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Last $85.74 USD
Change Today +2.69 / 3.24%
Volume 2.9M
SWKS On Other Exchanges
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20 Sylvan Road

Woburn, MA 01801

United States

Phone: 781-376-3000

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Skyworks Solutions, Inc., together with its subsidiaries, provides analog and mixed signal semiconductors. The company supports automotive, broadband, wireless infrastructure, energy management, GPS, industrial, medical, military, networking, smartphones, and tablet applications. Product Portfolio The company’s product portfolio consists of the following: Amplifiers: The modules that strengthen the signal so that it has sufficient energy to reach a base station; Attenuators: Circuits that allow a known source of power to be reduced by a predetermined factor (expressed as decibels); Battery Chargers: Device used to replenish the energy stored in a rechargeable battery by forcing an electric current through it; Circulators/Isolators: Ferrite-based components commonly found on the output of high-power amplifiers used to protect receivers in wireless transmission systems; DC/DC Converters: An electronic circuit, which converts a source of direct current from one voltage level to another; Demodulators: A device or a radio frequency (RF) block used in receivers to extract the information that has been modulated onto a carrier or from the carrier itself; Detectors: Devices used to measure and control RF power in wireless systems; Diodes: Semiconductor devices that pass current in one direction only; Directional Couplers: Transmission coupling devices for separately sampling the forward or backward wave in a transmission line; Filters: Devices for recovering and separating mixed and modulated data in RF stages; Front-End Modules: Power amplifiers that are integrated with switches, duplexers, filters, and other components to create a single package front-end solution; Hybrid: A type of directional coupler used in radio and telecommunications; Infrastructure RF Subsystems: Highly integrated transceivers and power amplifiers for wireless base station applications; LED Drivers: Devices, which regulate the current through a light emitting diode or string of diodes for the purpose of creating light; MIS Silicon Chip Capacitors: Used in applications requiring DC blocking and RF bypassing, or as a fixed capacitance tuning element in filters, oscillators, and matching networks; Mixers: Devices that enable signals to be converted to a higher or lower frequency signal and thereby allowing the signals to be processed; Modulators: Devices that take a baseband input signal and output a RF modulated signal; Optocouplers/Optoisolators: Semiconductor devices that allow signals to be transferred between circuits or systems while ensuring that the circuits or systems are electrically isolated from each other; Phase Locked Loops: Closed-loop feedback control system that maintains a generated signal in a fixed phase relationship to a reference signal; Phase Shifters: Designed for use in power amplifier distortion compensation circuits in base station applications; Power Dividers/Combiners: Utilized to equally split signals into in-phase signals as found in balanced signal chains and local oscillator distribution networks; Receivers: Electronic devices that change a radio signal from a transmitter into useful information; Switches: Components that perform the change between the transmit and receive function, as well as the band function for cellular handsets; Synthesizers: Devices that provide ultra-fine frequency resolution, fast switching speed, and low phase-noise performance; Technical Ceramics: Polycrystalline oxide materials used for various electrical, mechanical, thermal, and magnetic applications; Transceivers: Devices that have both a transmitter and a receiver, which are combined and share common circuitry or a single housing; Voltage Regulators: Generate a fixed level, which remains constant over varying input voltage or load conditions; and VCOs/Synthesizers: Fully integrated, high performance signal source for high dynamic range transceivers. Marketing and Distribution The company’s products are primarily sold through a direct global Skyworks sales force deployed across all of its major market regions. In some markets, the company supplements

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