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Evaluation board for BGU8011 GNSS

Posted: 20 Nov 2013 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:BGU8011? low noise amplifier? GNSS receiver? cellular transmitters? jamming?

NXP Semiconductors' BGU8011 is a low noise amplifier for GNSS receiver applications in a plastic, leadless 6 pin, extremely thin small outline SOT1230 at 1.1 x 0.9 x 0.5mm3, 0.4mm pitch. The BGU8011 features gain of 16.3 dB and a noise figure of 0.65 dB at a current consumption of 4.4 mA. Its superior linearity performance removes interference and noise from co-habitation cellular transmitters, while retaining sensitivity. The LNA components occupy a total area of approximately 8.4 mm2.

In this document, the application diagram, board layout, bill of materials, and typical results are given, as well as some explanations on GNSS related performance parameters like out-of-band input third-order intercept point O_IIP3, gain compression under jamming and noise under jamming.

View the PDF document for more information.

Originally published by NXP Semiconductors at as "BGU8011 GNSS front end evaluation board".

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