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||NXP LNA for LNBs BFU9xx IMS 2014 Demo
by NXP - 2014-07-07 13:59 - 5,276 views
World's first silicon solution for 1st stage LNA for LNBs
Using NXP's unique process capalities to minimize NF
BFU9xx system solution meets stringent Astra specification
No Negative Bias requirement allows simplified and more cost
effective system solution
For more information: http://www.nxp.com/products/rf/
||NXP Medium Power Amplifier BGA302x IMS 2014 Demo
by NXP - 2014-07-07 13:58 - 4,856 views
Latest Medium Power amplifier for Cable Infrastructure
With Drop Amplifiers BGA301x completes full NXP system
solution for mini and midi-nodes for Broadband signal
distribution coming from Fiber into Coaxial networks.
High performance and flexible setup through various
Samples and demoboards available: http://nxp.com/products/rf/
||NXP Quad Downconverter TFF1044 Demo at IMS 2014
by NXP - 2014-07-07 13:58 - 5,219 views
World's highest integrated solution for QUAD LNB
Integrates amplifier, downconverter, switch matrix and Bias
Half the boardspace of typical discrete QUAD LNB
Very easy implementation, difficulties of implementation solved
For more info visit: http://www.nxp.com/products/rf/
||RF for a Smarter World
by NXP - 2014-07-07 13:56 - 4,916 views
At NXP we constantly drive towards the next step in RF.
Our commitment to innovation and our dedication to be best-in-class
mean we're always working to develop smart solutions that help you
release new levels of performance.
HPRF TechZone [http://www.nxp.com/techzones/hprf-techzone/overview.html}
RF Manual [http://www.nxp.com/products/related/rf-manual.html]
RF Community [https://nxpcommunity.force.com/community/apex/CommunityRFPage]
||NXP wireless charging video
by NXP - 2014-06-10 17:29 - 21,300 views
Ultra-small (less than 2cm2 single layer PCB) Qi low power wireless
charger transmitter design, based on NXPs NXQ1TXA5 true-single
chip transmitter. The NXQ1TXA5 has only 2mW (!!!) standby power
consumption, meeting IEC 62301 ZERO STANDBY POWER criteria,
while performing Qi compliant analog ping. It needs less than 10
external components to build a complete wireless charger.
||NXP Base Station Demo's from IMS 2014
by NXP - 2014-06-10 17:28 - 20,983 views
NXP Base Station product line demo's .
More Info: http://www.nxp.com/products/rf/
||NXP ISM 2014 Plasma Lighting Demo
by NXP - 2014-06-10 17:15 - 6,015 views
Demo of Plasma lighting at ISM 2014. Provides superior light control,
efficient, long life up to 50,000 hours, cost effective, controllable,
compact, scalable to very high power (20,000-90,000 lumens), and
excellent color performance.
||NXP IMS 2014 Demo 200W GaN Doherty for Satcom
by NXP - 2014-06-10 17:09 - 7,328 views
The ultra compact prototype design (2.7x3.35") uses NXP's
CLF1G0060-10 (10W driver suitable for frequencies up to 6GHz)
and the CLF1G0035-200P in the final stage. The CLF1G0035-200P
is a push-pull transistor, using our first generation 0.5um GaN. One
section of the push-pull transistor has been used as main amplifier,
where the other serves as auxiliary amplifier. NXP's Non-Linear GaN
models have been used to design this amplifier, which resulted in a
very quick design cycle time, because there was an excellent correlation
between simulated and measured results.
The amplifier has been characterized under base station test conditions,
with a 2-carrier W-CDMA signal (not a typical SatCom signal) to be able to
make a performance comparison towards LDMOS.
||IMS 2014 Highlight Video
by NXP - 2014-06-10 17:08 - 6,813 views
Highlight video of NXP at IMS 2014
||NXP IMS 2014 Broadband Power Amplifier Demo
by NXP - 2014-06-10 17:08 - 7,391 views
NXP undertook the challenge to design a broadband amplifier
design for the popular 30-512MHz frequency band, using one
of its 50V LDMOS workhorses, the BLF881.
The extremely simple circuit design with coaxial semi rigid transformers
provides more than 115W of output power over the entire band,
with efficiencies ranging from 60-75% as a function of frequency.
The minimum power gain is 16.6dB, with the majority of the frequencies
above 20dB. The amplifier is suitable for CW operation, but also performs
well under two-tone conditions with different carrier spacings.
For more info: http://www.nxp.com/products/rf/