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Corporate

Quality System Manual

Document 001-0001
Revision 12

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Table of Contents
1 Introduction
1.1 Purpose

1.2 Scope

2 Corporate Overview
2.1 Scope of the QMS

2.2 Overview

3 Management Responsibility
3.1 Top Management Organization

3.2 Management Responsibility

3.3 Quality Policy

3.4 Management Review

3.5 Responsibility and Authority

4 Peregrine Quality Management System (QMS)


4.1 QMS Overview

4.2 QMS Process Map

4.3 AS9100C/ISO9001:2008 QMS Documentation Matrix

4.4 TS16949:2009 QMS Documentation Matrix

5 Revision History

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1 Introduction
1.1 Purpose
The purpose of this quality manual is to define Peregrine Semiconductors quality
management system and policies. This manual acts as the foundation of Peregrines
quality management system which is based upon and complies with the international
standard AS 9100C, ISO 9001:2008 and ISO/TS16949:2009.
1.2 Scope
This quality manual applies to all Peregrine Semiconductor facilities and operations
worldwide.

2 Corporate Overview
2.1 Scope of the QMS (Quality Management System)
The scope of the QMS is the design, development, manufacture, and test of high-
performance communications RFICs for the wireless infrastructure, mobile wireless;
broadband communications and infrastructure; and high-reliability markets. These ICs
are manufactured on the companys proprietary UltraCMOS mixed-signal process
technology.

2.2 Overview
Peregrine Semiconductor Corporation products are uniquely poised to meet the needs
of a global RF design community in high-growth applications such as LTE, HSDPA and
WCDMA digital cellular and mobile TV; broadband communications such as
DTV/PCTV/DVR; and in high-reliability applications such as telecom infrastructure,
industrial, automotive, military and satellite systems. Peregrine UltraCMOS devices
are manufactured under licensed foundry partnerships with CMOS semiconductor
manufacturers located throughout the world. The Company, headquartered in San
Diego, California, maintains global sales support operations and a worldwide technical
distribution network. See Figure 1 for global design, manufacturing and sales support
locations. Additional information is available on the web at www.psemi.com.
UltraCMOS mixed-signal process technology is a patented advancement of silicon-
on-insulator (SOI) technology on a sapphire substrate providing high yields,
competitive costs and a viable alternative to compound semiconductor technologies.
UltraCMOS delivers significant performance advantages over competing processes
such as GaAs, SiGe, BiCMOS and bulk silicon CMOS in applications where RF
performance, low power and high levels of integration are paramount. These
measurable power and size savings offer advantages for both manufacturers and
consumers, including longer battery life, smaller batteries, lower power consumption
and bills, less electronic wasteand a greener RF solution. Further, the companys
revolutionary HaRP and DuNE technologies further exploit the fundamental
benefits of silicon-on-sapphire, enabling dramatic improvements in harmonic results,
linearity, power handling and overall RF performance which today remain unmatched
by any other RF process technology.

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Figure 1: Peregrine global design, manufacturing and sales support locations

3 Management Responsibility

3.1 Top Management Organization

Chief Executive Officer


Chief Executive Officer

Chief Technical Chief Marketing Chief Financial


VP Operations
Officer Officer Officer

VP HPS VP MWS VP RF
VP Quality
Business Uiit Business Unit Infrastructure

VP RF
Technology
Solutions

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3.2 Management Responsibility

3.2.1 Management Commitment


Top management has the overall responsibility for developing, implementing
and maintaining a quality management system that meets the needs of our
customers as well as any statutory or regulatory requirements. They are
responsible for defining the quality policy and objectives of the company and
ensuring these are communicated, implemented and monitored throughout the
organization.
3.2.2 Customer Focus
The business units will ensure that customer requirements are understood and
communicated effectively throughout the organization and to the top
management team. Top management will ensure customer requirements are
met in such a way as to improve customer satisfaction.

3.3 Quality Policy


Peregrines quality policy is defined below. The Vice President of Quality is responsible
for reviewing the quality policy with Top Management at least yearly to ensure the
quality policy is aligned with key business goals and objectives. Any changes to the
quality policy are reviewed and approved by the Chief Executive Officer and Vice
President of Quality.

Peregrine Semiconductors Quality Policy:


Peregrine Semiconductor is committed to providing quality products and
services that meet or exceed our customers requirements the first time, every
time.
Peregrine will achieve this by:
Fully understanding our customers requirements and expectations
Providing products utilizing proven designs and manufacturing processes
Developing a highly trained workforce that is motivated, empowered and
fully accountable
Establishing strong relationships with world class suppliers
Continually improving the efficiency and effectiveness of our business
processes and quality management system

3.4 Management Review

The quality management system is reviewed by top management at planned intervals


to ensure it is effective in achieving Peregrines quality objectives. During these
reviews the top management team will review at a minimum the following criteria:
Results of audits
Customer feedback

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Effectiveness of corrective and preventative action system
Field returns and field failure rates
Any changes or potential changes that could impact the quality management
system
Process performance and process efficiency for manufacturing
Cost of poor quality
Design and development project status
The Quality Policy
Recommendations for changes to the quality policy or quality management
system
Action items from prior management review

3.5 Responsibility and Authority

3.5.1 Management Representative: The Vice President of Quality is the top


management team representative and ISO/TS16949 management
representative responsible for establishment, implementation, and monitoring of
the QMS and the quality policy as well as reviewing all decisions impacting and
changes to the quality management system. The management representative is
responsible for reporting the performance of the QMS to the top management
and promoting awareness of customer requirements.

