Skyworks DRx front-end-modules have been designed to improve receiver sensitivity and data throughput in 3G/4G multimode cellular tablets and handsets, while also reducing Rx noise figure. The FEMs are comprised of low loss RF switches, as well as receive SAW filters and low noise amplifiers.
The Mini-Circuits PHA-1+ Ultra High Dynamic Range MMIC Amplifier supports low intermodulation amplification over the broad frequency range of 50 MHz to 6 GHz. This design provides a unique combination of high output IP3 (typically +42 dBm) while maintaining a noise figure less than 3 dB up to 4 GHz and typical gain of 14 dB at 2 GHz.
Qorvo presents a new series of high-linearity 2.5 GHz Front-End Modules (FEMs) built for automotive Wi-Fi applications, 802.11b/g/n, and Bluetooth® systems. These devices feature integrated b/g/n power amplifiers, directional power detectors, RX balun, and TX filtering. Each FEM contains an ultra-small form factor and integrated matching that greatly reduces the number of external components and layout area in the customer application.
This front end module (FEM) features an ultra-small form factor and is ideal for IEEE802.11a/n/ac WiFi applications, 4.9GHz to 5.85GHz ISM Band applications, applications involving portable battery powered equipment, and applications involving WiFi access points, gateways, and set top boxes.
This fully matched front-end-module (FEM) comes with an integrated 5 GHz power amplifier with harmonic mode, and a low noise amplifier with bypass mode and an SPDT switch. It’s designed for WiFi-enabled handsets/tablets, system-in-package (SIP) modules for embedded systems, and 802.11n/ac smartphones and tablets.
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