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RFMW Offers Skyworks' LNAs for Set Top Boxes

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May 10, 2016

RFMW Offers Skyworks' LNAs for Set Top Boxes - RF CafeRFMW, Ltd. announces design and sales support for two Skyworks Low Noise Amplifiers (LNAs) for Set Top Box (STB) applications. The SKY65450-92LF and SKY65452-92LF both provide high linearity (28.4 dBm OIP3) and excellent gain (15 dB) over a wide bandwidth of 40 to 1000 MHz. Characterized for 75 ohm environments, both devices are applicable to cable modems, home gateways, PVRs, DVRs, and terrestrial/cable set top boxes. With noise figure of 2.9 dB, the SKY65450-92LF and SKY65452-92LF boast best-in-class NF, gain flatness, linearity and low current consumption. The SKY65450-92LF offers a bypass mode when additional signal amplification is not needed. The Skyworks SKY65450-92LF and SKY65452-92LF are available in the SC-70, 2.0x2.2x0.95 mm package saving precious board space in small form factor applications.

 

Contact Information

RFMW, Ltd.
Skyworks Solutions Stocking Distributor
188 Martinvale Lane
San Jose, Ca. 95119
Phone:  877-FOR-RFMW (877-367-7369)
info@rfmw.com

 

 

Posted May 12, 2016

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