|The RFFM3482E FEM is a single-chip integrated front end module (FEM) for high-performance WiFi applications in the 2.4GHz to 2.5GHz ISM band. The FEM addresses the need for aggressive size reduction for a typical 802.11b/g/n front end design and greatly reduces the number of components outside of the core chipset. The FEM has integrated b/g/n power amplifier, directional power detector, Rx balun, and some Tx filtering. It is also capable of switching between WiFi Rx, WiFi Tx and BTH Rx/Tx operations. The device is provided in a 3mm x 3mm x 0.45mm, 16-pin package. This module meets or exceeds the RF front end needs of 802.11b/g/n WiFi RF systems.
||3.6V, Single-Band Front End Module
by RFMDevices - 2013-05-25 11:02 - 4,768 views
The RFFM3482E FEM is a single-chip integrated front end module (FEM) for high-performance WiFi applications in the 2.4GHz to 2.5GHz ISM band. The FEM addresses the need for aggressive size reduction for a typical 802.11b/g/n front end design and greatly reduces the number of components outside of the core chipset. The FEM has integrated b/g/n power amplifier, directional power detector, Rx balun, and some Tx filtering. It is also capable of switching between WiFi Rx, WiFi Tx and BTH Rx/Tx operations. The device is provided in a 3mm x 3mm x 0.45mm, 16-pin package. This module meets or exceeds the RF front end needs of 802.11b/g/n WiFi RF systems.
||Broadband Low Power SP4T Switch
by RFMDevices - 2013-05-25 11:02 - 5,319 views
RF1604D is a single-pole four-throw (SP4T) switch designed for Receive Diversity switching applications. The RF1604D is ideally suited for battery operated applications requiring high performance switching with very low DC power consumption. The RF1604D features very low insertion loss with excellent linearity performance down to 1.3V control voltage. Additionally, RF1604D includes integrated decoding logic, allowing just two control lines needed for switch control. The RF1604D is packaged in a very compact 2.5mm x 2.5mm x 0.6mm, 12-pin, leadless QFN package. No DC-blocking capacitors are required on RF paths unless DC is applied externally to the device ports.
||High Power Front End Modules
by RFMDevices - 2013-05-25 11:01 - 5,006 views
The RF5605 and RFFM420x family of parts (RFFM4200, RFFM4201, and RFFM4202) from RFMD are 6 x 6mm high power, front end modules specifically designed for IEEE 802.11b/g/n WiFi 2.4 -2.5GHz customer premises equipment (CPE) applications. They each have an integrated three-stage linear power amplifier, Tx harmonic filtering, and SPDT switch. These modules also have a fully matched input and output for a 50Ω system and incorporate matching networks optimized for linear output power and efficiency.
With mirrored pinout options, these modules align with any chipset or configuration used for WiFi designs.
by RFMDevices - 2013-05-25 11:01 - 5,502 views
RFMD's new RFSA4013 and RFSA4023 are fully monolithic analog Temperature-Compensating Attenuators (TCAs) featuring exceptional linearity over their entire gain control range. These TCAs are designed to offset the gain reduction of an RF component over temperature without the need for closed loop feedback. Three customer selectable temperature coefficients make these TCAs a flexible solution for RF lineups. Each attenuator incorporates revolutionary new circuit architecture that solves a longstanding industry problem with regards to attenuator architecture: high IP3, low DC current, and broad bandwidth. Traditional approaches for linear temperature-compensating devices require expensive co-fired ceramics with temperature-sensitive materials or current-hungry PIN diodes with elaborate area consuming control circuits. The RFSA4013 and RFSA4023 only require a single supply voltage and two logic bits to set the control attenuation slope versus temperature. Each TCA draws a very low 1mA current and is packaged in a small 3mmx3mm QFN. These attenuators are internally matched to 50Ω over their rated control range and frequency.
|Switch Filter Modules with Five Linear 3G/4G Paths
by RFMDevices - 2013-05-25 11:00 - 3,908 views
RFMD's new RF1293 and RF1293A Switch Filter Modules offer very low insertion loss along with excellent linearity performance and are ideal for multi-mode GSM, EDGE, LTE, and UMTS handset applications. These modules integrate low pass filtering on the GSM transmit paths, avoiding the need for external harmonic attenuation. They also integrate GSM receive bandpass filters and are compatible with +1.8V control logic. They are packaged in compact 3.2mm x 3.5mm, 21-pin module packages which allow for small solution size with no need for external DC blocking capacitors when no external DC is applied to device ports.
||CATV Voltage-Controlled Attenuators
by RFMDevices - 2013-05-25 11:00 - 4,986 views
RFMD's new RFSA3013 and RFSA3023 are fully monolithic analog voltage-controlled attenuators (VCAs) featuring exceptional linearity over a 30dB minimum gain control range. These VCAs also feature internal temperature compensation that provides an attenuation profile highly insensitive to temperature changes. Each VCA is controlled by a single positive control voltage with on-chip DC conditioning circuitry. The slope of the control voltage versus gain is selectable. These VCAs have been characterized for 75Ω CATV applications over the full attenuation and frequency ranges with no external matching components required. The components are offered in a compact 3mm x 3mm QFN package.
||1W Linear High Power Amplifier
by RFMDevices - 2013-05-25 10:59 - 5,212 views
RFMD's new RF5652 High Power Amplifier addresses IEEE 802.11b/g/n WiFi (2.4GHz to 2.5GHz) for customer premises equipment (CPE) applications. It further supports IEEE 802.16e WiMAX (2.5GHz to 2.7GHz) CPE applications. It integrates a three-stage Linear Power Amplifier with 30dBm (1W) linear power at PA output, along with power detection, in a 5mmx5mm QFN package.
||380W GaN Wideband Pulsed Power Amplifier
by RFMDevices - 2013-05-25 10:59 - 5,272 views
RFMD's new RF3928B is a 65V 380W high power discrete amplifier designed for S-Band pulsed radar, Air Traffic Control and Surveillance, and general purpose broadband amplifier applications. The RF3928B is a matched GaN transistor in a hermetic, flanged ceramic package. This package provides thermal stability through the use of advanced heat sink and power dissipation technologies. Ease of integration is accomplished through the incorporation of simple, optimized matching networks external to the package that provide wideband gain and power performance in a single amplifier.
||RF Micro Devices, Inc. Recruitment Video
by RFMDevices - 2013-05-25 10:59 - 4,774 views
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Health, dental, vision and prescription plan
Retirement and investment
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If you have what it takes—desire, innovation, dedication—to keep RFMD competitive in the dynamic wireless communications industry, then we would like to hear from you.
||3.3V to 4.0V, 433MHz to 470MHz Transmit/Receive Front End Module
by RFMDevices - 2013-05-25 10:58 - 3,490 views
RF6504 is a Front End Module (FEM) intended for 433MHz to 470MHz AMI/AMR systems. This module provides separate ports for Rx and Tx paths. The Tx section provides a PA with nominal output power of 30dBm and gain of 15dB. The Rx is a pass through. Both are combined to a single antenna port with a SP2T switch. The device is provided in a 5.5mm x 5.0mm, 28-pin package.