Skyworks Expands its 5G Wireless Infrastructure Portfolio

Skyworks has launched a broad range of advanced, proprietary solutions optimized for next-generation 5G wireless infrastructure applications. Skyworks’ growing portfolio includes a family of market-leading high-efficiency amplifiers, switch LNAs, compact circulators and isolators, as well as more fully integrated solutions for sub-6 GHz and millimeter-wave frequencies ─ all designed to meet the high-performance requirements of 5G base stations. 

Specifically, Skyworks’ suite of miniature circulators provides significant size advantages and leverages proprietary internal ferrite core procedures for improved isolation and reduced insertion loss. The company’s innovative high power switches incorporate proven, world-class technology and patented design techniques to deliver products with fast switching speeds, increased power handling capabilities at extreme operating temperatures and low insertion loss. Given Skyworks’ vertically integrated supply chain ─ including diverse processes such as silicon, gallium arsenide and ceramics, and high volume manufacturing and test facilities ─ customers are further benefiting from highly integrated, customized architectures. As a result, Skyworks is uniquely delivering a compelling breadth of infrastructure devices that are powering 4G LTE and emerging 5G NR networks for leading European equipment manufacturers. 

Skyworks’ portfolio consists of multiple next-generation devices for macro base stations and other applications. 

Select products include: 

  • SKYFR-001760 – 2496 To 2690 MHz single-junction robust lead circulator with operating range of -40° to +105°C
  • SKYFR-001803 – 2496 to 2690 MHz single-junction robust lead circulator with operating range of -40° to +110°C
  • SKY12245-492LF – 0.3 to 3.8 GHz, 100 W compact high-power SPDT switch with integrated driver for TDD, 4G LTE and 5G NR
  • SKY12247-492LF – 3.4 to 3.8 GHz, 100 W compact high power SPDT switch with integrated driver for TDD, 4G LTE and 5G NR 

For more information about Skyworks’ infrastructure portfolio, click here.