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2006-02-02 LNAs support satcom, radio systems
Mimix expanded its product line of gallium arsenide monolithic microwave IC low noise amplifiers with three new amps.
2007-02-07 LNAs suit GSM, W-CDMA, WiMAX base stations
Avago's MGA-631P8 and -632P8 LNAs are designed for the receiver chain of GSM, CDMA2000, W-CDMA and WiMAX base station and repeater designs.
2009-07-13 LNAs suit cellular infrastructure apps
Avago Technologies announced two ultra-low noise, high gain, high linearity GaAs balanced LNAs for cellular infrastructure applications.
2011-04-26 LNAs offer high linearity
Avago Technologies introduced four low-noise amplifiers featuring high linearity to improve an application's ability to distinguish between desired signals and spurious signals.
2005-07-21 LNAs offer 20dB gain up to 1.5GHz
The HILNAV1 from NuWaves Engineering is a low noise amplifier designed to deliver an extremely low noise figure while offering high gain and a high intercept point across a very wide frequency band
2009-11-05 LNAs improve GPS receiver sensitivity
Avago's LNA reduces the amount of PCB space and the number of components needed for a GPS application.
2010-06-02 LNAs handle multi-cellular receiver apps
Skyworks Solutions has released two next-generation LNAs for multiple cellular infrastructure receiver applications including GSM, CDMA, W-CDMA and LTE base stations and repeaters.
2006-06-19 LNAs for cellular, WiMAX start sampling
RFMD has started sampling five new GaAS pHEMT low noise amplifiers for GSM, CDMA, UMTS, EDGE and WiMAX air interface standards.
2010-02-12 LNAs deliver high gain, linearity for cell infrastructure
Avago Technologies has released the latest edition to its family of ultralow-noise, high-gain, high-linearity gallium arsenide (GaAs) active bias amplifiers for use in cellular infrastructure applications.
2009-12-18 LNAs deliver 0.8dB noise for GPS receivers
The devices, using less power than competitive solutions, are suited for cellphones, smart phones, PNDs and GPS-enabled fitness equipment.
2003-12-01 Integrating GPS receivers with passive antennas
The impact of the direct integration of passive antennas on the GPS system performance is analyzed. The low-gain low noise radio front-end stage, the low levels of inter-system interference and the optimum loading of the analog-to-digital converter enabled the direct connection between the GPS radio and the passive antenna with high sensitivity.
2011-06-07 Integrated switch saves PCB space
Avago Technologies has launched a new set of high-power switch and low noise amplifier modules for TD-SCDMA and TD-LTE base transceiver station applications.
2007-02-19 Infineon claims 'first' silicon-based LNAs
Infineon claims it is the first semiconductor company to release a commercial silicon-based LNA with performance superior to that of more expensive GaAs-based devices.
2000-06-09 HBT Technology Adds Power to CDMA Chipset
This technical note discusses a four-device chipset that provides an effective bandwidth utilization and low operating power for CDMA applications. The chipset includes the RF9906 LNA/mixer, the RF9908 upconverter, and the RF9907 and RF9909 AGC amplifier ICs.
2005-08-16 GPS low-noise amplifier design made easy with MMIC
Learn the possible ways of putting MMIC-based GPS low-noise amplifier designs under software control
2011-12-22 GPS LNAs offer 0.75dB noise figure
The BGU700x / BGU8007 LNAs deliver improvement of 10dB or better IP3 under -40dBm to -20dBm jamming conditions.
2010-04-07 GPS front-ends pack high-rejection FBAR filters
Avago Technologies has released the ALM-2712 front-end module, which integrates pre- and post-high rejection FBAR filters to provide low insertion loss in GPS band frequencies
2010-07-05 GaAs MMICs enable signal pre-amplification
Freescale Semiconductor's ultralow-noise GaAs chips promise enable pre-amplification of radio signals without also magnifying noise.
2003-07-01 Designing low-cost CDMA front-end receivers
The constant pressure on RF design engineers to come up with low-cost RF solutions are remedied by RF Micro Devices' RF2870 small CDMA LNA/Mixer.
2007-12-17 Dealing with interference in GPS-enabled apps
The integration of a GPS receiver into a handset can create a simultaneous-GPS application where the GPS receiver is used together with other wireless communication systems from various frequency bands.
2005-03-01 CMOS transceiver key component for next-gen cellphones
Take a closer look at a commercial CMOS transceiver and the viability it offers for high-volume wireless products.
2008-08-01 Chips work on improving GPS signal levels
As mobile handset providers include GPS functionality into their phones at more promising levels, attention is turning to the design and drop-in capability of its functions. Although presently much attention has been directed toward GPS DSPs, they are only part of the GPS success story.
2013-11-21 BGU8009 matching options for jammer immunity
Here's an alternative input matching option for the BGU8009 GNSS LNA.
2002-12-19 BGA2022, RX mixer 880, 1950 and 2450 MHz
This application note describes three demo boards on which the BGA2022 has been applied as a down-mixer.
2011-11-03 ANC ICs aimed for wired/wireless headsets
austriamicrosystems' ICs tout 20 percent longer battery life and 10dB positive SNR.
2012-06-25 Amplifiers target wireless, portable designs
Avago's high-gain and high-linearity power amplifiers, ultralow-noise amplifiers and a combo GPS filter-LNA module simplify system design of small cell base stations, macrocells and GPS systems.
2001-04-03 900MHz low-noise amplifier with the BFG480W
This application note presents an example of a 900MHz low-noise amplifier (LNA) using Philips Semiconductors' BFG480W double poly-silicon wideband transistor.
2002-11-26 900MHz amplifier with the BFG403W
This application note contains an example of a low noise amplifier with the BFG403W double poly rf transistor.
2001-04-03 400MHz low-noise amplifier with the BFG540W/X
This application note presents an example of a 400MHz low-noise amplifier (LNA) using the BFG540W/X silicon wideband transistor for CDMA mode of operation.
2002-11-26 2GHz low noise amplifier with the BFG425W
This application note contains an example of a low noise amplifier with the BFG425W double poly RF transistor.
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