2.4 GHz RF BAW Filter - Wi-Fi Band Edge

    Key Features

    • Wi-Fi bandpass filter that enables the coexistence of LTE & Wi-Fi signals
    • Bandedge rejection at 2390 MHz & 2483.5 MHz
    • Industry leading small size: 1.1 x 0.9 x 0.50 mm
    • Extended temperature performance over -40 to +95 C
    • Meets +28dBm average power handling
    • Hermetically sealed for outdoor applications
    • RoHS compliant, Pb-free package

    Qorvo's 885136 is a high-performance, high power Bulk Acoustic Wave (BAW) band-pass filter with extremely steep skirts, simultaneously exhibiting low loss in the WiFi band and high rejection in the band-edge and adjacent LTE /TD-LTE bands.

    The 885136 enables Wi-Fi range extension in bandedge channels and FCC regulatory compliance. It is also used to resolve coexistence of WiFi and LTE signals within the same device or in close proximity to one another. Its unique power handling capability allows for implementation into high performance high power access points and small cell base stations.

    The 885136 uses module packaging techniques to achieve the industry leading size 1.1 x 0.9 x 0.5 mm footprint. The filter exhibits industry high power handling capabilities for transmit up to 28dBm.

    Typical Applications

      • 802.11a WLAN
      • Automotive Telematics
      • Carrier and Enterprise Access Points
      • Gateways
      • Routers
      • Set Top Box
      • Wireless LAN (WLAN) Access Points
    Technology BAW
    Type Infrastructure
    Bands Wi-Fi / LTE
    Frequency(MHz) 2,436
    Bandwidth(MHz) 69
    Insertion Loss(dB) 1
    I/O Configuration SE/SE
    Package Type SMT
    Package(mm) 1.1 x 0.9 x 0.50
    RoHS Yes
    Lead Free Yes
    Halogen Free Yes
    ITAR Restricted No
    ECCN 5A991.B

    This product appears in the following application block diagrams:

    • Applications > Customer Premises Equipment > Dual Band Wi-Fi

      Dual Band Wi-Fi

    • Applications > Customer Premises Equipment > Dual Band Wi-Fi with Diplexer

      Dual Band Wi-Fi with Diplexer