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- Frequency Range: 2.7 – 3.5 GHz
- PSAT : 33 dBm (PIN = 15 dBm)
- PAE: > 52 % (PIN = 15 dBm)
- Small Signal Gain: 28.4 dB
- Bias: VD = 25 V, IDQ = 29 mA
- Package Dimensions: 4.00 x 4.00 x 0.85 mm
- Electronic Warfare
- Civilian and Military Radar
Qorvo’s QPA2935 is a MMIC power amplifier fabricated using Qorvo’s QGaN25 0.25 um GaN on SiC production process. Covering 2.7 – 3.5 GHz, the QPA2935 typically provides 33 dBm of saturated output power and 18 dB of large-signal gain while achieving greater than 52 % power-added efficiency.
The QPA2935 can support a variety of operating conditions to best support system requirements. With good thermal properties, it can support a range of bias voltages. The QPA2935 is matched to 50 ohms with integrated DC blocking caps on both I/O ports..
The QPA2935 is packaged in a plastic overmolded 4×4 mm package. The QPA2935 is 100% DC and RF tested to ensure compliance to electrical specifications.
Lead free and RoHS compliant.
- Frequency Range: DC - 20 GHz
- 5-Bit Digital Attenuator
- Attenuation Range: 31 dB
- Attenuation Step Size (LSB): 1 dB
- Voltage Variable Attenuator (VVA) Range: 1 dB
- Total Attenuation Range: 32 dB
- Low Insertion Loss (Ref. State): 5 dB
- Digital Control Voltage (DCA): -2.5 to -5.5 V
- Analog Control Voltage (ACV): 0 to -5.0 V
- Electronic warfare
- Test and measurement
- Phased Array
Qorvo’s QPC1008 is a negative voltage controlled, wideband GaAs MMIC 5-bit digital step attenuator combined with a 1 dB voltage variable attenuator (VVA), housed in a leadless 3.9 x 3.9 mm surface mount package. Each digital bit is controlled by a single voltage of either 0 V or -5 V, while the VVA is controlled using a single voltage varied from -5 V to 0 V. The digital bit values are 1 (LSB), 2, 4, 8, and 16 dB, when combined with the 1 dB analog bit, a total of 32 dB of attenuation is achieved. The QPC1008 has low insertion loss of 5.5 dB at 10 GHz and is 50 ohms matched eliminating the need for RF port matching.
- Frequency Range: 8 – 14 GHz
- Input Power CW Survivability: 20 W
- Gain: 23 dB
- Noise Figure: 1.6 dB
- TOI: 25 dBm (PIN = 0 dBm)
- Survivability CW : 43 dBm
- Survivability Pulse : 50 dBm
- Package Size: 8.5 x 6 x 1.6 mm
- Bias: Vd = 2 V, Id = 180 mA, Vg1 = Vg2 =-0.5 V typical
- Military Radar
- Civilian Radar
- Wideband Amplifiers
The Qorvo QPM6000 is an integrated limiter/LNA providing robust, high RF performance covering 8 –14GHz frequency range. The QPM6000 provides 23 dB small signal gain with 18 dBm P1dB power and a low noise figure of 1.6 dB across application frequency band. In addition, the integrated limiter provides a robustness level of up to 20 W of incident power for CW and 40 W for pulse application without performance degradation.
The QPM6000 is packaged in an overmold, laminate-based 8.5 x 6 mm QFN for easy handling. With a small form factor coupled with both ports matched to 50 ohms, the QPM6000 is ideally suited to support both commercial and defense related applications where robust receiver front ends are required.
- Frequency Range: 5.0 – 6.0 GHz
- Output Power (PIN = 18 dBm): 36.5 dBm
- PAE (PIN = 18 dBm): 53 %
- Small Signal Gain: 27.4 dB
- Input Return Loss: 26 dB
- Output Return Loss: 13 dB
- Recommended Bias: VD = 25 V, IDQ = 37.5 mA
- Package Size: 4.0 mm x 4.0 mm x 0.85 mm
Qorvo’s QPA0506 is a MMIC power amplifier fabricated using Qorvo’s QGaN25 0.25 um GaN on SiC production process. Covering 5 – 6 GHz, the QPA0506 typically provides 36 dBm of saturated output power and 18 dB of large-signal gain while achieving 53 % power added efficiency.
The QPA0506 can support a range of bias voltages to optimize power and PAE to system requirements. The QPA0506 is matched to 50 ohms with a DC blocked input and a DC grounded output.
The QPA0506 is packaged in a plastic overmolded 4×4 mm package. The QPA0506 is 100% DC and RF tested to ensure compliance to electrical specifications.
Lead free and RoHS compliant.
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