QPA2213D RF Amplifier by Qorvo

QPA2213D RF Amplifier by Qorvo

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The QPA2213D is a wide band GaN driver amplifier MMIC that operates from 2 to 20 GHz. This amplifier provides over 2 watts of saturated power with a gain of 16 dB and PAE of 23%. It has DC blocking capacitors on both RF ports, which are matched to 50 ohms. The amplifier is ideal for both commercial and military wide band systems.

This amplifier has been fabricated on Qorvo’s production 0.15 um GaN on SiC process (QGaN15) and is available as a die that measures 2.75 x 2.75 x 0.10 mm.

Product Details

    • Part Number : QPA2213D
    • Manufacturer : Qorvo
    • Description : 2 W GaN Amplifier Die from 2 to 20 GHz

General Parameters

    • Type : Power Amplifier
    • Configuration : Die
    • Industry Application : Military, Radar
    • Frequency : 2 to 20 GHz
    • Gain : 18 dB
    • Noise Figure : 4 dB
    • Saturated Power : 2.5 W
    • Impedance : 50 Ohms
    • Sub-Category : GaN Amplifier
    • Input Return Loss : 14 to 19 dB
    • Output Return Loss : 7 to 20 dB
    • Supply Voltage : 18 V
    • Package Type : Chip
    • Dimensions : 2.75 x 2.75 x 0.10 mm
    • Operating Temperature : -40 to 85 Degrees C
    • Storage Temperature : -55 to 125 Degrees C
  • RoHS : Yes
QPQ1907 Band Pass Filter by Qorvo

QPQ1907 Band Pass Filter by Qorvo

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The QPQ1907 from Qorvo is a 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi/BT/LTE Co-Existence BAW Band-Pass Filter. It has extremely steep skirts, simultaneously exhibiting low loss in the Wi-Fi band and high rejection near and in the 2.6 GHz bands. The filter can handle an input power of up to 28 dBm and operates over an extended temperature range from -20 to 95 degree Celcius.

The QPQ1907 is available in a 1.4 x 1.2 x 0.915 mm package and is ideal for IoT, Wireless Routers, Distributed or Mesh Wi-Fi and IEEE 802.11b/g/n/ac/ax WLAN Applications..

Product Details

    • Part Number : QPQ1907
    • Manufacturer : Qorvo
    • Description : 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi / BT / LTE Co-Existence BAW Filter

General Parameters

    • Type : BAW Filter
    • Application Industry : Wireless Infrastructure, Wireless Communication
    • Application : WiFi, Small Cell
    • Frequency : 2402.5 to 2481.5 MHz
    • Insertion Loss : 0.7 to 2.2 dB
    • Rejection : 7 to 61 dB
    • Power : 1 W
    • VSWR : 1.5:1, 1.8:1
    • Package Type : Surface Mount
    • Dimension : 1.4 x 1.2 x 0.915 mm
    • Operating_Temperature : -40 to 105 Degrees C
    • Storage_Temperature : -40 to 125 Degrees C
QPA1019 RF Amplifier

QPA1019 RF Amplifier by Qorvo

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The QPA1019 from Qorvo is a RF Amplifier with Frequency 4.5 to 7GHz, Small Signal Gain 30 dB, Saturated Power 10 W, PAE 40 %, Supply Voltage 22 V. Tags: Surface Mount, Power Amplifier. More details for QPA1019 can be seen below.

