QPL9096

    Ultra Low-Noise Bypass LNA

    Key Features

    • 1.7 - 2.7 GHz Operational Bandwidth
    • LNA with Integrated Bypass Mode
    • Ability to turn LNA and Bypass Mode OFF
    • Ultra Low Noise Figure, 0.7dB at 1.95GHz
    • 22dB Gain at 1.95GHz
    • 34dBm OIP3 at 1.95GHz
    • Internally Matched
    • Positive supply only, 3.3 - 5V

    The QPL9096 is a high-linearity, ultra-low noise gain block amplifier with a bypass mode functionality integrated in the product. At 1.95 GHz, the amplifier typically provides 22 dB gain, +33.5 dBm OIP3, and 0.7 dB noise figure while drawing 60 mA current from a +4.2 V supply. The QPL9096 is internally matched using a high performance E-pHEMT process and only requires four external components for operation from a single positive supply: an external RF choke and blocking/bypass capacitors. This low noise amplifier contains an internal active bias to maintain high performance over temperature.

    The QPL9096 is optimized for the 1.7 -2.7 GHz frequency band and is targeted for wireless infrastructure. The QPL9096 is packaged in a 2 x 2 mm DFN.

    Typical Applications

      • Base Station Receivers
      • Tower Mount Amplifiers
      • Repeaters
      • FDD-LTE, TDD-LTE, WCDMA
      • General Purpose Wireless
    Frequency Min(GHz) 1.7
    Frequency Max(GHz) 2.7
    Gain(dB) 22
    NF(dB) 0.7
    OP1dB(dBm) 20
    OIP3(dBm) 34
    Voltage(V) 4.2
    Current(mA) 60
    Package Type DFN
    Package(mm) 2.0 x 2.0
    RoHS Yes
    Lead Free Yes
    Halogen Free Yes
    ITAR Restricted No

    This product appears in the following application block diagrams:

    • Applications > Network Infrastructure > Wireless Infrastructure > Cellular Infrastructure Base Station

      Cellular Infrastructure Base Station

    • Applications > Network Infrastructure > Wireless Infrastructure > Repeaters / Boosters / DAS

      Repeaters / Boosters / DAS

    • Applications > Network Infrastructure > Wireless Infrastructure > Small Cells FDD

      Small Cells FDD

    • Applications > Network Infrastructure > Wireless Infrastructure > Small Cells TDD

      Small Cells TDD