Renesas F1490 RF amplifier for 4G/5G infrastructure systems

Friday, 07 August, 2020 | Supplied by: Renesas Electronics

Renesas Electronics has released the F1490 RF amplifier, said to deliver lower quiescent current (75 mA) than competitive solutions.

The product maintains high OP1dB performance (24 dBm), a 2.4 dB noise figure and low power consumption to meet all the system-level requirements users want from their massive MIMO 5G pre-driver. It is designed to benefit designers with simplified product selection for their transmitter (Tx) line-up, with two selectable gain modes (39.5 dB high gain or 35.5 dB low gain) for system design flexibility.

Designed to operate within the 1.8 and 5 GHz frequency range, the RF amplifier features high linearity and wide bandwidth, and is suitable for use with both FDD and TDD sub-6 GHz 5G applications. It has a supply voltage of 5 V and an operating temperature of up to 115°C. Its pin-to-pin compatibility with current devices should lower the cost of design updates.

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