Product Details

    • Part Number : QPA1019
    • Manufacturer : Qorvo
    • Description : 10 Watt GaN Power Amplifier from 4.5 to 7 GHz

General Parameters

    • Type : Power Amplifier
    • Configuration : IC/MMIC/SMT
    • Industry Application : Radar, SATCOM
    • Frequency : 4.5 to 7GHz
    • Small Signal Gain : 30 dB
    • Saturated Power : 10 W
    • PAE : 40 %
    • Impedance : 50 Ohms
    • Sub-Category : GaN Amplifier
    • Supply Voltage : 22 V
    • Package Type : Surface Mount
    • Dimensions : 5.0 x 5.0 x 0.85 mm
    • Operating Temperature : -40 to 85 Degrees C
    • Storage Temperature : -55 to 150 Degrees C
Qorvo® Module Enables Cellular Vehicle-to-Everything Trials by Major Automakers

Qorvo® Module Enables Cellular Vehicle-to-Everything Trials by Major Automakers

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GREENSBORO, NC – January 2, 2019 – Qorvo® (Nasdaq:QRVO), a leading provider of innovative RF solutions that connect the world, is playing a key role in global field trials of cellular vehicle-to-everything (C-V2X) applications through a powerful front-end module (FEM), a key part of the Qualcomm 9150 chipset reference design. The superior linear output power and thermal management of the Qorvo FEM are essential to supporting the direct, real-time wireless safety communication system between vehicles, bicycles, pedestrians and infrastructure. C-V2X technology is a natural evolution toward the low latency and high bandwidth benefits of 5G for automotive applications.

Qorvo products are designed to solve the toughest automotive RF challenges and support both C-V2X and DSRC protocols. These products will be showcased in Las Vegas during CES (#CES2019), January 8-11, in Qorvo Booth 40943 at the Sands Expo.

Gartner Research estimates there will be 250 million connected vehicles on the roadways by 2020. The Qualcomm 9150 chipset, with the Qorvo QPF1002Q FEM, is currently part of C-V2X trials underway with Audi, PSA, Ford, Nissan and other ecosystem participants spanning projects in Europe, North America, China, Japan, and Korea.

Qorvo’s QPF1002Q is the leading FEM designed specifically to work with the Qualcomm 9150 chipset, providing higher linear output power and improved efficiency for lower temperature operation in automotive applications. This higher power operation results in enhanced range, improved accuracy and higher reliability essential to intelligent, onboard communication systems needed for the connected car and autonomous driving. Qorvo’s FEM includes an HBT PA, PHEMT LNA and PHEMT switch, which combine to enable superior performance over competing technologies.

Gorden Cook, general manager of Qorvo’s Transport business unit, said, “Connected cars of the future will require high levels of precise RF communication with other vehicles, infrastructure and even handsets. The performance, integration, and packaging of our C-V2X module is a key enabler for connected car field trials around the world. Qorvo has teamed with leading automotive OEMs to enable the advanced connectivity that will make connected cars safer, more reliable and more enjoyable.”

C-V2X operates at 5.9 GHz, which presents significant performance challenges to RF front-end components. The QPF1002Q meets the stringent requirements of C-V2X, including 3GPP Release 14 specifications for PC5-based direct communications. Qorvo offers this part with full AEC-Q100 automotive qualification at grade 2 from -40°C to +105°C. Engineering samples of the QPF1002Q are available now.

Qorvo offers a broad portfolio of automotive Wi-Fi, SDARS, GPS and LTE solutions. In addition to meeting ISO/TS 16949 certification, Qorvo performs AEC-Q100 and AEC-Q200 testing to ensure products meet stringent automotive industry requirements. Additional information about Qorvo’s automotive RF solutions, including Qorvo’s Connected Car For Dummies® ebook can be found here.

About Qorvo

Qorvo (Nasdaq:QRVO) makes a better world possible by providing innovative Radio Frequency (RF) solutions at the center of connectivity. We combine product and technology leadership, systems-level expertise and global manufacturing scale to quickly solve our customers’ most complex technical challenges. Qorvo serves diverse high-growth segments of large global markets, including advanced wireless devices, wired and wireless networks and defense radar and communications. We also leverage unique competitive strengths to advance 5G networks, cloud computing, the Internet of Things, and other emerging applications that expand the global framework interconnecting people, places and things. Visit www.qorvo.comto learn how Qorvo connects the world.

Qorvo is a registered trademark of Qorvo, Inc. in the U.S. and in other countries.

