Qorvo New GaN PAs and Wi-Fi bandBoost Filters for Defense, Wi-Fi and IoT Systems

Qorvo New GaN PAs and Wi-Fi bandBoost Filters for Defense, Wi-Fi and IoT Systems

Announcing the latest additions to Qorvo’s innovative RF portfolio of GaN power amplifiers and bandBoost™ Wi-Fi filters, which serve a wide range of radar, EW, military communications, Wi-Fi and IoT access point applications. These high-performance solutions simplify RF for designers worldwide and are available at Qorvo’s authorized channel partners.

8.5 – 10.5GHz 2W GaN Power Amplifier

QPA2610 Features

  • PSAT: 33dBm
  • PAE: 47%
  • Large signal gain: 23dB
  • 5x5mm QFN package
  • Ideal for radar, EW and communications

Additional information:

QPA2610

 

8 – 12GHz 5W GaN Power Amplifier

QPA2611 Features 

  • PSAT: 37dBm
  • PAE: 42%
  • Large signal gain: 26dB
  • 5x5mm QFN package
  • Ideal for radar, EW and communications

Additional information:

QPA2611

 

8 – 12GHz 12W GaN Power Amplifier

QPA2612 Features 

  • PSAT: 41dBm
  • PAE: 40%
  • Large signal gain: 23dB
  • 5x5mm QFN package
  • Ideal for radar, EW and communications

Additional information:

QPA2612

 

2.4GHz Wi-Fi IoT bandBoost™ Filters

QPQ1905 Features 

  • Complementary passbands enable two simultaneous Wi-Fi channels in 2.4GHz
  • High rejection in Wi-Fi Channels 10-11
  • Alternate use case to enable Wi-Fi and IoT simultaneously
  • Extended temperature performance from 0 to +90°C
  • 1.6x2mm laminate package
  • Ideal for IoT access points

QPQ1906 Features

  • Complementary passbands enable two simultaneous Wi-Fi channels in 2.4GHz
  • High rejection in Wi-Fi Channels 1-2
  • Alternate use case to enable Wi-Fi and IoT simultaneously
  • Extended temperature performance from 0 to +90°C
  • 1.6x2mm laminate package
  • Ideal for IoT access points

 

Additional information:

QPQ1905

QPQ1906

 

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