General Purpose LNAs
Infineon’s portfolio of wideband LNAs include BGA devices that are matched, general-purpose broadband MMIC driver amplifiers in a Darlington configuration. The excellent performance, enabled by Infineon’s 70 GHz B7HF Silicon Germanium (SiGe) technology, combined with reduced external component count and ease of use make them an ideal choice for a wide variety of RF applications up to 2.5 GHz.
Infineon’s range of BGB devices are low power consumption general-purpose MMIC wideband LNA design with integrated ESD protection and active biasing in a very small package. They are as flexible as a discrete transistor and offers numerous integrated features for smaller and thinner mobile device designs. Enabled by Infineon’s leading SiGe technology, the MMIC LNAs help to significantly enhance the sensitivity of the mobile RF front-end via a compact, low power frontend circuit.
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Infineon’s portfolio of General Purpose LNAs includes SiGe LNA and Wideband LNA RTL-SDR product families. Infineon’s range of SiGe LNAs are optimized for a variety of supply currents and offer low noise figures (NF) and absolute stability for MMIC driver amplifiers and Wideband LNA designs. Their optimized inner transistor cell structure leads to best-in-class power gains and noise figures at high frequencies.
MMIC driver amplifiers
Infineon offers a range of MMIC driver amplifiers in a Darlington configuration that offers RF designers a single package that acts like a transistor.
Wideband LNA design
Using a wideband LNA design, Infineon offers a range of high performance BFP products that use silicon germanium carbon (SiGe:C) bipolar technology for wireless applications.
General Purpose LNAs are used for a number of applications such as mobile devices, tablets, and other communication devices.
Lighter and thinner smart phones
Infineon’s high performance BGB wideband low noise amplifiers are available in very small packages. However, the innovative design of the wideband LNA includes numerous integrated features and flexibility to allow for smaller and thinner mobile device designs without making any compromises.