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Narda Press Release - May 18, 2010

NXP's RF Manual Makes Design Work Much Easier – Download Now

High Performance RF for the most demanding applications

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NXP's RF ManualNXP’s RF Manual – one of the most important reference tools on the market for today’s RF designers – features our complete range of RF products, from low to high power signal conditioning & high-speed converters.

What’s new?
º  This RF Manual features 10 new applications, such as: point-to-point
    communication, radar, RF (Plasma) lighting, mobile platforms, etc.,
    (chapter 1).
º  More than 100 new products added to our broad portfolio, like including:
    6th & 7th generation wideband transistors, LNA’s for STB, Gen7 LDMOS
    transistors, high-speed converters, etc., (chapter 3.1).
º  Our base station offering has grown extensively with Doherty amplifier
    designs, low noise amplifiers and high speed DACs and ADCs,
    (chapter 1.1.1).
º  Last but not least, we expanded our cross-reference list by 40% to over
   1,200 items, (chapter 5).

A strong position in RF
NXP has a leading market position is a true industry leader in high performance RF. Our strong RF capabilities are utilized in our high performance RF for wireless infrastructure and industrial applications, television tuners, car security and entertainment products and contactless identification products.Our RF small signal products are widely installed in satellites, cellular base stations, mobile devices, cars, TV tuners and CATV. We’re a leader inWe have strong positions in high power RF for cellular infrastructure, broadcast/ISM and Radar applications. We are a leader in providing RF front-end solutions for markets such as mobile mobile base stations, satellite and CATV infrastructure and receivers, industrial and medical applications,and to a lesser extent military and aerospace. We have strong positions in Power Amplifiers, Small Signal RF discretes and RF ICs for consumer electronics and cable television infrastructure, while we have emerging businesses in RF ICs for mobile base stations, monolithic microwave ICs (“MMICs”) and low noise amplifiers (“LNAs”). Our leadership is based on our world-class proprietary RF process technologies and technology advancements that drive overall system performance, such as power scaling in mobile base stations. With our new, serialized signal processing architectures with JESD204A-compliant high-speed converters, we are enabling a transition to more compact, higher performance systems.


Click here [link to www.nxp.com/rfmanual] to download the newest version of the RF Manual.







Posted 5/18/2010

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