Skyworks offers the SKY85772-11 as a highly integrated 5 GHz front-end module (FEM) designed for portable 802.11ax applications and systems. Features include a fully matched input and output, integrated logarithmic power detector and directional coupler, a transmit gain of 32 dB, and a receive gain of 15 dB.
The SE2435L and the SKY65378-11 are Skyworks’ high-powered and low-powered RF front-end modules (FEMs) designed specifically for industrial, scientific, medical (ISM) band applications with operation in the 860-930 MHz frequency range. These devices feature fully matched 50 W TX and RX inputs and antenna outputs, and RF blocks that operate over a 2.0-4.8 V range for use in a wide range of battery powered applications.
This front end module is an ideal solution for applications involving wireless automatic metering, portable battery powered equipment, Smart Energy, the 400 MHz ISM band, and other areas that require a solution that complies with the need for size reduction and a reduction in the number of components outside of the core chipset.
The SKY85203-11 is a front-end module designed for 802.11b/g/n set-top boxes, mobile devices, gaming consoles, and tablets. It integrates an SP3T switch and an LNA with a bypass mode. The module comes in a QFN, 12-pin 2 x 2 x 0.45mm package and has a 14dB receive gain, a noise figure of 2.1dB, and a Transmit/Bluetooth® path loss of 0.7dB.
The SKY85743-21 is a 5 GHz WLAN Front-End Module (FEM) that is highly integrated and ideal for indoor and outdoor 802.11ax networking systems, and WLAN-enabled wireless video streaming systems.
Skyworks introduces new shielded GPS low-noise amplifier front-end modules (FEMs), the SKY65725-11 and SKY65728-11, designed for use in mobile applications such as smartphones and tablets. Both devices feature high linearity, excellent gain, and superior noise figure to enable design flexibility and high levels of integration. Pre-filters provide the low in-band insertion loss and excellent rejections of the cellular, PCS, and WLAN frequency bands.
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