LNA operates across a 700-2700MHz bandwidth

28th January 2015
Posted By : Siobhan O'Gorman
LNA operates across a 700-2700MHz bandwidth

Designed for small cells, macro base stations, DAS and other wireless devices in the 700-2700MHz band, the GRF2104 LNA has been released by Guerrilla RF. With a flat gain of 20dB, the device offers outstanding NF and linearity across the 700-2700MHz bandwidth. Internal pre-matching to 50Ω provides users with a compact, low-cost solution, while flexible biasing enables high levels of reuse within a design and across platforms.

The overall wireless network infrastructure market is expected to grow at an AGR of more than 5%, accounting for over $104bn in annual spending by the end of 2020.

“The growing popularity of cellular infrastructure small cells and DAS networks has created the need for a single LNA that can offer outstanding RF performance over a wide range of frequencies,” said Alan Ake, Vice President, Applications and Technical Marketing, Guerrilla RF. “Guerrilla RF’s latest solution does just that, making it suitable for high performance applications that require a single LNA to cover multiple bands.”

The GRF2104 LNA, which is offered in a thermally efficient 1.5x1.5x0.5mm plastic package, is available now in sample quantities. The device is priced at $1.60 each and sold in 10,000-piece quantities. Full production is scheduled for Q2 2015.


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