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QPF4005

Front End Module by Qorvo

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The QPF4005 from Qorvo is a Dual-Channel GaN MMIC Front-End Module (FEM) that operates from 37 to 40.5 GHz. The Tx path (PA+T/R SW) provides a saturated output power of 2 W for each channel with a small signal gain of 18 dB while the Rx path (LNA+T/R SW) is designed to provide 15 dB of gain with a noise figure of less than 4.5 dB. It is fabricated on Qorvo’s 0.15um GaN on SiC process and is housed in an air-cavity laminate package with an embedded copper heat slug.

For each channel, a multi-function MMIC die combines a low noise amplifier (LNA), a low insertion-loss high-isolation TR switch, and a high-gain high-efficiency multi-stage PA. The FEM is available as a surface mount package that measures 4.5 x 6 x 1.8 mm and is suitable for phased array 5G base stations and terminals, point to point communications, and also supports multi-channel/dual-polarization phased array applications.

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Product Details

  • Part Number
    QPF4005
  • Manufacturer
    Qorvo
  • Description
    Dual-Channel GaN MMIC Front-End Module from 37 to 40.5 GHz

General Parameters

  • Type
    Transmit / Receive Module
  • Configuration
    Low Noise Amplifier, Switch, Power Amplifier
  • Application Industry
    Base Station, Point-to-Point
  • Application
    Cellular
  • Wireless Standard
    5G
  • Bands
    Single Band
  • Frequency
    37 to 40.5 GHz
  • Current
    15 to 135 mA
  • Tx Power
    33 dBm
  • Tx Gain
    23 dB
  • EVM
    4 %
  • Voltage
    20 V
  • Rx Gain
    18 dB
  • Rx Noise Figure
    4.2 dB
  • Package Type
    Surface Mount
  • Dimensions
    4.5 x 6.0 x 1.8 mm
  • Technology
    GaN on SiC
  • RoHS
    Yes
  • Note
    Rx Saturated Power : 17 dBm, PAE : 7%, Input Return Loss :12 dB (Rx / Tx), Output Return Loss :15 (Rx) / 13 dB (Tx)

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