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Stock: 820

Web Price
$0.41 USD Each

$7.00 reeling fee is amortized over the number of components for each reel. Mini-Reels are a custom product and are non-cancelable and non-returnable.

Cost Per Unit: $3.91
Total:

$7.82

USD
Attributes
Attributes Table
Supply Voltage 1.5V to 3.1V
Supply Current 3.2mA to 5.7mA
Noise Figure 0.85dB
Gain 16.5dB
Frequency Range 1.61GHz to 1.559GHz
Features and Applications

The BGU7005 is a Low Noise Amplifier (LNA) for GPS receiver applications in a plastic leadless 6-pin, extremely small SOT886 package. The BGU7005 requires only one external matching inductor and one external decoupling capacitor.
 
The BGU7005 adapts itself to the changing environment resulting from co-habitation of different radio systems in modern cellular handsets. It has been designed for low power consumption and optimal performance when jamming signals from co-existing cellular transmitters are present.
 
At low jamming power levels it delivers 16.5 dB gain at a noise figure of 0.9 dB. During high jamming power levels, resulting for example from a cellular transmit burst, it temporarily increases its bias current to improve sensitivity.
 
Features:
 
  • 110 GHz transit frequency - SiGe:C technology
  • ESD protection on all pins (HBM > 2 kV)
  • Gain 16.5 dB at 1.575 GHz
  • High 1 dB compression point of −11 dBm
  • High out of band IP3i of 9 dBm
  • Input and output DC decoupled
  • Integrated matching for the output
  • Integrated temperature stabilized bias for easy design
  • Low noise high gain MMIC
  • Noise figure = 0.9 dB at 1.575 GHz
  • Optimised performance at low supply current of 4.5 mA
  • Power down mode current consumption < 1 uA
  • Requires only one input matching inductor and one supply decoupling capacitor
  • Small 6-pin leadless package 1 mm × 1.45 mm × 0.5 mm
  • Supply voltage 1.5 V to 2.85 V, optimized for 1.8 V

Applications:

  • LNA for GPS in handsets, PDAs and Portable Navigation Devices