RFPA1012

    400 - 2700 MHz GaAs HBT Power Amplifier

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    End of Life announced August 16, 2019 (PCN 19-0140).
    Last Time Buy: August 23, 2020
    Recommended replacement for new designs: TQL9048
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    Key Features

    • High Linearity: OIP3 = 44dBm at 900MHz
    • Low Noise: NF = 3.5dB at 900MHz
    • Low DC Power: 5V, 90mA
    • 400MHz to 2700MHz Operation

    Qorvo's RFPA1012 is a GaAs HBT linear power amplifier specifically designed for wireless infrastructure applications. Using a highly reliable GaAs HBT fabrication process, this high performance single-stage amplifier achieves ultra-high linearity over a broad frequency range. It also offers low noise figure making it an excellent solution for 2nd and 3rd stage LNAs.

    Frequency Min(MHz) 400
    Frequency Max(MHz) 2,700
    Gain(dB) 13.9
    OP1dB(dBm) 22.5
    OIP3(dBm) 42
    NF(dB) 3.2
    Voltage(V) 5
    Current(mA) 90
    Package Type DFN
    Package(mm) 2.0 x 2.0
    ECCN 5A991.G

    This product appears in the following application block diagrams:

    • Applications > Defense & Aerospace > Communications > Military Radio

      Military Radio

    • Applications > Defense & Aerospace > Communications > Ka Band Saturated VSAT

      Ka Band Saturated VSAT

    • Applications > Defense & Aerospace > Communications > Multi-Band VSAT

      Multi-Band VSAT

    • Applications > Defense & Aerospace > Electronic Warfare > EW Signal Jammer

      EW Signal Jammer

    • Applications > Network Infrastructure > Point-to-Point Radio > Point-to-Point Radio

      Point-to-Point Radio

    • Applications > Network Infrastructure > Satellite Communications > Ka Band Saturated VSAT

      Ka Band Saturated VSAT

    • Applications > Network Infrastructure > Satellite Communications > Multi-Band VSAT

      Multi-Band VSAT

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

      Macro Base Station

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

      Repeaters / Boosters / DAS