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Qorvo QPD1025L

Qorvo QPD1025L

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Qorvo’s QPD1025L was named a Gold Award winner in ’s 2018 Intelligent Aerospace Technology Innovation Awards! Learn more about the award-winning product here:

1800 Watt, 65 Volt, .96 – 1.215 GHz, GaN RF Input-Matched Transistor

Key Features

  • Frequency Range: .96- 1.215 GHz
  • Output Power (P3dB1): 1862 Watt
  • Linear Gain1: 22.5 dB
  • Typical PAE3dB1 77.2 %
  • Operating voltage: 65 V
  • CW and Pulse capable

Note1: @ 1.0GHz Load Pull

The Qorvo QPD1025L is a 1800 W (P3dB) discrete GaN on SiC HEMT which operates from .96to 1.215 GHz. Input prematch within the package results in ease of external board match and saves board space. The device is in an industry standard air cavity package and is ideally suited for IFF, avionics and test instrumentation. The device can support both CW and pulsed operations.

Lead-free and ROHS compliant.


Frequency Min(MHz) 960
Frequency Max(MHz) 1,215
Gain(dB) 22.5
Psat(dBm) 62.7
PAE(%) 77.2
VD(V) 65
Idq(mA) 1,500
Package Type NI-1230 (Eared)

Product Data Sheet Rev E – 11/2018

QPA2213 RF Amplifier

QPA2213 RF Amplifier by Qorvo

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The QPA2213 from Qorvo is a wideband GaN driver amplifier that operates from 2 to 20 GHz. This amplifier delivers 34 dBm of saturated output power and 25 dB of gain while achieving 25% power added efficiency. The module is available in a 4.5 x 4.5 x 1.74 mm laminate package and is ideal for both commercial and military-wide band or narrowband systems. It is fabricated on Qorvo’s production 0.15 um GaN on SiC process (QGaN15).

Product Specifications

Product Details

    • Part Number : QPA2213
    • Manufacturer : Qorvo
    • Description : 2 W GaN Amplifier from 2 to 20 GHz

General Parameters

    • Type : Driver Amplifier
    • Configuration : IC/MMIC/SMT
    • Industry Application : Radar, Commercial, Military
    • Frequency : 2 to 20 GHz
    • Power Gain : 16 dB
    • Small Signal Gain : 25 dB
    • Noise Figure : 4 dB
    • Saturated Power : 2 W
    • PAE : 23 %
    • Impedance : 50 Ohms
    • Sub-Category : GaN Amplifier
    • Input Return Loss : 12 to 29 dB
    • Phase Noise : 7 to 26 dB
    • Supply Voltage : 18 V
    • Current Consumption : 330 mA
    • Package Type : Surface Mount
    • Dimensions : 4.50 x 4.50 x 1.74 mm
    • Operating Temperature : -40 to 85 Degrees C
    • Storage Temperature : -55 to 125 Degrees C
    • RoHS : Yes
V2X in the Connected Car of the Future via Qorvo

V2X in the Connected Car of the Future

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The digital car is no longer a concept of the future. Automotive connectivity — or “connected car” applications — have now reached critical demand. Let’s look at the systems and networks that connect the car to the environment (V2X), the cloud (telematics), and infotainment for passengers and drivers.

This blog is an excerpt from Chapter 2 of our e-book, Connected Car For Dummies®.

V2X: Connecting to the Environment

The connected car, as depicted in the figure below, fits nicely into the developing ecosystem around the IoT. Although we typically think of vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) connectivity — with lane obstruction or automatic braking alerts, soon the connected car will be a component of a smart city, driven by a multifaceted connected infrastructure and mobile devices.

Heterogeneous Connectivity

Imagine traffic lights automatically changing based on traffic patterns or responding to commute demands, or your car having the capability to search several city blocks for a parking spot — all enabled by the IoT.

