27.5-33.4 Integrated Up-converter
MACOM's MAUC-011003 includes an LO doubler, LO buffer amplifier, and RF buffer amplifier, in a 4 mm 24-lead PQFN plastic package. It features a typical conversion gain of 12 dB, and an image rejection of 15 dBc. It is ideally suited for 28 and 32 GHz band point-to-point radios under both LSB and USB operation and Ka-Band VSAT applications.
16-18.5 GHz 1W GaAs Power Amplifier
Qorvo's TGA2621-SM provides greater than 1W output power with 23% PAE and 25 dB of small signal gain. It is available in a 5x5 mm QFN and is suitable as a power amplifier or driver amplifier in Ku-band radar and satellite communications systems.
50-3000 MHz UltraCMOS® SP4T Switch
Peregrine's PE423641 has received AEC-Q100 Grade 2 certification and meets the quality and performance standards for use in harsh automotive environments. It is designed to cover a wide range of wireless applications such as cellular antenna band switching, automotive infotainment, and traffic safety applications.
CDMA Modem for M2M Applications
The new M100CDMAPLUS modem from Maestro Wireless is a low-cost CDMA modem capable of running the Sierra Wireless OpenAT application framework, which enables customer application hosting on-board the modem.
SiC MOSFET-based Power Modules
This new generation of Vincotech 1200V SiC MOSFET-based power modules comes in two versions. One is a flow3xPHASE 0 SiC three-phase inverter module with 3x BUCK/BOOST and split output topology, which may be used as a bidirectional DC/AC three-phase inverter or a three-channel bidirectional DC-DC. The other is the flow3xBOOST 0 SiC with three-channel boost circuits that are not connected, allowing them to be used flexibly as individual circuits and to attach shunt resistors for current sensing.
SMT Multiband Antennas for Mobile Devices
This new generation of antenna solutions is based on the Virtual Antenna™ technology developed by Fractus® and features the Fractus mXTEND™ Antenna Booster, designed for providing multiband performance in wireless
devices (in particular in mobile devices) and enabling worldwide coverage.