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RF Micro Devices Intros RF3235 and RF3237 Quad-Band GSM/GPRS
Tx Modules with UMTS Transmit/Receive Ports

 February 8, 2012 Press Release

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

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February 8, 2012

RFMD’s new RF3235 and RF3237RFMD’s new RF3235 and RF3237, paired with one or more discrete 3G power amplifiers such as RF722x or RF724x, enable best-in-class performance at the lowest total solution cost for 3G entry platforms.

RF3235 and RF3237 are quad-band GSM/GPRS Class 12-compliant transmit modules. They include four ( RF3237) to six ( RF3235) UMTS transmit/receive ports that also serve as GSM Rx ports and are pin-to-pin compatible. Both build on RFMD's PowerStar® integrated power control technology, SOI (silicon-on-insulator) switch technology, and integrated transmit filtering. These devices are designed for use as the final portion of the transmitter section in a GSM850/EGSM900/DCS1800/PCS1900/UMTS handset and eliminates the need for a PA-to-antenna switch module-matching network. 50Ω matched input and output ports require no external matching components.

Features
  • High Efficiency at Rated POUT
  • VBATT = 3.5V
  • GSM850/EGSM900 = 43%
  • DCS1800/PCS1900 = 36%
  • No External DC Blocking Needed on TRx Ports
  • 0.6db LB, 0.8dB HB TRx Insertion Loss for 3G Efficiency and Improved Rx Sensitivity
  • Four (RF3237) to Six (RF3235) High Linearity TRx Ports
  • >35dB Isolation for Most Port Combinations
Applications
  • Single through Quad-Band UMTS Handsets and Connected Devices Including TDSCDMA and CDMA
  • GSM850/EGSM900/DCS1800/PCS1900 Products
  • 3V Multimode Mobile Applications
  • GPRS Class 12 Compliant
These products are currently available in production quantities.

Pricing for RF3235 begins at $2.70 each for 100 pieces. For more information on RF3235, visit
https://estore.rfmd.com/RFMD_Onlinestore/Products/RFMD+Parts/PID-P_RF3235.aspx.

Pricing for RF3237 begins at $2.47 each for 100 pieces. For more information on RF3237, visit
https://estore.rfmd.com/RFMD_Onlinestore/Products/RFMD+Parts/PID-P_RF3237.aspx.



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