power amplifier to consume very low quiescent current levels and operate in active bypass mode at up to 11 dBm. The ability to operate at multiple power modes significantly lowers the average current of CDMA transmitter usage and thus extends battery life by as much as 30% over conventional power amplifiers.

Avago’s ACPM-7822 and -7824 are housed in a compact 4 x 4 mm package with one RF input port to simplify handset layout design. These amplifiers are mainly targeted for the Japan and Asia Pacific CDMA handset markets, such as China, Korea and India. Avago’s ACPM-7351 is also based on the fifth generation of CoolPAM and is ideal for the Japan market because of its support of Band 0 and 6 (IMT2000) cellular bands.

More information on Avago’s wireless products can be found at: www.avagotechwireless.com

About Avago Technologies

Avago Technologies is a leading supplier of analog interface components for communications, industrial and consumer applications. By leveraging its core competencies in III-V compound and silicon semiconductor design and processing, the company provides an extensive range of analog, mixed signal and optoelectronics components and subsystems to approximately 40,000 end customers. Backed by strong customer service support, the company's products serve four diverse end markets: industrial and automotive electronics, wired infrastructure, wireless communications, and consumer and computer peripherals. Avago has a global employee presence and heritage of technical innovation dating back 40 years to its Hewlett-Packard roots. Information about Avago is available on the Web at www.avagotech.com

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