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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.
Freescale Semiconductor revealed its first RF power amplifier product built using gallium nitride (GaN) technology. The company’s RF power GaN products will initially target the cellular infrastructure market, with potential future applications including avionics, radar, ISM and software-defined radio.
Freescale introduces baseband-to-antenna reference design for multi-standard small cell base stations
Freescale Semiconductor announced a new reference design for small office/home office (SOHO) base station applications that is partially powered by two advanced gallium arsenide (GaAs) monolithic microwave integrated circuits (MMIC).
Freescale's QorIQ Qonverge base station processors selected to power modular small cell solutions from Public Wireless Inc.
Freescale Semiconductor introduces two 64-bit, multicore QorIQ™ P5 family control plane processors delivering 2.4 GHz of single threaded performance per core. The new quad-core QorIQ P5040 and dual-core P5021 products feature a robust mix of accelerators, high-speed interfaces and security features, resulting in advanced embedded solutions ideally suited for power-conscious control plane applications.
To meet growing demand for cost-effective RF power solutions capable of supporting skyrocketing data rates, multiple wireless standards and increasing network complexity, Freescale Semiconductor introduces the first two products from its advanced Airfast RF power portfolio. The offerings are engineered to deliver industry-leading power density, signal bandwidth, linear efficiency and gain in cost-effective, small form-factor configurations.