Jeremy Hendy

Jeremy
Hendy
Vice President of Sales and Marketing,
Nujira

Jeremy Hendy is the vice president of sales and marketing at Nujira. Previously, he was the marketing director of wireless USB startup Artimi, vice president of marketing for Aspex Semiconductor, and strategic technology director of Cadence’s Wireless and Multimedia business unit. He started his career with Texas Instruments and holds a first class honours degree in electronic engineering from the University of Liverpool.

Articles
Envelope Tracking Excels in RF Power-Amplifier Efficiency
Envelope tracking (ET) is considered as the industry standard for the architecture of 4G RF front ends, and designers are now focusing on how to optimize their ET solutions to deliver the best RF performance, highest data rates, and longest battery life for handsets.
Envelope Tracking Improves Mobile Handset Performance
ET technology can improve energy efficiency, provide independence from battery supply voltage, reduce peak current spikes, and more.
Envelope Tracking Mitigates LTE RF Front-End Power Issues
Envelope tracking is central to the future of the LTE RF front end, cutting wasted energy in multi band power amplifiers by more than 50%.
Commentaries and Blogs
Guest Blogs
Apr 8, 2016
Commentary

Confabbing on the Fabless Fad 5

High capital and maintenance costs, and EDA advances along with abstractions to deal with chip complexity, have been leading contributors to the fabless migration....More
Mar 2, 2016
Article

Home or Very Small Office Electronic Circuit Prototypes, Part 4 6

Part 4 focuses on testing for a reflow oven and build of a mixed SMT/through-hole board....More
Jan 4, 2016
blog

Building Home or Very Small Office Electronic Circuit Prototypes, Part 3 15

Part 3 delves into critical equipment for testing today's electronics, and provides updates on circuit-board designs from Part 1....More

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