3.5.2 Customer Representative: The Vice President of Quality in conjunction with the
Business Unit and Operations Vice Presidents are responsible for ensuring
customer requirements are met throughout the product realization process.

4 Peregrine Quality Management System (QMS)

4.1 The quality manual defines the quality


policy the quality management system Level 1 Quality Policy &
Peregrine has implemented to ensure Quality Manual Overview of QMS

compliance to the AS9100C,


ISO9001:2008 and ISO/TS16949:2009 Level 2 Top level description
international standards. The quality Operating Procedures
of critical process
flows
management system is further defined
by a series of operating procedures, Detailed
Level 3
instructions, forms and checklists as Work Instructions
instructions of
process
defined in Figure 2.
Level 4 Document used
Forms & Checklists to record results

Figure 2: Peregrine Document Control System Pyramid

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4.2 Peregrine QMS Process Map

Resource
Management
Peregrine QMS System Map Resource
Control
Human Resources
Corrective Action
Facilities Management Executive Management
Information Internal Audit
Technology
Resource Requirements Business Plan Development Business Metrics
Management Review
Document Control Customer Satisfaction

Quality Records

Corporate Goals & Policies


Continual
Improvement
Failure Analysis
Measurement System
Training Analysis

R s Product Change
Environmental Mgmt es
o ric Control
ur et
Financial Statement ce M Control of
Preparation s Nonconforming
Equipment Product
Maintenance

Internal
Process
Research
Development Internal & Subcontractors
CUSTOMER REQUIREMENTS

CUSTOMER SATISFACTION
Product Product Configuration
Marketing Development Mgmt Customer
Manufacturing Sales Order
Shipping

Order Review Planning /


Sales
& Acceptance Purchasing

Application
Support

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4.3 AS9100C/ISO 9001:2008 QMS Documentation Matrix
# AS9100C / ISO 9001:2008 Requirement Procedures
4 Quality Management System
4.1 General Requirements 001-0001
4.2 Documentation Requirements
4.2.1 General Requirements 001-0001
4.2.2 Quality Manual 001-0001
4.2.3 Control of Documents 002-0002
4.2.4 Control of Records 002-0013
4.3 Configuration Management 006-0005
5 Management Responsibility
5.1 Management Commitment 003-0001
5.2 Customer Focus/Satisfaction 007-0003, 001-0001
5.3 Quality Policy 001-0001
5.4 Planning
5.4.1 Quality Objectives 001-0001
5.4.2 QMS Planning 003-0001
5.5 Responsibility, Authority and Communication
5.5.1 Responsibility and Authority 003-0001
5.5.2 Management Representative 003-0001
5.5.3 Internal Communication 003-0001
5.6 Management Review
5.6.1 General 003-0002
5.6.2 Review Input 003-0002
5.6.3 Review Output 003-0002
6 Resource Management
6.1 Provision of Resources 003-0001
6.2 Human Resources
6.2.1 General 003-0001
6.2.2 Competence, Awareness and Training 008-0001
6.3 Process Control 005-0001
6.4 Work Environment 005-0001
7 Product Realization
7.1 Planning of Product Realization 004-0001
7.2 Customer-Related Processes
7.2.1 Determination of Requirements Related to the Product 004-0001
7.2.2 Review of Requirements Related to the Product 007-0001, 007-0002,
004-0001
7.2.3 Customer Communication 007-0001
7.3 Design and Development
7.3.1 Design and Development Planning 004-0001

