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GaAs MMIC IQ Downconverters: RFRX1001 and RFRX1002

April 12, 2012
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RFRX1001The RFRX1001 is a 10 to 15.4 GHz GaAs pHEMT downconverter, incorporating an integrated LNA, image rejection mixer, LO buffer amplifier, and DC decoupling capacitors. The combination of high performance and low cost packaging makes the RFRX1001 a cost effective solution, ideally suited to both current and next generation Point-to-Point and VSAT applications. RFRX1001 is packaged in a 5 mm x 5 mm QFN to simplify both system level board design and volume assembly.

Features

  • RF Frequency = 10GHz to 15.4GHz
  • LO Frequency = 6GHz to 19.4GHz
  • IF Frequency = DC to 4GHz
  • Conversion Gain = 12dB
  • Noise Figure = 2.1dB
  • IIP3 = 4dBm
  • OIP3 = 16dBm
  • Image Rejection = 15dBc
  • Low Cost 5mm x 5mm QFN Package

The RFRX1002 is a 9 to 14GHz GaAs pHEMT downconverter, incorporating an integrated LNA, image rejection mixer, LO buffer amplifier, and DC decoupling capacitors. The combination of high performance and low cost packaging makes the RFRX1002 a cost effective solution, ideally suited to both current and next generation Point-to-Point and VSAT applications. RFRX1002 is packaged in a 5 mm x 5 mm QFN to simplify both system level board design and volume assembly.

Features

  • RF Frequency = 9GHz to 14GHz
  • LO Frequency = 5GHz to 18GHz
  • IF Frequency = DC to 4GHz
  • LO Input Drive: +5dBm
  • Conversion Gain = 14dB
  • Noise Figure = 1.7dB
  • IIP3 = 4dBm
  • OIP3 = 18dBm
  • Image Rejection = 15dBc  

Common Features

  • IF Frequency: DC to 4GHz
  • Image Rejection: 15dBc
  • Applications Include: Point-to-Point, VSAT
  • Package: QFN, 32-Pin,
  • 5 x 5 x 0.95mm

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