XAL7050

Coilcraft Shielded Power Inductors – XAL7050

Courtesy of Coilcraft : Shielded Power Inductors – XAL7050

New Coilcraft XAL7050 Series High Inductance Power Inductors. With up to 47 µH inductance, current ratings up to 5.5 Amps, low DCR, & soft saturation, they’re perfect for VRM/VRD applications!

  • High current and very low DCR
  • Soft saturation makes them ideal for VRM/VRD applications.
  • AEC-Q200 Grade 1 qualified (–40°C to +125°C ambient)

Core material Composite

Environmental RoHS compliant, halogen free

Terminations RoHS compliant tin-silver (96.5/3.5) over copper. Other terminations available at additional cost.

Weight 1.50 – 1.55 g

Operating voltage: 0 – 55 V

Ambient temperature –40°C to +125°C with (40°C rise) Irms current.

Maximum part temperature +165°C (ambient + temp rise). Derating.

Storage temperature Component: –55°C to +165°C. Tape and reel packaging: –55°C to +80°C

Resistance to soldering heat Max three 40 second reflows at +260°C, parts cooled to room temperature between cycles

Moisture Sensitivity Level (MSL) 1 (unlimited floor life at 85% relative humidity)

Failures in Time (FIT) / Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF) 38 per billion hours / 26,315,789 hours, calculated per Telcordia SR-332

Packaging 250/7″ reel, 1000/13″ reel Plastic tape: 16 mm wide, 0.40 mm thick, 12 mm pocket spacing, 5.21 mm pocket depth

PCB washing Tested to MIL-STD-202 Method 215 plus an additional aqueous wash

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Bluetooth Low Energy connected ski boot integrates motion sensors

Bluetooth Low Energy connected ski boot integrates multiple force and motion sensors to help skiers improve balance, control, and technique

Courtesy of Nordic Semiconductor : Bluetooth Low Energy connected ski boot integrates multiple force and motion sensors to help skiers improve balance, control, and technique

Atomic’s Hawx Connected ski boot employs Nordic nRF52832 WL-CSP SoC to run complex sensor algorithms and wirelessly report skiing performance metrics via smartphone app

Nordic Semiconductor today announces that Altenmarkt, Austria-based ski equipment manufacturer, Atomic, has released its ‘Hawx Connected’ ski boot, employing Nordic’s nRF52832 System-on-Chip (SoC). The tiny Wafer Level Chip Scale Package (WL-CSP) SoC functions as the main microcontroller for the ski boot, as well as providing it with Bluetooth® Low Energy (Bluetooth LE) wireless connectivity.

Based on sister company Suunto’s ‘Movesense’ platform—an open environment for developers of wireless motion sensing solutions incorporating a nine-axis Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU)—the Hawx Connected ski boot provides the user with direct sensory feedback while skiing. Eight force sensors measure pressure at key contact points in the boot liner, while the IMU’s accelerometer and gyroscope detect the orientation of the boot to detect turns and edging angles. Once paired with the user’s Bluetooth 4.0 (and later) smartphone using Bluetooth LE wireless connectivity provided by the Nordic SoC, a skier can from the ‘Atomic CTD’ app get in-depth performance analysis such as balance and edging, turn count, and G-force, to help them refine their balance, pressure control, and edging technique. The app also enables users to set goals, challenge friends, and compare their performance data against professional athletes.

The nRF52832 SoC’s powerful 64MHz, 32-bit Arm® Cortex® M4F processor acts as the main controller for the Hawx Connected ski boot, providing ample computational capacity to run the complex sensor algorithms as well as provide low latency Bluetooth LE wireless connectivity.

The availability of the nRF52832 SoC in a WL-CSP was hugely important for us due to the size constraints we were facing – Jussi Kaasinen, Suunto

The Hawx Connected ski boot employs a Li-Poly battery that provides up to 4.5 days of operation in typical usage between recharge, thanks in part to the ultra low power consumption of the nRF52832 SoC. The nRF52832 SoC has been engineered to minimize power consumption with features such as the 2.4GHz radio’s 5.5mA peak RX/TX currents and a fully-automatic power management system that reduces power consumption by up to 80 percent compared with Nordic’s nRF51 Series SoCs. The result is a Bluetooth LE solution which offers 58 CoreMark/mA, up to twice as power efficient as competing devices.

