The SKY66115-11 is an integrated front-end module (FEM) designed specifically for low-power range extension in industrial, smart meter, tracking, and RFID applications within the 400 to 510 MHz range. Features include +20 dBm transmit output power, 2.5 V to 3.6 V supply operation, and low power consumption.
The ANGP-F001 combines a low-noise amplifier (LNA) with a GNSS FBAR pre-LNA filter. This module features a very low noise figure, a CMOS compatible shutdown pin (SD), advanced GaAs E-pHEMT and FBAR technology, exceptional Cell/DCS/PCS/WLAN-Band rejection, and more.
The SKY66111-11 is a highly integrated front-end module (FEM) from Skyworks operating in the 2.4 to 2.485 GHz frequency range. It features low power consumption of 10 mA at 10 dBm, Rx bypass and supply operation from 1.8 to 5 V, and comes in a 20-pin MCM 3.3 x 3.0 x 0.8 mm package.
The SKY66119-11 is a 460 MHz transmit/receive (T/R) front-end module designed to provide a complete T/R train with T/R switches. Mounted in a 28-pin, 6 x 6mm Multi-Chip Module (MCM) surface-mount technology package, this device provides a highly manufacturable low-cost solution for automated meter reading, advanced metering infrastructure, ISM systems, and range extenders.
The RF5725 is a single-chip integrated front-end module (FEM) for high performance WLAN applications in the 2.4GHz to 2.5GHz ISM band. This FEM greatly reduces the number of external components, minimizing footprint and assembly cost of the overall 802.11b/g solution. The RF5725 has an integrated b/g power amplifier, LNA, a Coupler Power detector, and TX filtering. It also is capable of switching between WLAN RX, WLAN TX, and BTH RX/TX operations. This device is manufactured using GaAs HBT and pHEMT processes on a 3mmx3mmx0.5mm 16-pin QFN package. This module meets or exceeds the RF front-end needs of 802.11b/g WLAN RF systems.
Qorvo’s integrated front end modules (FEMs) are included with a compact form factor and integrated matching that minimizes the layout area in Wi-Fi 802.11 a/n/ac and 802.11 b/g/n system applications. Their performance is focused on conserving power consumption while maintaining the highest linear output power and leading edge throughput.