V2X senses the environment to enable next-generation autonomy and real-time monitoring in the connected car. There are currently two key standards for V2X:

  • Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) 802.11p: 802.11p defines wireless access in vehicular environments (WAVE) including dedicated short-range communications (DSRC) devices in vehicles and roadside units (RSUs). It’s an amendment to the popular 802.11 wireless (Wi‑Fi) networking standards. DSRC operates in the 5.9 gigahertz (GHz) band with bandwidth of 75 megahertz (MHz) and an approximate range of 1,000 meters.
  • Cellular vehicular-to-everything (C‑V2X) cellular long-term evolution (LTE): C‑V2X is designed to support active safety and help enhance situational awareness by detecting and exchanging information using low-latency direct transmission in the 5.9 GHz Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) band for V2V, V2I, and vehicle-to-pedestrian (V2P) situations, with no need for cellular subscription or any network assistance. C‑V2X is defined by the Third Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) Release 14 specifications, including PC5-based direct communications, with a clear evolution path towards 5G New Radio (5GNR).

Today, IEEE 802.11p–based products are available on the market. Many of today’s vehicles are already equipped with IEEE 802.11p technology. In contrast, C‑V2X is just beginning its entrance into the automotive arena. With today’s cellular eco-system strength, C‑V2X will most likely mature quickly (see the following figure). There may be pros and cons to both technologies, but ultimately it will be a combination of consumer preference and technology that determines how well both technologies succeed in the 5G arena.

Glossary of Terms

See the end of our Connected Car For Dummiese‑book for definitions of key terms and acronyms used in this blog post.

C-V2X Communications

The next table compares DSRC and C‑V2X.

DSRC versus C-V2X

Vehicle safety is a common application for V2X, including:

  • V2V: For example, collision avoidance
  • V2I: For example, dynamic traffic signaling
  • V2P: For example, transmitting safety alerts to pedestrians and bicyclists
  • V2N: Vehicle-to-network — for example, real-time traffic and weather, custom navigation, and other cloud services

V2X will also enable more efficient fleet management and platooning with V2V communications.

Finally, V2X is being used to enhance the capabilities in advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS). ADAS typically employ cameras and radar sensors to provide visibility around a vehicle to a range of about 200 meters. V2X applications can share and coordinate information to extend the effective range of ADAS up to several kilometers.

Tip: LiDAR technologies such as onboard safety systems and sensors — for example, lasers, scanners, photodetector receivers, and GPS — also work alongside V2X and will be key enablers of autonomous vehicles.

Telematics: Vehicles Communicating with the Cloud

Telematics provides high-bandwidth connectivity for IoT integration and cloud services. Telematics has been used in commercial vehicles for quite some time to help businesses monitor and optimize various operational factors, such as:

  • Fuel consumption
  • Vehicle maintenance
  • Fleet utilization
  • Vehicle location
  • Optimum routing
  • Driver behavior

Telematics in the connected car of the future will encompass all cellular standards to deliver 1 gigabit per second (Gbps) capabilities, quickly following leading smartphone capabilities.

Technical Stuff: Gigabit LTE is poised to be included in everything from smartphones and laptops to portable hot spots and vehicles. Gigabit LTE refers to LTE Category 16 (CAT16 LTE) downstream, which was introduced in 3GPP Release 12. Today’s implementations have Gigabit LTE paired with LTE Category 13 uplink for uploads up to 150 Mbps. CAT16 LTE is leading to 5G low latency and higher reliability employing 256 quadrature amplitude modulation (QAM), 3×20 megahertz (MHz) carrier aggregation (CA), and 4×4 multiple input/multiple output (MIMO). QAM, CA, and MIMO are combined in various configurations for each LTE Category, resulting in their rated maximum speeds. The actual rated downlink speed achieved through this combination of technologies is not quite 1 Gbps, but close — 979 megabits per second (Mbps).

The telematics units in the car will be the primary data connection to the car, quickly demanding more data as automobile manufacturers try to match smartphone services. Mobile telecommunications carriers and vehicle OEMs will be motivated to monetize telematics data to the car, which will drive increased complexity in telematics systems. The next figure illustrates a telematics cellular front-end module (FEM).