The nRF52832 WL-CSP SoC measures just 3.0 by 3.2mm while offering all the features of the conventionally-packaged chip. Nordic’s nRF52832 multiprotocol SoC combines the Arm processor with a 2.4GHz multiprotocol radio (supporting Bluetooth 5, ANT™, and proprietary 2.4GHz RF protocol software) featuring -96-dB RX sensitivity, with 512kB Flash memory and 64kB RAM. The SoC is supplied with Nordic’s S132 SoftDevice, a Bluetooth 5-certifed RF software protocol stack for building advanced Bluetooth LE applications. The S132 SoftDevice features Central, Peripheral, Broadcaster and Observer Bluetooth LE roles, supports up to twenty connections, and enables concurrent role operation. Nordic’s software architecture includes a clear separation between the RF protocol software and the application code, delivering flexibility and reliability to application software development.

“The availability of the nRF52832 SoC in a WL-CSP was hugely important for us due to the size constraints we were facing,” says Jussi Kaasinen, General Manager/Emerging Businesses Unit, Suunto. “On the other hand, the Arm M4F processor was essential for running our cutting edge signal processing algorithms.”

“We also have a long and excellent working relationship with Nordic. Fast turnaround time on our technical questions meant we knew we would always have first-hand expertise available to us if needed.”

4209 Series Programmable Attenuators

API Weinschel’s 4209 Series Programmable Attenuators are available in 31.5 and 63 dB attenuation ranges with 0.5 dB step resolution. Learn More: https://lnkd.in/eACPZFh

Features

• Ideal for Automated Test Equipment (ATE), 2G/3G/4G LTE/5G fading
simulators, MIMO, WiMAX, WiFi, engineering/production test lab environments
• Excellent solid-state repeatability and performance
• Uninterrupted RF when changing attenuation values
• Extremely fast attenuation switching and very fine attenuation step resolution

Description

API Weinschel’s new 4209 Series of Solid-State Programmable Attenuators operate over the 0.1 to 40 GHz frequency range and are available in an attenuation range of 0 to 31.5 dB in 0.5 dB steps. These units can be controlled using parallel (TTL compatible), I2C, SPI, UART, or USB interfaces

NINA-W13 series RF Module by u-blox AG

NINA-W13 series RF Module by u-blox AG

Courtesy of u-blox : NINA-W13 series RF Module by u-blox AG

The NINA-W13 series from u-blox are stand-alone Wi-Fi modules for 802.11b/g/n applications in the 2.4 GHz ISM band. These modules are available with u-blox connectivity software pre-flashed at delivery. The modules have many security features embedded in them, including secure boot, which ensures that only authenticated software can run on the module. The NINA-W13 series is available in two variants – NINA-W131 (with antenna pin) and NINA-W132 (with internal antenna). They are ideal for IoT, telematics, industrial automation, connected buildings, wireless sensors, point-of-sales, and medical devices applications.

The NINA-W13 modules are assessed to comply with RED and are certified in the following countries: US (FCC), Canada (IC/ISED RSS), Japan (MIC), Taiwan (NCC), South Korea (KCC), Australia/New Zealand (ACMA)1, Brazil (Anatel)1, South Africa (ICASA)1. The modules will be qualified according to ISO 16750 for professional grade operation, supporting an extended temperature range of –40 °C to +85 °C.

Product Details

    • Part Number : NINA-W13 series
    • Manufacturer : u-blox AG
    • Description : Ultra-Compact Stand-Alone Wi-Fi Modules

General Parameters

    • Technology : WiFi
    • Frequency : 2400 to 2483 MHz
    • WiFi Standards : 802.11 b/g/n
    • Data Rate : 0.2 to 20 Mbps
    • Supply Voltage : 3 to 3.6 V
    • Output Power : 19 dBm
    • Sensitivity : -96 dBm (WiFi), -88 dBm(Bluetooth)
    • Integrated Antenna : Yes
    • Interface Type : UART, RMII, GPIO
    • Weight : 1 g
    • Dimension : 10 x 10.6 x 2.2 / 10 x 14.0 x 3.8 mm
    • Operating Temperature : -40 to 85 Degrees C
    • Storage Temperature : -40 to 85 Degrees C
The Making of Low PIM Coaxial Cable Assemblies

The Making of Low PIM Coaxial Cable Assemblies

Courtesy of Pasternack : The Making of Low PIM Coaxial Cable Assemblies

With the growing number of distributed antenna system (DAS) and small cell installations, low passive-intermodulation distortion (PIM) interconnect and components have gained popularity. Modern complex multi-carrier communication systems, such as DAS and small cells, are now incredibly wide-band and support a plethora of wireless standards, such as WiFi, cellular, military, government, public safety, and emergency bands. Any there is only an expanding number of sub-6 GHz wireless standards and technologies, including Internet-of-Things (IoT) devices, new 5G-NR sub-6 Ghz services, TV white space (TVWS) devices, and more. Many of these standards cover frequencies that if mixed by passive means, would cause distortion in any of other bands. The greater the bandwidth of a system, the more potential for PIM distortions to cause reduced throughput, loss of service, and even system failures.

