RFMW announces the addition of a new Business Development Manager for the Americas specializing in RF Power applications support. Leonard Pelletier is a high energy, creative engineering expert on RF power amplifier design and RF component applications. Mr. Pelletier’s substantial background comes from his experience working for a major RF power semiconductor manufacturer that specializes in LDMOS, GaN and SiGe device technologies where he worked in both design and technical support functions.
Author, manager, trainer and public speaker, Mr. Pelletier was personally instrumental in the transition from bipolar devices to the use of LDMOS technology by cellular infrastructure OEMs over 25 years ago.
Mr. Pelletier will support RFMW’s sales team in creating new business opportunities with break- through technological advances to drive new market expansion and increased sales volume in the Americas as more high-power RF designs are needed for telecom infrastructure, military, aerospace and emerging industrial applications.
“Continuing RFMW’s evolution and strategy of building a ‘dream team’ to support customers and suppliers, bringing Leonard on-board will give us the advantage of a dedicated support engineer who is known in and familiar with the industry”, said Joel Levine, CEO at RFMW. “Our commitment will always be adding value for our customers with an in-depth knowledge of leading-edge products from multiple suppliers. Our RF power device suppliers and customers will see a higher level of design support as we continue to expand our sales team and grow our account base.”
RFMW, a wholly owned subsidiary of TTI Inc., a Berkshire Hathaway Inc. company is a specialty electronics distribution company focused exclusively on serving customers that require RF and microwave components and semiconductors, as well as component engineering support. The company continues to expand its list of products from selective suppliers with RF/microwave expertise. RFMW deploys a highly experienced, technically skilled team to assist customers with component selection and fulfillment.