Microwave Journal

RFaxis’ WLAN RFeIC and High Gain Antenna to Boost B-Link’s Solutions

February 1, 2010

RFaxis, a fabless semiconductor company focused on innovative, next-generation RF solutions for the wireless connectivity markets, announced that B-Link Electronic Ltd. has selected RFaxis’ RFX2402 and RFX2402H RF Front-end Integrated Circuits (RFeIC™), along with the new RFaxis high-gain antenna solution, for integration into the B-Link family of WLAN products.


B-Link, established in 1997 and based in Shenzhen, China, is an ISO 9001:2000 electronics OEM with in-house R&D and design functions that innovates at a rate of one new product every quarter. B-Link’s manufacturing and quality control facilities enable eight production lines, a portfolio of over 500 connectivity products and a broad line of popular WLAN solutions that serve global high volume demand in Asia, North America, South America, EMEA and Australia.

The fully integrated RFaxis RFX2402 RFeIC comes complete on a single silicon die with a linear power amplifier that delivers state-of-the-art EVM power, a low-noise amplifier, a TX/RX switching circuit, a power detector, harmonic filters and impedance matching.

The RFaxis high-gain/high-power solution for B-Link includes the RFaxis RFX2402H RFeIC designed for WLAN client devices, such as USB dongles, as well as server devices, such as wireless routers and access points. By leveraging the RFX2402H high power and high sensitivity attributes together with an optimally matched RFaxis high-gain/omni-directional antenna, this total RFaxis front-end solution enables a highly reliable wireless connection over extended distances for any mobile WLAN device.