Block Diagram: Telematics Cellular Front-End Module (FEM)

A key advantage of telematics over smartphones is antenna performance. In automobile telematics, the antenna is typically located in the shark fin, outside the car’s metal body. A smartphone located inside a vehicle means the antenna is within the metal body of the car. This degrades antenna performance, unless your dog is using your smartphone, in which case his head is sticking outside the window! Why? Because the vehicle acts like a Faraday cage — a grounded metal screen surrounding a piece of equipment, which excludes electrostatic and electromagnetic influences. To mitigate this Faraday cage effect, vehicle manufacturers are adding all telematics antennas, including cellular, to the shark fin. This allows users to connect their smartphones to the vehicle, thereby eliminating the Faraday cage effect.

Tip: Automakers may be forced to support multiple carriers using Dual subscriber identity module (SIM) dual active (DSDA) technology. You can learn more about DSDA in Chapter 4 of Connected Car For Dummies.

Infotainment: People Interacting with Vehicles

Today’s infotainment systems allow passengers to connect outside the car as well as inside the car. Some infotainment applications include entertainment (including high-definition and satellite radio), navigation, search, and more. Key enabling protocols include Wi‑Fi and Bluetooth (see the following figure).

Automotive Infotainment Connectivity

Wi‑Fi hot spots in the car will be the primary connection that will enable a multi-user interface similar to home Wi‑Fi networks today. Wi‑Fi will deliver 1 Gbps data via the telematics unit in connected cars, to be used by all occupants of the car. The heavy use of Wi‑Fi hot spots and new implementations of V2X will also create new safety challenges in the connected car. For example, V2X and 5 GHz Wi‑Fi will have significant spectrum co-existence challenges that will need to be addressed using innovative filter products.

Filter products reduce out-of-band interferences between radio frequency (RF) bands such as cellular, Wi‑Fi, Bluetooth, and so on. Many of these bands are very close to each other and filtering is required to manage interference between systems. For example, within the 2.4 GHz Wi‑Fi band, there is an increased potential for interference with cellular communications, like band 41 in the 4G LTE band. RF designers use coexistence filters to address the potential for transmitted Wi‑Fi signals to desensitize LTE receiver reception, and for LTE signals to interfere with Wi‑Fi communications. Bulk acoustic wave (BAW) filters are very effective at meeting these requirements.

Tip: To learn more about RF filters, download a free copy of RF Filter Technologies For Dummies and RF Filter Applications For Dummies at

Filters also aid in providing a safety factor. Proper bandpass filters mitigate interferences between bands such as the cellular LTE band 13 and the public safety band used by the United States public safety services. Without these filters, safety services could be interrupted.

As more vehicle and network services are added, design challenges will follow. The vehicle is becoming crammed with many RF signals, increased data processing, and more functionality. Negotiating the intricate balance between each of these within the vehicle are discussed further in Chapter 4 of Connected Car For Dummies.


Want to learn more about the connected car of the future? Download your free copy of Qorvo’s Connected Car For Dummies e-book.

– Excerpted with permission from John Wiley & Sons, Inc., from Connected Car For Dummies.

QPF4200 Front End Module by Qorvo

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The QPF4200 from Qorvo is an integrated front end module (FEM) for Wi-Fi 802.11ax systems. It integrates a 2.4 GHz power amplifier (PA), regulator, SPDT switch, bypassable low noise amplifier (LNA) and DC power detector into a single device. It has a compact form factor and integrated matching minimizes layout area in the application. The performance of the device is focused on optimizing the PA for a 5 V supply voltage that conserves power consumption while maintaining the highest linear output power and leading edge throughput. The receive path matches the optimal technologies to maximize Rx sensitivity through noise figure performance that is consistent over a wider variety of conditions. Integrated die level filtering for 2nd and 3rd harmonics, as well as 5 GHz rejection for DBDC operation, are included.

