RFMW Ltd. announces design and sales support for Qorvo’s TGF2965-SM, 50 ohm, input-matched transistor. The TGF2965-SM offers 5 W of output power from 30 to 3000 MHz. Qorvo’s TGF2965-SM can be tuned for either power or efficiency and performance of both is exceptional. Typical PAE at 2 GHz is 63%. Linear gain is measured at 18 dB. Operating from a 32 V supply, this transistor is capable of both CW and pulsed performance.
RFMW Ltd. announces design and sales support for a LowDrift™ BAW filter created for Band 25 repeater uplink applications centered at 1882.5 MHz. Qorvo’s 885048 has 65 MHz of usable bandwidth and can handle up to 1 W of RF input power. Featuring a low insertion loss of 2.3 dB max, the Qorvo 885048 offers single-input, single-output operation. No external matching components are required which simplifies circuit design.
RFMW Ltd. announces design and sales support for the RFaxis RFX2411N, a fully integrated, single-chip, single-die RFeIC (RF Front-end Integrated Circuit) incorporating all the RF functionality needed for wireless ZigBee/smart energy applications. Designed for operation in the 2.4 GHz ISM band, the RFX2411N architecture integrates a PA, LNA, transmit and receive switching circuitry.
RFMW Ltd. announces design and sales support for the PE42422 UltraCMOS SPDT RF switch from Peregrine Semiconductor. The enhanced frequency range of the PE42422 pushes down to 5 MHz providing broadband performance from 5 to 6000 MHz. Typical insertion loss of 0.25 dB at 1000 MHz with 44 dB isolation is maintained. This reflective switch integrates on-board CMOS control logic requiring no external components.
RFMW Ltd. announces design and sales support for 65 GHz coaxial attenuators using 1.85 mm connectors. P1dB offers a series of these attenuators with available fixed attenuation values of 3 dB, 6 dB, 10 dB, 20 dB and 30 dB. With a maximum VSWR of 1.35:1, these P1dB attenuators find applications in test and measurement production environments and optical networking. The table below defines the part numbers for the associated fixed values.
RFMW Ltd. announces design and sales support for the API Weinschel 1515-1 resistive power divider. The 1515-1 offers SMA female connectors on all ports allowing a miniature design that’s capable of supporting 18 GHz applications. Rated at 1W CW, the API Weinschel divider can handle up to 1 kW peak power input. Phase tracking between ports is 5 degrees maximum while amplitude tracking is 0.5 dB max at 18 GHz. Insertion loss beyond the 6 dB nominal is only 1.5 dB at 18 GHz.
RFMW Ltd. announces design and sales support for a bulk acoustic wave (BAW) filter designed for 2.4 GHz WLAN/WiFi/Blue Tooth coexistence with 4G LTE and TD-LTE signals in adjacent bands B7, B41, B38 and B40. The Qorvo 885128 exhibits exceptional rejection performance allowing these various technologies to operate simultaneously and in close proximity. and offers up to 25% less temperature drift with extended temperature ranges of -40 to +95 degrees C.
RFMW Ltd. announces design and sales support for the SKY67159-396LF, a 200 to 3800 MHz LNA designed for applications including IoT, small cell infrastructure, tower mounted amplifiers and remote radio units. The SKY67159-396LF’s thermal characteristics allow in-system performance up to +105 degrees C. Broadband performance is achieved with a single matching circuit providing superior gain flatness, low noise figure (<1 dB) and good linearity (31 dBm OIP3).
RFMW Ltd. announces design and sales support for XMA Corp’s 8582-6150-xx series of 2.4 mm, 50 GHz Attenuators. The XMA coaxial attenuators are available in standard dB values of 3, 6, 10, 20 and 30 dB and handle up to 1 W of power. Frequency DC - 50 GHz, VSWR ranges 0 to 26.5 GHZ to 40 to 60 GHz and operating temps are -55 to +100. The 50 GHz attenuators are in stock at RFMW and are ready to ship the same day.
RFMW Ltd. announces design and sales support for Peregrine Semiconductor’s PE42920 dual differential SPDT switch operating from 10 kHz to 6 GHz. The PE42920 targets test and measurement applications where two independent differential signals are required to be switched. Having both switches in a small, 3 x 3 mm QFN package saves both board space and BOM cost as well as improving performance.