In its simplest form, the RFMD brand is represented by the RFMD logo.
Our logo is the most fundamental element of our brand. It should appear in a prominent
location on all communications. The RFMD logo cannot be replaced by a standard typeface.
It should always be reproduced from original artwork and should never be rebuilt,
redrawn, re-created, or distorted.
Logo Exclusion Zones
An exclusion zone is the blank space or margin surrounding our logo. Exclusion zones
give our logo breathing space for maximum visibility.
The logo must stand clear of any other elements. Create an exclusion zone,
equal to the height of the letter "R" in RFMD, on all sides around the logo.
No other graphic or text should appear within the exclusion zone.
Brands are often associated with colors. RFMD is no exception. Whenever possible,
the two-color version should be used. The black-and-white logo is the only alternative
version of the RFMD logo. Use this on white backgrounds only when color printing
is not an option.
Logo, icon, and web address: 100% black
Red dot in icon: PMS 185
A white logo reversed out of another color or photograph is not acceptable.
When to Use the Logo
The logo should be used whenever possible in all our communications: print, online,
presentations, stationary, signage, etc.
Never use the logotype in a sentence, headline, or as part of a phrase. Instead,
use the word "RFMD" in the same font as the other words in the sentence, headline,
For legally binding documents, such as contracts, employment offers, invoices, and
letterhead, include the appropriate legal company name (e.g., RFMD Micro Devices,
Inc.), along with the RFMD signature/logo.
Do not share the RFMD logo with third parties (clients, customers, partners, or any
other type of affiliate); only companies that are creating materials on our behalf.
Our logo is fundamental to our communications and should never be compromised. Always
reproduce the logo from original artwork.
Protect the integrity of the RFMD brand by being aware of the improper logo usage
Improper Logo Usage
File formats usage and recommendations