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RF power LDMOS transistor touts new package

09 Jan 2013

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Richardson RFPD Inc. has announced the release and full design support capabilities for the latest package options on an RF power LDMOS transistor from Freescale. The MRFE6VS25 is an RF power transistor geared for both narrowband and broadband industrial, scientific and medical (ISM), broadcast and aerospace applications operating at frequencies from 1.8-2000MHz, noted the company.

Previously available only in Freescale's traditional plastic package (MRFE6VS25N), the device is now available in the RF LDMOS industry standard ceramic package (MRFE6VS25L) and a plastic gull wing (MRFE6VS25GN) package. Benefits of the new gull wing package include reduced cost, improved consistency of RF performance and improved assembly quality that allows for high volume pick-and-place manufacturing for this surface mount package, the company stated.

The rugged MRFE6VS25 features wide operating frequency range and offers impedances optimised for broadband operation, indicated the firm. In addition, it touts integrated stability enhancements, low thermal resistance and extended ESD protection circuit.

It is fabricated using Freescale's enhanced ruggedness platform and is suitable for use in applications where high voltage standing wave ratios (VSWRs) are encountered. The device is in stock and available for immediate delivery.




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