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9380 Carroll Park Drive

San Diego, CA 92121

United States

Phone: 858-731-9400

Fax: 858-731-9499

Peregrine Semiconductor Corporation operates as a provider of radio frequency (RF) integrated circuits (RFICs). The company’s solutions utilize its proprietary UltraCMOS technology, which enables the design, manufacture, and integration of multiple RF, mixed signal, and digital functions on a single chip. The company has shipped approximately 2 billion RFICs based on its UltraCMOS technology. As of December 28, 2013, the company offered a portfolio of approximately 230 RFICs, including switches, digital attenuators, mixers/upconverters, prescalers, digitally tunable capacitors (DTCs), phase-locked loops (PLLs), and DC-DC converters. It is developing power amplifiers (PAs). During the year ended December 28, 2013, the company’s products were sold to approximately 1,700 module manufacturers, original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), contract manufacturers, and other customers. Products The company’s product portfolio includes both monolithic RFICs and discrete components. RF Switches – Antenna: RF Switches are utilized in the RF section of mobile devices to route RF signals between the antenna and the handset core, through one or more signal paths. The company’s portfolio of RF switches includes products that vary in complexity and performance depending on the design of the application. For mobile handsets, its existing switch products offer approximately 16 RF signal paths with integrated digital bus support and onboard voltage regulation. RF Switches – Broadband and General Purpose: The company’s broadband and general purpose RF switches deliver a combination of broadband linearity, settling time, and isolation while routing RF signals to their respective transmit or receive paths. These attributes are being used by the OEMs of light-emitting diode and plasma digital televisions, set top box, cable infrastructure, test and measurement devices, and wireless applications to replace legacy mechanical relays and gallium arsenide-based designs. Digital Attenuators: The company provides digital step attenuators that are used to control the amplitude of a RF or analog signal. These products include digital control circuitry integrated with a RF attenuator core and are used in third generation (3G) and fourth generation (4G) cellular base stations, repeaters, and point-to-point nodes. PLL: The company’s frequency PLLs provide an electronic system for generating any of a range of frequencies from a single fixed timebase or oscillator. Its PLLs provide low-power, ultra-low phase noise, programmable frequency PLLs for defense, broadband, industrial, and wireless infrastructure markets. Mixers/Upconverters: The company’s mixers/upconverters are used to translate encoded voice/data signals from one frequency to another to enable radio transmission. Its mixers/upconverters are incorporated into mixer modules and provide linearity, which is a primary metric to improving wireless data transmission rates. These attributes are critical in 3G and 4G cellular base station designs. Prescalers: The company’s prescalers operate in the C, X, and Ku bands to divide the frequency of a wireless signal to extend the operating range of a PLL beyond its base capability. Its prescalers complement its frequency PLL line, providing its customers with a design solution while lowering power consumption. DTCs: The company’s DTCs are designed to enable RF circuits to perform optimally at various frequencies. Its products support a range of applications in various end markets, including antenna and filter tuning, and impedance matching between circuits. DC-DC Converters: The company’s frequency-configurable DC-DC converters perform voltage conversion using a high frequency switching technique that minimizes system noise. Its DC-DC converters are designed to enable a distributed power management architecture designed for satellite applications, replacing inefficient drop out regulators and central converters. PAs: The company’s PAs amplify RF signals to generate the necessary power required to establish a radio link between a base station and a mobile device. With its UltraCMOS technology, the company has the ability to in

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