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RF Micro Devices® Press Release - November 10, 2011

 RFMD Intros RFCA8818 Push-Pull Amplifier

RFMD New Product Alert
Contact:
Irma Swain
Sr. Manager, Communications
RFMD
336-931-6653
iswain@rfmd.com

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RFCA8818 is a push-pull amplifier
November 10, 2011

The RFCA8818 is a push-pull amplifier aimed at CATV MDU, drop amplifier, and line amplifier applications. Operating from a single power supply and containing internal input and output matching, the part provides 17dB gain and +34dBmV output power, and features low noise performance of 2dB.

Features
  • Noise Figure: 2dB
  • Distortion: -72dBc CSO, -70dBc CTB at 34dBmV POUT
  • Gain: 17dB

RFCA8818 schematicApplications
  • CATV Line Amplifiers and Amplifier Driver Stages
  • MDU Amplifiers
  • Drop Amplifiers
  • FTTH Driver Amplifier
This product is currently available in production quantities. Pricing begins at $2.57 each for 1000 pieces.

For more information on RFCA8818, visit
https://estore.rfmd.com/RFMD_Onlinestore/Products/RFMD+Parts/PID-RFCA8818_P.aspx.

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