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RFMW Press Release - May 18, 2011

RFMW and NXP Introduce 1200 W LDMOS Transistor

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May 18, 2011

NXP BLF178P is a 1200W LDMOS power transistorThe NXP BLF178P is a 1200 W LDMOS power transistor targeted for use in broadcast (FM Transmitter) designs as well as industrial, scientific and medical (ISM) applications in the HF to 110 MHz band. This high voltage (43 – 50 V) transistor offers a lower cost alternative to devices currently on the market and provides high gain (26 dB), high power (1200 W) and high efficiency (75%). Although characterized to 110 MHz, the BLF178P operates to 500MHz making it ideal for applications such as military radio, RF jamming, and exciters for MRI and CO2 lasers. This extremely rugged device is housed in a flanged Gemini package.



For more information please contact:
NXP Stocking Distributor
RFMW, Ltd.
90 Great Oaks Blvd. #107
San Jose, Ca. 95119
PH: 408.414.1450
info@rfmw.com


 
About RFMW, Ltd.:
 
RFMW Ltd. is a specialty electronics Distribution Company focused exclusively on serving
customers that require RF and microwave components and semiconductors, as well as
component engineering support. The company continues to expand its list of products from
selective suppliers with RF/microwave expertise. RFMW deploys a highly experienced, skilled
and technically competent team to assist customers with component selection and fulfillment.
To learn more about RFMW, visit their Website at www.rfmw.com, or call us at 877-FOR-RFMW
(367-7369), or via e-mail at info@rfmw.com.




















Posted  5/18/2011
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