Qorvo QPF4750

QPF4750 Front End Module by Qorvo

QPF4750 Front End Module by Qorvo

The QPF4750 from Qorvo is a Wi-Fi 6E (802.11ax) Front-End Module (FEM) that operates from 5 to 7 GHz. It integrates a power amplifier (PA), a single pole two-throw (SP2T) switch, and a bypassable low noise amplifier (LNA) into a single device. This FEM implements very wideband amplifier technology to create an easier to use and extremely compact solution for Wi-Fi applications that operate on any channel within U-NII1-8s 2 GHz of bandwidth.

On the Tx side, it delivers an output power of 20 dBm with a gain of 32 dB while on the Rx side, it provides a gain of 14 dB and has a noise figure of 2 dB.  The receive path of this module matches the optimal technologies to maximize receive sensitivity through noise figure performance that is consistent over a wide variety of conditions. It has integrated die-level filtering for second and third harmonics as well as 2.4 GHz rejection for DBDC operation. This module requires a DC supply of 5 V and consumes 25 mA (Rx) of current. It is available in a laminate package that measures 3.0 x 3.0 mm. The Front-end module is ideal for access points, wireless routers, IoT, customer premise equipments, and set-top box applications.

Product Details

  • Part Number: QPF4750
  • Manufacturer: Qorvo
  • Description: Wi-Fi 6E (802.11ax) Front-End Module for Access Point Applications

General Parameters

  • Type: Transmit / Receive Module
  • Configuration: Coupler, Low Noise Amplifier, Power Amplifier, Power Detector, Switch
  • Switch Configuration: SPDT
  • Application Industry: Premise Equipment, Set Top Boxes Customer
  • Application: Access Points, IoT, Wireless Routers
  • Wireless Standard: 802.11 ax
  • Bands: C Band
  • Frequency: 5000 to 7000 MHz
  • Tx Power: 15 to 18 dBm
  • Tx Gain: 32 dB
  • Voltage: 5 V
  • Rx Gain: 14 dB
  • Rx Noise Figure: 2 dB
  • Rx Current: 25 mA
  • Package Type: Surface Mount
  • Package: Laminate
  • Dimensions: 3 x 3 mm
  • Note: Bypass Loss: 7.5 dB

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