RFMW Ltd. announces design and sales support for omni-directional concealment antenna products specifically for use in covert surveillance or other applications where an antenna needs to be hidden from view or disguised to not draw attention. Southwest Antennas’ model 1066-014 offers quad-band, 4G, LTE cellular coverage for global use. This antenna offers superior, 360 degree horizontal beamwidth and 76 degree low-band vertical beamwidth (46 degree high-band vertical beamwidth) when properly mounted.
RFMW Ltd. announces design and sales support for a broadband, high-isolation switch from Qorvo. Absorptive by design, the QPC6014 can handle up to 4 W of input power from 50 to 6000 MHz and 2 W from 5 to 50 MHz. Offered as a single-pole, single-throw (SPST), isolation ranges from 70 dB at lower frequencies to 43 dB at 4GHz.
RFMW Ltd. announces design and sales support for an expanded offering of SMD square air coils from Frontier Electronics. The new LSQ1111A – LSQ2929A series offer a higher current rating (up to 5.7 A), an inductance range of 27 to 500 nH and SRF values as high as 2.6 GHz. Designed primarily for use in RF circuits such as filters, bypassing and/or decoupling signals, these larger coils compliment the already established LSQ0706A – LSQ0908A series.
RFMW Ltd. announces design and sales support for the Skyworks Solutions SKY66105-11 front end module (FEM). The SKY66105-11 offers high output power (30 dBm) for 902 to 931 MHz, ISM band transmit applications such as smart metering for water, gas and electric. With integrated harmonic filters and a DPDT switch for diversity antennas, this FEM also incorporates on-board matching and integrated shielding thereby reducing required board space and easing design.
RFMW Ltd. announces design and sales support for a 1900 W pulsed RF power transistor from Ampleon. The BLF189XRB supports industrial applications in the 30 to 150 MHz frequency range such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). Offering gain of 23 dB, efficiency is 63%. Excellent ruggedness is a hall mark of Ampleon high power LDMOS and the BLF189XRB can withstand VSWR mismatch as high as 65:1.
RFMW Ltd. announces design and sales support for a 1500 W CW (1700 W pulsed) RF power transistor from Ampleon. The BLF189XRA spans a frequency range of 30 to 500 MHz for broadcast and industrial applications such as CO2, plasma RF, and VHF radio. Offering gain of 26.5 dB in CW operation, efficiency is 75%.
RFMW Ltd. announces design and sales support for a high efficiency, high power transistor from Qorvo. The Qorvo QPD2795 GaN power transistor has a P3dB of 360W for Band 7 and Band 41 wireless communications infrastructure and microcell designs in the 2.5 to 2.7GHz frequency range. Offering typical drain efficiency of 72% and linear gain of 22dB, the QPD2795 draws 700mA from a 48V supply. Qorvo packages this transistor in an eared, ceramic, air cavity package.
RFMW Ltd. announces design and sales support for a 9 to 10 GHz, 35 W, GaN power amplifier targeted towards weather and marine radar applications. The Qorvo TGA2622-SM provides a saturated output power of 45.5 dBm with 18 dBm input. Power added efficiency is >42% and large signal gain is 27.5 dB. For non-saturated applications, small signal gain is >30 dB.
RFMW Ltd. announces design and sales support for a B1 uplink filter. The Qorvo TQQ7301 uses BAW technology providing high isolation and low loss for small cells, LTE data cards, repeaters and base station infrastructure applications. Covering the 60 MHz bandwidth of 1920 to 1980 MHz, insertion loss is only 4 dB while attenuation of unwanted signals is 30 dB. Additionally, the TQQ7301 can handle up to 27 dBm of input power.
RFMW Ltd. announces design and sales support for a front-end module (FEM) designed for GPS and GLONASS applications. TST’s TN0081A contains a high performance pre-SAW filter, low noise amplifier (LNA) and post-SAW filter providing 18.5 dB of in-band gain and very high out-of-band rejection of unwanted signals. Relative to the center frequency of 1575 MHz, rejection is 85 dBc from 704 to 915 MHz and 75 dBc from 1710 to 1980 MHz.