Hence, low PIM coaxial cable assemblies comprised of both low PIM cable and low PIM connectors are being employed more often as jumpers and interconnect between wireless system components. The value of low PIM cable assemblies is that they are tested, and hopefully certified, for low PIM operation. If installed correctly in a system that is also otherwise designed for low PIM performance, these interconnect shouldn’t add any significant PIM and mitigate the distortion that would normally be contributed by cables with a higher PIM rating.

The construction of a low PIM cable assembly typically involves three main parts, the two end connectors and the coaxial cable itself. Each of the end connectors–commonly DIN 7/16, 4.3-10, Type N, and 4.1/9.5 for communication system applications–should be low PIM rated and include hardware to attach to the coaxial cable that also facilitates a low PIM installation. As any additional connections could lead to an increased level in system PIM, connectors should be chosen that eliminate the need for adapters at either end. This may require male to male or male to female connectors, or a different connector type and gender on each end. Cable assemblies with different connector types are commonly known as between series, where cable assemblies with the same connector type are known as in-series. Moreover, right-angle adapters are often used in confined and difficult installation situations. However, using low PIM and right-angle connectors for the cable assembly could lead to better PIM performance than relying on additional right-angle adapters.

The coaxial cable should also be low PIM rated, and also satisfy building code requirements. For building code, UL910 ratings for plenum coaxial cables meet most building code requirements. Often low PIM coaxial cables are made of solid inner and outer conductors, as solid conductors tend to perform better in low PIM applications than braided. As solid conductors are less flexible, is it also common to have corrugated outer conductors to enable some flexibility and ease installation. A solid outer conductor also provides better shielding than braided conductors, which could be useful in installations with a dense number of services and connections and nearby transmitters.

Lastly, the assembly of the complete cable needs to be done in a way that ensure low PIM operation, and testing is also necessary to ensure that any manufacturing defects in any of the components or assembly process don’t produce a failing unit. Having the PIM performance listed on the cable can make installation much easier when evaluating the overall system’s PIM performance, especially during troubleshooting.

To learn more about Pasternack’s Low PIM interconnect visit:

Pasternack’s Low PIM Plenum Rated Custom Cable Assemblies

Pasternack’s Low PIM Adapters

Pasternack’s Low PIM Coaxial Connectors

Pasternack’s Low PIM Coaxial Cable Jumpers

Pasternack’s Low PIM Cable Jumpers with Formable Coax

The u-blox NINA series of wireless modules enables the SolidSense N6 Edge Gateway

The u-blox NINA series of wireless modules enables the SolidSense N6 Edge Gateway and a range of Single-Board Computers targeting the IoT

Courtesy of u-blox : NINA series of wireless modules enables the SolidSense N6 Edge Gateway and a range of Single-Board Computers targeting the IoT

Thalwil, Switzerland – March 12, 2019 – u-blox (SIX:UBXN), a global provider of leading positioning and wireless communication technologies, and SolidRun, a leader in embedded systems and networking solutions, are pleased to announce their collaboration on a new range of connectivity products for the IoT, including turnkey IoT Edge Gateways for indoor and outdoor use, Single‑Board Computers (SBCs) and System‑on‑Modules (SOMs).

Each of the new solutions incorporate a u-blox NINA stand‑alone single-, dual- or multi‑radio module, providing the connectivity required by IoT applications in a small, low power and fully certified format. During Embedded World 2019, SolidRun formally introduced its latest product: the SolidSense N6 Edge Gateway, an enterprise‑grade IoT M2M gateway designed to manage a local network of IoT endpoints. The N6 Edge Gateway is a fully enclosed fan‑less design in configurations suitable for either indoor or outdoor installation, making it simpler than ever to introduce Internet connectivity in a distributed network of smart sensors and actuators.