Product Details

      • Part Number : QPF4200
      • Manufacturer : Qorvo
      • Description : Front End Module for Wi-Fi 802.11ax Systems

General Parameters

      • Type : Transmit / Receive Module
      • Configuration : Power Amplifier, Low Noise Amplifier, Power Detector, Switch
      • Switch Configuration : SPDT
      • Application : WiFi
      • Wireless Standard : 802.11a/n/ac
      • Bands : Single Band
      • Frequency : 2.412 to 2.484 GHz
      • Tx Power : 19 to 22.5 dBm
      • Tx Gain : 31 to 33 dB
      • Voltage : 4.75 to 5.25 V
      • Rx Gain : 15.5 dB
      • Rx Noise Figure : 2.1 dB
      • Package Type : Surface Mount
      • Package : Laminate
      • Dimensions : 3 x 3 mm
      • RoHS : Yes
Qorvo QPF4578

QPF4578 Front End Module by Qorvo

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The QPF4578 from Qorvo is a fully integrated Wi-Fi Front-End Module designed for Wi-Fi 802.11a/n/ac/ax systems. The module provides a transmit gain of 31 dB while operating over a supply of 3.3 V. It integrates a 5 GHz power amplifier (PA), single pole two throw switch (SP2T) and bypassable low noise amplifier (LNA) into a single device. There are two options for power detect, a DC power detector which has voltage output and an RF power detector with an RF output from a directional coupler. The QPF4578 integrated die level filtering also includes 2nd and 3rd harmonics and 2.4 GHz rejection for dual-band dual-concurrent operation. It is available in a 5 x 3 mm QFN package and is ideal for wireless routers, IoT, access points and residential gateway applications.

Product Details

    • Part Number : QPF4578
    • Manufacturer : Qorvo
    • Description : 5 GHz Front End Module for Wi-Fi 802.11a/n/ac/ax Systems

General Parameters

    • Type : Transmit / Receive Module
    • Configuration : Switch, Low Noise Amplifier, Power Amplifier
    • Switch Configuration : SPDT
    • Application : WiFi
    • Wireless Standard : 802.11a/n/ac
    • Frequency : 5150 to 5925 MHz
    • Tx Power : 16 to 22 dBm
    • Tx Gain : 29 to 31 dB
    • Tx Current : 270 to 419 mA
    • Voltage : 3 to 3.6 V
    • Rx Gain : 14 to 15 dB
    • Rx Noise Figure : 1.9 to 2.3 dB
    • Rx Current : 18 to 27 mA
    • Package Type : Surface Mount
    • Package : 24 Pin QFN
    • Dimensions : 5 x 3 mm
    • RoHS : Yes

QPA9120 RF Amplifier by Qorvo

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The QPA9120 from Qorvo is a high linearity driver amplifier that operates from 1.8 to 5 GHz. This amplifier delivers 36 dBm of output OIP3 power and 22 dBm of output OP1dB power with 29 dB of gain while consuming less than 100 mA DC current with a single 5V supply. The module is available in a surface mount 3 x 3 mm QFN package and is ideal for 5G massive MIMO, TDD/FDD system, mobile infrastructure and general purpose wireless applications.

Product Details

    • Part Number : QPA9120
    • Manufacturer : Qorvo
    • Description : High Linearity Driver Amplifier from 1.8 to 5 GHz

General Parameters

    • Type : Driver Amplifier
    • Configuration : IC/MMIC/SMT
    • Industry Application : Wireless Infrastructure
    • Frequency : 1.8 to 5 GHz
    • Gain : 29 dB
    • Noise Figure : 1.5 dB
    • P1dB : 22 dBm
    • P1dB : 0.1585 W
    • IP3 : 35 dbm
    • Impedance : 50 Ohms
    • Supply Voltage : 5 V
    • Current Consumption : 96 mA
    • Package Type : Surface Mount
    • Package : 16 Pad QFN
    • Dimensions : 3 x 3 mm
    • Operating Temperature : -40 to 105 Degrees C
    • Storage Temperature : -65 to 150 Degrees C