New Robust RF Amplifier with a Low Quotient Current of 75mA for Power Critical Applications
The Renesas Electronics corporation has added the new F1490 to its robust RF Amplifier portfolio, it has a comparatively low quiescent current of 75mA, among the similar solutions. As a second-generation high–gain, 2-stage RF amplifier, the new device can operate at the key sub-6 GHz 5G frequency bands within the frequency range of 1.8 GHz and 5.0 GHz.
Features of F1490
- Two selectable gain modes: 39.5 dB higher gain or 35.5 dB low gain
- High-performance OIP3 of 38 dBm and OP1dB of 24 dBm
- RF frequency range of 1.8 GHz to 5.0 GHz
- Ultra-low quiescent current of 75 mA
- Supply voltage of 5V
- Up to +115°C TCB operating temperature
- High gain, high linearity, and wide bandwidth
The F1490 helps the designers with simplified product selection for their transmitter (Tx) lineup and eliminates the gain block with a better margin. It also provides advantages such as two selectable gain modes for system design flexibility, lower power consumption, and superior performance.
All the AAS solution from Renesas is designed with interface amplifiers, low noise amplifiers, switches, and pre-drivers to address the high performance transmit and receive requirements of massive MIMO with the highest efficiencies in the smallest form factors. The F1490 is available in a 3mm x 3mm, 16-pin QFN package. To know more about the F1490, visit the official website of the Renesas Electronics Corporation.