Skyworks unveils 2-stage low noise amplifiers with high linearity

Boston—IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society (MTT-S)—Skyworks Solutions Inc. has introduced several 2-stage, ultra low noise amplifiers (LNA) with high linearity performance.

Fabricated using Skyworks' advanced pHEMT process, the small and cost-effective products serve a number of demanding receiver applications, including global positioning systems (GPS), satellite digital audio radio services, WCDMA and LTE infrastructure platforms, and ISM base stations, repeaters and access points. Skyworks' devices minimize system noise figure, improving receiver sensitivity and providing customers with greater flexibility to meet a wide range of performance requirements.
About Skyworks' Low Noise Amplifiers

Skyworks' low noise 2 x 2 millimeter (mm) amplifiers offer performance under 0.7 dB while providing high linearity amplification with OIP3 up to 35 dBm. The SKY65037-360LF, operating from 0.7 to 1.2 gigahertz (GHz), and the
SKY65040-360LF, operating from 1.5 to 2.4 GHz, have the flexibility of external tuning to set gain up to 25 dB and supply current adjustment of 30 to 100 mA. The quad flat no-lead (QFN) devices are lead (Pb)-free and restriction of hazardous substances (RoHS)-compliant.

The SKY65037-360LF and SKY65040-360LF are available now.

Datasheets: SKY65037-360LF and SKY65040-360LF.


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