Overview

The F0111 is a dual-path 2200MHz to 4200MHz High Gain / Ultra-Low Noise Amplifier (LNA) that is used in receiver applications.
 
The F0111 LNA is operated as a balanced amplifier where the inputs and outputs are combined using external 90° couplers and provides 18.5dB of gain with 0.55dB noise figure and 38.5dBm OIP3 performance at 2600MHz. The device uses a single 5V supply and 90mA typical of total ICC.
 
The F0111 is packaged in a 4 × 4 mm, 16-VFQFPN with 50Ω single-ended RF input and output impedances for ease of integration into the signal path.
 
  • 2200MHz to 4200MHz operating range
  • 18.5dB typical Gain
  • 0.55dB typical NF
  • 18.5 typical OIP3
  • 50Ω Single-ended Input/Output impedances
  • +5V power supply
  • ICC = 45mA per channel
  • Independent Channel Standby modes for power savings
  • 1.8V Logic Standby control
  • Operating temperature (TEP) range: -40°C to +105°C
  • 4 x 4 mm, 16-VFQFPN package

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