The gateways and SBCs from SolidRun feature Wi‑Fi and Bluetooth® Personal Area Networking, Wirepas® Mesh, cellular connectivity, as well as USB and a 10/100/1000 wired Ethernet interface. They are powered by the NXP’s i.MX6 ARM® Cortex™-A9 processor in either a single-, dual- or quad‑core configuration (depending on the application’s needs) and also integrate up to 2GB of DDR3 memory.

“Our new N6 Edge Gateway represents a total turnkey solution to IoT connectivity,” commented Dr Atai Ziv, CEO, SolidRun. “We decided to work with u‑blox because the NINA series of short‑range radio modules exactly meet the needs of our target market, offering the flexibility and ease of integration needed for the target application areas. The fact that they are provided pre‑certified has enabled us to reduce our product development cycle, which has been instrumental in bringing our new products to market on time and on budget.”

 

About u‑blox

u‑blox (SIX:UBXN) is a global provider of leading positioning and wireless communication technologies for the automotive, industrial, and consumer markets. Their solutions let people, vehicles, and machines determine their precise position and communicate wirelessly over cellular and short‑range networks. With a broad portfolio of chips, modules, and a growing ecosystem of product supporting data services, u‑blox is uniquely positioned to empower its customers to develop innovative solutions for the Internet of Things, quickly and cost‑effectively. With headquarters in Thalwil, Switzerland, the company is globally present with offices in Europe, Asia, and the USA.

(www.u‑blox.com)

Find us on FacebookLinkedIn, Twitter @ublox and YouTube

u‑blox media contact:
Natacha Seitz
PR Manager
Mobile +41 76 436 0788
natacha.seitz@u-blox.com

 

About SolidRun

SolidRun is a global leading developer of embedded systems and network solutions, focused on a wide range of energy‑efficient, powerful and flexible products. Our innovative compact embedded solutions are based on ARM® and x86 architecture, and offer a variety of platforms including SOMs (System‑on‑Module), SBCs (Single Board Computer) and industrial mini PCs.

We offer a one‑stop‑shop for developers and OEMs, providing a complete service from hardware customisation, to software support and even product branding and enclosure design. Our mission is to simplify application development while overcoming deployment challenges, and so we can proudly offer our customers faster time‑to‑market and lower costs.

(www.solid‑run.com)

SolidRun contact:
Jake Jones
Marketing Director
7 HaMada St., Yokneam Illit
Isreal
Jake@solid-run.com

Wirelessly connected interactive puzzle cube tracks and records user’s cube manipulations enabling online ‘battles’ and mini games

Courtesy of Nordic Semiconductor : Wirelessly connected interactive puzzle cube tracks and records user’s cube manipulations enabling online ‘battles’ and mini games

GiiKER’s ‘SUPERCUBE i3’ employs Nordic nRF51 Series SoC to deliver low latency Bluetooth Low Energy connectivity to smartphones and tablets

Nordic Semiconductor today announces that GiiKER, a China-based smart toy developer, has selected Nordic’s Bluetooth® Low Energy (Bluetooth LE) nRF51 Series System-on-Chip (SoC) to provide the wireless connectivity for its ‘SUPERCUBE i3’ connected puzzle cube.

Unlike traditional puzzle cubes, the SUPERCUBE i3 provides a wide range of interactive gameplay, not only helping users learn how to solve the cube, but also enabling them to connect and compete with other players online. The cube employs customized rotation sensors on each of its central pieces to capture each layer movement, as well as a three-axis accelerometer in the core to track and record overall cube manipulation. The cube also integrates Nordic’s nRF51 Series SoC to provide low latency Bluetooth LE wireless connectivity to the user’s Bluetooth 4.0 (and later) smartphone or tablet.

During gameplay, data is wirelessly synced to the user’s smartphone or tablet, from where the iOS and Android ‘SUPERCUBE’ app enables the user to see a ‘live’ representation of their cube, review advanced statistics—including how long it has taken to solve—as well as play mini-games or an online ‘battle’ against other users. The app also features an interactive tutorial for beginners.

Nordic’s comprehensive SDK [Software Development Kit] examples, standardized application code, and easy-to-use technical documentation made it simple for our developers

Echo Mai, GiiKER

The SUPERCUBE i3 employs a 40mAh rechargeable lithium battery, providing up to 40 hours play time between recharge, thanks in part to the ultra low power characteristics of the Nordic SoC. The puzzle cube is recharged via a micro USB interface.

