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NEC SiGE transistor suits wireless LAN, cordless telephones

Posted: 17 Jul 2003 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:nec compound semiconductor devices? nec electronics? silicon germanium bipolar transistor? sige bipolar transistor? nesg3031m05?

NEC Compound Semiconductor Devices Ltd and NEC Electronics GmbH have released a silicon germanium (SiGe) bipolar transistor called NESG3031 that was developed with the company's SiGe Heterojunction Bipolar Transistor semiconductor process technology (UHS3 process).

Featuring a frequency of 5.2GHz and noise factor of 0.95dB, the bipolar transistor is suitable for the high-frequency low-noise amplifiers used in wireless devices such as wireless LAN, cordless telephones, and Electronic Toll Collection units.

The NESG3031 comes in a 4-pin M05 package with low parasitic resistance and capacitance, and in a 4-pin M14 package that measures 1.2-by-0.8mm. The transistors are priced at 30 cents each.

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