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9 May 2008


Mimix launches 5.9-9.5GHz QFN-packaged linear PA with on-chip power detector

Mimix Broadband Inc of Houston, TX, USA has introduced a QFN-packaged GaAs monolithic microwave integrated circuit (MMIC) linear power amplifier (PA) with +39dBm OIP3 and 26dB small-signal gain.

The XP1035-QH PA covers the frequency range 5.9-9.5GHz and includes an integrated temperature-compensated on-chip power detector. The amplifier comes in an RoHS-compliant, industry-standard, fully molded 4x4mm QFN package and includes on-chip ESD protection structures and DC bypass capacitors to ease implementation and volume assembly. The XP1035-QH is suited to wireless communications applications such as point-to-point radio, LMDS, SATCOM and VSAT applications.

“XP1035-QH is an efficient, high-linearity packaged amplifier that offers broadband performance,” says product manager Paul Beasly. “The combination of robust RF performance, standard QFN packaging and an integrated power detector makes this device a competitive candidate for multiple applications.”

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