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RF Micro Devices® Press Release - November 8, 2011

 RFMD Intros RFPP2870 High Gain GaN CATV Hybrid Amplifier

RFMD New Product Alert
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Irma Swain
Sr. Manager, Communications
RFMD
336-931-6653
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November 8, 2011
 
RFPP2870 SOT115J push-pull amplifierRFMD’s new RFPP2870 SOT115J push-pull amplifier features 28 dB minimum gain at 1003 MHz, with excellent distortion characteristics and optimal reliability. The part employs GaN HEMT, GaAs MESFET, and GaAs pHEMT die and operates from 40 MHz to 1003 MHz.

Features
  • Excellent Linearity
  • Superior Return Loss
  • Extremely Low Distortion
  • Unconditionally Stable Under All Terminations
  • Minimum Gain: 28dB at 1003MHz
  • 270mA Max. at 24VDC
RFPP2870 block diagramApplications
  • CATV Optical Nodes
  • CATV Line Amplifiers
The RFPP2870 is in volume production now. Pricing begins at $16.84 each for 10,000 pieces.

For more information on RFPP2870, visit
https://estore.rfmd.com/RFMD_Onlinestore/Products/RFMD+Parts/PID-P_RFPP2870.aspx?DC=25.



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