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# AS9100C / ISO 9001:2008 Requirement Procedures
7.3.2 Design and Development Inputs 004-0001
7.3.3 Design and Development Outputs 004-0001
7.3.4 Design and Development Review 004-0001
7.3.5 Design and Development Verification 004-0001
7.3.6 Design and Development Validation 004-0001
7.3.6.1 Documentation of Design and/or Dev. Verification & Validation 004-0001
7.3.6.2 Design and/or Development Verification & Validation Testing 004-0001
7.3.7 Control of Design & Development Changes 004-0001
7.4 Purchasing
7.4.1 Purchasing Process 006-0001
7.4.2 Purchasing Information 006-0001
7.4.3 Verification of Purchased Product 002-0003
7.5 Production and Service Provision
7.5.1 Control of Production and Service Provision 005-0001, 006-0004
7.5.1.1 Production Documentation 005-0001
7.5.1.2 Control of Production Process Changes 005-0001
7.5.1.3 Control of Production Equipment, Tools & Numerical Control
(N.C.) Machine Programs 005-0001
7.5.1.4 Control of Work Transferred, on a Temporary Basis, Outside the
Organizations Facilities 005-0001
7.5.1.5 Control of Service Operations 007-0003
7.5.2 Validation of Processes for Production and Service Provision Not Applicable to PSemi
7.5.3 Identification and Traceability 006-0003
7.5.4 Customer Property Not Applicable to PSemi
7.5.5 Preservation of Product 006-0004
7.6 Control of Monitoring and Measurement Devices 002-0011
8 Measurement, Analysis & Improvement
8.1 General 003-0002
8.2 Monitoring and Measurement
8.2.1 Customer Satisfaction 007-0003
8.2.2 Internal Audit 002-0015
8.2.3 Monitoring and Measurement of Processes 002-0015
8.2.4 Monitoring and Measurement of Product 002-0003
8.2.4.1 Inspection Documentation 002-0003
8.2.4.2 First Article Inspection Not Applicable to PSemi
8.3 Control of Nonconforming Product 002-0009
8.4 Analysis of Data 005-0001; 003-0002
8.5 Improvement
8.5.1 Continual Improvement 003-0001, 01-0001
8.5.2 Corrective Action 002-0010
8.5.3 Preventive Action 002-0010
Note: Not Applicable: Appearance Items, Customer Property & Customer-Owned Tooling

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4.4 ISO/TS16949:2009 QMS Documentation Matrix
Business Process Executive Management
Process Name Document Number
Peregrine Business Plan Development 003-0003
Management Review 003-0002
Customer Oriented Processes
Research Procedure 004-0005
Process Development Flow 006-0024
Product Marketing Process 007-0010
Product Development Process 004-0001
Configuration Management Process 006-0022
Sales Procedure 007-0008
Order Review and Acceptance Procedure 007-0007
Planning and Purchasing Procedure 006-0023
Manufacturing Process 006-0020
Application Support Procedure 76-0004
Customer Sales Order Shipping Process 006-0021
Support Processes Resource Management and Resource Control
Human Resources Process 008-0002
Facilities Management 92-0008
Information Technology Procedure 94-0013
Document Control 002-0002
Quality Records 002-0013
Equipment Maintenance Process 10-0312
Failure Analysis Procedure 02-0001
Training 008-0001
Environmental Management Procedure 01-0105
Finance Statement Preparation 008-0003
Corrective Action Procedure 002-0010
Internal Audits Procedure 002-0015
Customer Satisfaction 007-0003
Continual Improvement Procedure 002-0008
Measurement Systems Analysis Process 002-0012
Product Change Control 002-0005
Control of Nonconforming Product 002-0009

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5 Revision History

DCN # Revision Date Originator Description of Change


B. Givens & First revision of PSA & PSC Quality System
03593 01 2004/05/21 J. Greenwood Manual merger.
All document references on Pages 19-28
B. Givens & updated. Building photo changed to new
03685 02 2004/10/17 J. Greenwood building.
Footer changed to show revision
All new document references accepted,
where still not resolved replaced with TBA.
Removed product information. Quality
organization and ISO registration
03977 03 2005/08/04 Gene Lyons information updated.
Revise to current practices, update
document references and corporate
04197 04 2006/02/27 P. Nunnelley overview section.
Minor revision to document number
04463 05 2006/08/22 Gene Lyons references
2006/11/17 L. Witsell Added Not Applicable to PSemi on page
23, sections 7.5.2 & 8.2.4.2 for clarification
005039 06 2007/04/10 L. King Peregrine spelled incorrectly
1) PSA Document numbers that were
converted from Lotus Notes to Arena,
Document System.
2) Update PSC Headquarters street
address due to move and remove Test
Faculity (Kenamar) address, now under
PSC Headquarters.
005506 07 2007/09/18 P. Nunnelley 3) Remove President from CEO title pg, 5
005970 08 2008/1/23 G. Lyons Updated quality policy and photo for PSC
006248 09 2008/3/25 C. Villarreal Remove business processes from manual.
1) At the bottom of page 9, added the
following note:
Note: Exclusions: Appearance Items,
Customer Property & Customer-Owned
Tooling
2) Remove Peregrine Semiconductor
Australia/Wafer Fab from Corporate
reference, Add as manufacturer
3) Update page 4 Corporate Overview
4) Remove page 3 faculities map &
Process Interrelationship map page 8
006661 10 2008/11/26 P. Nunnelley 5 Remove Operations & Sales Offices
1)Updated introduction
2)Updated corporate profile
3) Added management responsibility
4) Added QMS process map
5) Update operational procedure table
009629 11 2010/10/21 G. Lyons 6)Re-formatted document

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DCN # Revision Date Originator Description of Change
1) Replace Org chart 3.1 & Senior Mgmt
with Top Mgmt throughout document,
2) Replace QMS System Map, 4.2.
3) Updated Peregrine locations Fig 1.
4) Aligned sections 3.2 & 3.3 with TS16949
5) Added TS16949 QMS Process List,
010910 12 2011/09/23 P. Nunnelley page 11
Typo, formatting updates. Section fonts to
011212 12 2011/10/06 P. Nunnelley be uniform within the document.

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