“The trend of ever-increasing amounts of data-rich applications will drive the need for small cell deployment to improve wireless network performance,” said
The new GaN HEMT DFN product family includes 28V and 50V, 15W and 30W unmatched transistors. The frequency-agile transistors are capable of operating at a range between 700 MHz to 3.8 GHz instantaneous, and may be optimized for band splits. Multi-band capability creates design flexibility that helps small cell OEMs speed their time to market and allows operators to reconfigure the same small cell unit for different market requirements.
In high efficiency applications, Cree GaN HEMT RF transistors help reduce the size and weight of LTE cellular network transmitters and simplify thermal management. These efficiency gains generate significant energy savings in operational costs. Cree developed
The new family of GaN HEMT DFN RF transistors is based on Cree’s qualified 50V, 0.4µm gate length process. Samples and reference designs are available for the CGH27030S (30W, 28V, 0.4µm), CGHV27015S (15W, 50V, 0.4µm) and CGHV27030S (30W, 50V, 0.4µm) GaN HEMT transistors.
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