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TQP3M9008 Cascadable Amplifier

January 17, 2011
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HILLSBORO, OREGON (USA) & PARIS, FRANCE – September 20, 2010 – TriQuint Semiconductor (NASDAQ: TQNT), a leading RF products manufacturer and foundry services provider, will showcase an extensive portfolio of integrated RF products for base transceiver station (BTS) radios at the European Microwave Conference. TriQuint products reduce the size and complexity of RF circuitry by integrating multiple functions into modules. This enables migration to smaller, more ‘green’ remote radio head (RRH) base stations, a plan system operators are deploying to expand networks for 3G / 4G smartphones and other mobile devices.

A New Base Station RFIC Product from TriQuint at EuMW 2010 is:

TQP3M9008 – Low Noise Gain Block Can Reduce BOMs for 3G / 4G Infrastructure
TriQuint has released a new low noise gain block that offers high gain over a broad .05 – 4 GHz frequency range. The TQP3M9008 is a cascadable amplifier that requires no external matching components and can reduce BOMs. The gain block provides 35.5 dBm OIP3, while still maintaining a low 1.3 dB noise figure, applicable for both Rx and Tx chains. The TQP3M9008 also provides a flat 20 dB gain up to 1.9 GHz (50 ohm input/output impedance; industry standard SOT-89 packaging), performance that makes them ideal for 3G/4G infrastructure as well as any other general wireless applications below 4 GHz.

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