Nordic’s nRF51 Series is a family of flexible multiprotocol SoCs ideally suited for Bluetooth LE and 2.4GHz proprietary ultra low-power wireless applications. The nRF51 Series SoCs are built around a 32-bit ARM® Cortex™ M0 CPU, 2.4GHz multiprotocol radio, and 256kB/128kB Flash and 32kB/16kB RAM. The SoCs’ ample Flash memory allocation supports over-the-air device firmware updates (OTA-DFU), allowing manufacturers to upgrade software over the wireless link once the product is in the field. The SoCs are supplied with Nordic’s S130 SoftDevice, a Bluetooth 4.2 qualified concurrent multilink protocol stack solution supporting simultaneous Central/Peripheral/Broadcaster/Observer role connections.

“Price and availability were important factors in our decision to use the nRF51 Series SoC,” says Echo Mai, GiiKER Co-founder and CMO. “The powerful Arm CPU and the chip’s low power consumption were other factors influencing our decision.

“Nordic’s comprehensive SDK [Software Development Kit] examples, standardized application code, and easy-to-use technical documentation made it simple for our developers and helped accelerate the design process.”

Bluetooth Low Energy smart lock enables secure, wireless locking and unlocking of windows and patio doors

Courtesy of Nordic Semiconductor : Bluetooth Low Energy smart lock enables secure, wireless locking and unlocking of windows and patio doors

The Secuyou Smart Lock employs Nordic’s nRF52832 SoC for encrypted wireless activation and deactivation of lock via Bluetooth LE link to user’s smartphone

Nordic Semiconductor today announces that Secuyou, a Copenhagen, Denmark-based technology company, has selected Nordic’s nRF52832 Bluetooth® Low Energy (Bluetooth LE) System-on-Chip (SoC) for its ‘Secuyou Smart Lock’, a Bluetooth LE remote controlled security solution designed to conveniently lock and unlock windows and patio doors in a home or office building.

The Smart Lock can be mounted in place of any existing window or patio door lock, and once paired with a Bluetooth 4.0 (and later) smartphone—using Bluetooth LE wireless connectivity provided by the Nordic SoC—the user is prompted to set a unique PIN for each device in operation from Secuyou’s iOS-compatible smartphone app. From the app the user is also able to name individual locks, delete locks, look up the PIN to share it with a trusted person who has downloaded the app, and view the status of the lock handle position, the device battery, and the Bluetooth LE connection.

When the user’s smartphone is within range of the Secuyou Smart Lock, the pincode is automatically and securely exchanged between the lock and the smartphone using the nRF52832 SoC’s advanced 128-bit AES encryption, enabling the user to unlock the window or door by pressing a button on the device once the secure connection has been established. The lock will automatically activate when the user exits the building with their smartphone, or when the Bluetooth LE connection is broken.

The excellent support from Nordic’s development team has also been critical to the smooth development of our company and product – Jens Albertsen, Secuyou

The Nordic nRF52832 SoC features a 64MHz, 32-bit Arm® Cortex® M4F processor with 512kB Flash memory and 64kB RAM, that functions as the device’s CPU and provides the computational power to rapidly decrypt the PIN data from the user’s smartphone. The SoC’s low latency Bluetooth LE connection then ensures the door or window unlocks as soon as the user presses the button on the device. The M4F processor is also responsible for controlling the locking and unlocking process and measuring the open/closed position of the lock handle.

Nordic’s nRF52832 multiprotocol SoC combines the M4F processor with a 2.4GHz multiprotocol radio (supporting Bluetooth 5, ANT™, and proprietary 2.4GHz RF protocol software) featuring -96-dB RX sensitivity. The SoC is supplied with Nordic’s S132 SoftDevice, a Bluetooth 5-certifed RF software protocol stack for building advanced Bluetooth LE applications. Nordic’s unique software architecture provides a clear separation between the RF protocol software and Secuyou’s application code, simplifying the development and testing process and ensuring the SoftDevice doesn’t become corrupted when developing, compiling, testing, and verifying application code. The S132 SoftDevice features Central, Peripheral, Broadcaster and Observer Bluetooth LE roles, supports up to twenty connections, and enables concurrent role operation.

The Secuyou Smart Lock requires two AAA batteries providing a lifetime of up to two years or more depending on the number of uses per day, thanks in part to the low power consumption of the nRF52832 SoC. The nRF52832 SoC has been engineered to minimize power consumption with features such as the 2.4GHz radio’s 5.5mA peak RX/TX currents and a fully-automatic power management system that reduces power consumption by up to 80 percent compared with Nordic’s nRF51 Series SoCs. The result is a Bluetooth LE solution which offers 58 CoreMark/mA, up to twice as power efficient as competing devices.

