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Richardson RFPD Inc. and Wavelex announces immediate availability and full design support capabilities for two new low noise amplifiers (LNAs) from Wavelex.
Skyworks Solutions Inc., an innovator of high performance analog semiconductors enabling a broad range of end markets, unveiled a portfolio of low noise amplifiers (LNAs) that provide best-in-class noise figure, a critical component to boosting weak incoming signals for today’s 4G wireless infrastructure as well as diverse broad market systems including GPS, broadband, military and satellite communications.
Richardson RFPD Inc. announces its participation and the line-up of suppliers and products it will feature at IIC China 2013, to be held at the Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center, Shenzhen, China, February 28 to March 2, 2013.
Richardson RFPD Inc. announces its attendance and participation at the 2013 International IC China Conference & Exhibition (IIC-China). IIC-China is the country’s annual systems design event, now in its 18th year of bringing together engineers and technology vendors.
Freescale unveils 2-stage LNAs to support multiple air interfaces for wireless base stations in 1 system
Freescale Semiconductor announced new two-stage, low-noise amplifiers (LNAs) that address two gain stages in one device and deliver coverage across multiple bands to simplify wireless base station designs.
Richardson RFPD Inc. introduces three new low noise amplifiers (LNAs) that are available from stock for prototype or high-volume production from Skyworks Solutions Inc. (Skyworks).
Custom MMIC, a developer of performance driven monolithic microwave integrated circuits (MMICs), is offering two new devices from its growing MMIC design library. The CMD157 (die) and CMD157P3 (packaged) are GaAs MMIC low-noise amplifiers (LNAs) for applications from 6 to 18 GHz.
Custom MMIC is offering a new device from its growing MMIC design library. The CMD162 is a GaAs MMIC low-noise amplifier (LNA) chip for applications from 26 to 34 GHz. Optimized for 30 GHz satellite communications, the CMD162 boasts a typical noise figure of 1.7 dB with a small-signal gain of 22 dB and an output 1 dB compression point of +7 dB.