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Announcing the latest additions to TriQuint's innovative RF portfolio of amplifiers for wireless infrastructure, defense / aerospace, and other general purpose applications. These high-performance solutions simplify RF for designers worldwide.

 

1W & 2W Highly Linear Driver Amplifiers
 
TQP7M9103 Features
  • 400-4000 MHz frequency range
  • High linearity (45dBm OIP3), high gain (16.6dB) & 29.1dBm P1dB at 2.1 GHz
  • Low current, consumes only 235mA current from a 5V supply
  • Integrates on-chip DC over-voltage & RF over-drive protection
  • On-chip ESD protection allows a very robust Class 2 HBM ESD rating
  • Industry-standard SOT-89
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TQP7M9103
TQP7M9104 Features
  • 700-4000 MHz frequency range
  • High linearity (49.5dBm OIP3), high gain (15.8dB) & 32.8dBm P1dB at 2.1 GHz
  • Low current, consumes only 427mA current from a 5V supply
  • Integrates on-chip DC over-voltage & RF over-drive protection
  • On-chip ESD protection allows a very robust Class 1C HBM ESD rating
  • Allows for power shutdown capability
  • Industry-standard 4x4mm QFN
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TQP7M9104
High-Linearity, Fully Integrated DVGA Module
 
TQM829007 Features
  • 600-1000 MHz frequency range
  • High-linearity performance in a fully integrated module
  • Integrated LNA gain block, DSA, high-linearity ¼W amplifier, matching components, bias chokes & blocking capacitors
  • Internal DSA offers 0.5dB step, 6-bit, 31.5dB gain range & a serial controlled interface
  • +39.5dBm OIP3 & +24.3dBm P1dB from a single +5V supply
  • Pin and package compatible with 1.8-2.7 GHz TQM879006 version
  • Compact 6x6mm leadless SMT package
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  TQM829007
Broadband, DC-6 GHz General Gain Blocks
 
TQP369180, TQP369181, TQP369182 & TQP369184 Features
  • DC-6000 MHz frequency range
  • High-performance, low-cost 50Ω cascadable gain blocks
  • 29dBm OIP3, consumes only 45mA current
  • Two gain levels, 15dB & 20dB
  • Internally matched using high-performance InGaP HBT process
  • Requires only external RF choke, dropping resistor & blocking / bypass capacitors for operation
  • Very robust Class 1C HBM ESD rating
  • SOT-363 (TQP369181, TQP369184) or SOT-89 packages (TQP369180, TQP369182)

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TQP369181
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