Qorvo’s New Products Announcement

Announcing the latest additions to Qorvo’s innovative RF portfolio of amplifiers and integrated switch-LNA modules, which serve a range of base station applications including massive MIMO, small cells and wireless infrastructure. These high-performance solutions simplify RF for designers worldwide and are available at Qorvo’s authorized channel partners.

2.3-2.7GHz Dual-Channel Switch-LNA Module
  • Combines 2 LNAs + high-power switch per channel
  • Power handling: 10W Pavg
  • NF: 1.3dB
  • Gain: 30.5dB
  • 5x5mm package
  • Ideal for massive MIMO base stations
  • ECCN: 5A991.g

Additional Information: QPB9318

Related News: Qorvo Delivers Highly Integrated Solution for Pre-5G Massive MIMO Networks


5GHz LTE-U / LAA Power Amplifier for Small Cells

  • Frequency: 5.1-5.9GHz
  • Fully integrated PA with power detector
  • ACLR: -47dBc at 23dBm
  • Gain: 32dB
  • 4x4mm package
  • Ideal for small cell infrastructure
  • ECCN: 5A991.b

Additional Information: QPA9501


1.8-2.4GHz Linear Driver Amplifier for Wireless Infrastructure

  • Balanced amp with 3dB hybrids
  • Excellent gain flatness
  • Gain: 20dB
  • P1dB: +26.4dBm
  • 4x4mm package
  • Ideal for wireless infrastructure
  • ECCN: 5A991.b

Additional Information: QPA9801


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