Tagore Technology, a pioneer of high-power GaN-based RF switches, has introduced Ultra-Low-Noise Amplifiers (LNA) -TL0374J and TL0375J and a companion Linear Power Amplifier (PA) Driver. The family of devices is tunable from 100 MHz to 5 GHz and requires a 2.7 V to 5 V supply. These devices are well-suited for a broad range of applications including 5G infrastructure and high-performance Satellite Digital Audio Radio Service (SDARS).
The TL0374J and TL0375J are Ultra-Low Noise Figure LNAs built on an advanced pHEMT Gallium Arsenide (GaAs) process technology. The TL0374J is optimized for below 3 GHz frequency bands and the TL0375J is optimized for above 3 GHz frequency bands. Ultra-Low Noise Figure LNAs offer a noise figure of 0.35 dB and Gain of 18 dB with adjustable bias current through an external resistor. The TP0310K is a Linear PA driver with Gain of 17 dB, OP1dB of 27 dBm and OIP3 of 39 dBm at 2 GHz.
Klaus Buehring, Tagore Technology's Chief Sales and Marketing officer said: "The new Ultra-Low Noise Amplifier and Linear PA driver device deliver a very low NF, high Linearity and good gain required for high performance receivers such as 5G infrastructure and SDARS. Our applications team has developed custom tuning for broad range of application at 5 V/60 mA and 3 V/30 mA bias for common cellular band frequencies which can be adopted by our customers."
The ultra-Low Noise Amplifiers are available in a 2 x 2 DFN package and the Linear PA Driver is available in a compact 3 x 3 mm QFN package. Samples and evaluation boards are now available for all devices.
Tagore Technology was showcasing their products at the IMS 2022 in Denver from 21-23 June. IMS 2022 is the largest event for the RF & Microwave Sector. Click here to see everything RF's coverage of the event.