“The most important factors in our decision to select Nordic’s nRF52832 SoC for the Secuyou Smart Lock were the capabilities of the SoftDevice, its superior power consumption, and the availability of application examples and the Nordic Software Development Kit, that aided faster development and delivery to market,” says Jens Albertsen, Owner of Secuyou.

“The excellent support from Nordic’s development team has also been critical to the smooth development of our company and product.”

Coilcraft to Introduce a New Generation of Molded Power Inductors at APEC 2019

Coilcraft to Introduce a New Generation of Molded Power Inductors at APEC 2019

Courtesy of Coilcraft : New Generation of Molded Power Inductors at APEC 2019

Cary, IL, USA — Coilcraft will introduce its new XGL4020 Series of high-performance, molded power inductors at the upcoming Applied Power Electronics Conference (APEC), March 17-21 in Anaheim, CA. The XGL4020 features the industry’s lowest DC losses and extremely low AC losses for a wide range of DC-DC converters (from hundreds kHz up to 5+ MHz). Additional performance improvements include a wider range of inductance values and improved Irms current ratings.

The XGL4020 is available in twelve inductance values from 0.33 to 8.2 µH, with current ratings up to 15.2 Amps and soft saturation characteristics. It offers the lowest DC resistance currently available in the market – up to 45% lower than Coilcraft’s next lowest soft-saturation products. The lower DCR and higher Irms also allow the XGL4020 to operate much cooler than other components.

XGL4020 Series inductors are qualified to AEC-Q200 Grade 1 standards (-40° to +125°C ambient) with a maximum part temperature of +165°C and exhibit no thermal aging issues, making them suitable for automotive and other harsh-environment applications. They feature RoHS-compliant, tin-silver-over-copper terminations and are halogen free. Their composite construction also minimizes audible buzzing.

The composite construction of both products results in soft saturation characteristics, allowing them to withstand high current spikes. They exhibit no thermal aging issues, and their construction also minimizes audible buzzing.

As with all Coilcraft parts, free evaluation samples of the XGL4020 Series are available online at www.coilcraft.com. For more information, contact Len Crane, +1-847-639-6400, lcrane@coilcraft.com.

About Coilcraft

Headquartered outside of Chicago in Cary, Illinois, Coilcraft is a leading global supplier of magnetic components including high performance RF chip inductors, power magnetics and filters. In addition to a large selection of standard components, Coilcraft also designs and builds custom magnetics to fit a customer’s exact electrical requirements.

Engineers and buyers consider Coilcraft a preferred supplier because of its reputation for quality, reliable delivery, engineering support and the superior performance of our products. In independent surveys, engineers consistently rank Coilcraft the number one magnetics company they would recommend to a friend.

Coilcraft
1102 Silver Lake Road
Cary, IL 60013 USA
+1-847-639-6400
Fax +1-847-639-1469

Qorvo QPQ1270

QPQ1270 RF Duplexer by Qorvo

Courtesy of everything RF : QPQ1270 RF Duplexer by Qorvo

The QPQ1270 from Qorvo is a RF Duplexer with Frequency 2500-2570 MHz / 2620-2690 MHz, Band 1 2500 to 2570 MHz, Band 2 2620 to 2690 MHz, Power 1 W, Insertion Loss 2.4 dB. Tags: Surface Mount. More details for QPQ1270 can be seen below.

Product Details

    • Part Number : QPQ1270
    • Manufacturer : Qorvo
    • Description : LTE Band 7 Baw Duplexer

General Parameters

    • Frequency : 2500-2570 MHz / 2620-2690 MHz
    • Band 1 : 2500 to 2570 MHz
    • Band 2 : 2620 to 2690 MHz
    • Power : 1 W
    • Insertion Loss : 2.4 dB
    • Isolation : 54 to 61 dB
    • Attenuation : 10 to 58 dB
    • Return Loss : 8.3 to 12.2
    • Application : Base Station, Cellular, Repeaters
    • Package Type : Surface Mount
    • package : 9-pin SMP
    • Dimension : 2.00 mm x 2.50 mm x 1.015 mm
    • Operating temperature : -40 to 105 Degrees C
    • Storage temperature : -40 to 125 Degrees C