Guerilla RF releases GRF5508, GRF5510 linear energy amplifiers

Guerilla RF announced the GRF5508 and GRF5510, two new linear power amplifiers the company has launched to expand into the wireless market. The InGaP HBT amplifiers were developed by the company for 5G and 4G wireless infrastructure applications that require native linearity at temperatures from -40 ° C to 85 ° C.

The GRF5508 and GRF5510, which have frequency ranges of 800-900 MHz and 880-960 MHz, respectively, operate within the new 5G radio bands n5, n8, n18, n20 and n26 5G (NR). In addition, they can deliver a linear power of 24 dBm over the entire temperature range from -40 ° C to 85 ° C, while maintaining ACLR values ​​better than -45 dBc, IMD3 values ​​<-17 dBm, EVM values <1% and PAE Efficiencies > 14%.

According to the company, during the development of the GRF55xx series, the company consulted directly with its customer base to ensure that the devices deliver the best mix of performance and linearity, thereby maximizing the effective range and throughput for their cellular systems.

The company has designed the device family to be fully compatible with the footprint.

The family also comes in pin-compatible 3mm x 3mm 16-pin QFN packages.

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