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August 11, 2020 - Irvine, California - To meet the challenging requirements of cellular LTE and 5G NR infrastructure applications, Skyworks has released the SKY67183−396LF and SKY67189−396LF low noise amplifiers (LNAs). These LNAs feature ultra low-noise figure, exceptional linearity, and operate over a wide range of frequencies. To reduce PCB board space, these devices are housed in an ultra-compact 2 x 2 mm plastic surface mount package. The SKY67183−396LF and SKY67189−396LF are ideal for 2G/3G/4G/5G TDD and FDD infrastructure applications, including small cell, massive MIMO, and macro base stations.


Designed for FDD and TDD 4G LTE and 5G NR systems

  • Low-noise amplifier:
    • Very low noise figure
    • Temperature and process-stable active bias up to +115 °C
    • Wide operating voltage range
    • Low gain slope over operating band
    •  Excellent input return loss
  • Integrated controller:
    •  Stable amplifier bias
    • Temperature compensation
    • True logic level thresholds
    • Fast response time
  • Excellent broadband flat gain performance
  • Minimal BOM count
  • Low current IDD 56 mA @5 V
  • Fast rise/fall time ENABLE function suitable for TDD application
  •  Miniature DFN (8-pin, 2x2 mm) package (MSL1 @260 °C per JEDEC J-STD-020)

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Designed for 2G/3G/4G/5G TDD and FDD systems

  • Excellent broadband flat gain performance
  • Low noise figure
  • High IP3 performance over voltage
  • Minimal external components
  • Low current IDD: 50 mA @5.0 V
  • Fast rise/fall time ENABLE function suitable for 5G TDD applications
  • Temperature and process-stable active bias up to +115 °C
  •  Miniature DFN (8-pin, 2x2 mm) package (MSL1 @260 °C per JEDEC J-STD-020) 

SKY67189-396LF block diagram - RF Cafe







For more information, please visit our low noise amplifiers page on our website  

About Skyworks

Skyworks Solutions, Inc. is empowering the wireless networking revolution. Our highly innovative analog semiconductors are connecting people, places and things spanning a number of new and previously unimagined applications within the aerospace, automotive, broadband, cellular infrastructure, connected home, industrial, medical, military, smartphone, tablet and wearable markets. Skyworks is a global company with engineering, marketing, operations, sales and support facilities located throughout Asia, Europe and North America and is a member of the S&P 500® and Nasdaq-100® market indices (Nasdaq: SWKS).



Dena Pardi
Skyworks Solutions, Inc.
5221 California Ave
Irvine, CA 92617
Phone: 949-231-4207
E-Mail: Dena.Pardi@skyworksinc.com



Posted August 12, 2020

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