MOSFET technology has been the standard bearer for RF Power Transistors for several decades. It is used primarily in RF applications where output power level, reliability, stability (even in the presence of severe mismatch: i.e., high VSWR) and efficiency are the primary design considerations. The stability, reliability, and low RDS-ON resistance of high frequency MOSFET RF Power Transistors make them especially well suited for many RF power amplifier applications.
Richardson RFPD offers a diverse line of MOSFET RF Power Transistors, including those used in the DC – 2 GHz frequency range. The newest devices can yield much higher power and efficiency levels than those specified in the traditional Class AB designs. The newer MOSFET technologies, such as VMOS (Vertical Metal Oxide Semiconductor)are well-represented in our MOSFET RF Power Transistor product line.
Specific attributes which are important in selecting the right MOSFET RF Power Transistor for your application include Frequency Range, P1dB (W), Gain (dB), Test Signal (CW, CDMA, EDGE, etc.), Power Added Efficiency (%), Supply Voltage, Thermal Resistance and Package Type.
Richardson RFPD has partnered with industry-leading MOSFET manufacturers M/A-COM Technology Solutions, Microsemi, ST Microelectronics, and TT electronics Semelab to provide the best overall selection of MOSFET RF Power Transistors in the industry.
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