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Ampleon

ampleonAmpleon is a global semiconductor manufacturer spun off from the NXP Semiconductors in May 2015 headquartered in Nijmegen, Netherlands. Ampleon takes responsibility for all RF Power business activity, including sales and support of the complete line-up of silicon-based LDMOS and gallium nitride (GaN) RF power products. Founded on a history of more than 50 years, Ampleon has more than 1700 employees worldwide, across 16 engineering, sales and manufacturing facilities worldwide. The company focuses on mobile broadband, multimarket, and RF energy electronic products. Recently being spun-off from NXP Semiconductors, the company is set-out to exploit the full potential of data and energy transfer in RF. Ampleon is dedicated to creating optimal value for customers. Its innovative, yet consistent portfolio offers products and solutions for a wide range of applications, such as cellular base stations, radio/TV/broadcasting, radar, air traffic control, cooking, lighting, industrial lasers and medical.

The NXP RF Power Division’s product portfolio ( RF Amplifiers, RF MOSFETs) has been transferred to Ampleon (October 5, 2105). Focusing on partnering with customers to exploit opportunities in RF data and energy transfer, Ampleon aims to increase its commitment to R&D and grow its engineering resources. Ampleon is a founding member of the RF Energy Alliance, whose members aim to build a fast-growing ecosystem around the use of solid-state RF energy as a highly efficient and controllable source of heat and power.

Ampleon is shaped by 50 years of RF power leadership. The company is set-out to exploit the full potential of data and energy transfer in RF. Its innovative, yet consistent portfolio offers GaN and LDMOS products and solutions for a wide range of applications, such as cellular base stations, radio/TV/broadcasting, radar, air traffic control, cooking, lighting, industrial lasers and medical.