Sirenza Microdevices (Nasdaq: SMDI) today announced the production release of a new Silicon Germanium (SiGe) high linearity, medium power discrete product. The SGA-9089Z offers versatility and high performance from 50-4000 MHz. It can be biased from 2.7-3.3V over a wide range of currents to deliver the optimum combination of linearity, noise figure and power up to 24 dBm.
“The one-quarter watt SGA-9089Z is a key addition to Sirenza’s family of low-cost medium power SiGe discrete devices,” stated Jeff Gudewicz, Sirenza’s SBU director, standard and catalog products. “It is ideal for high volume, cost-sensitive 3G, cellular, fixed wireless and various other low noise and driver amplifier applications. The SGA-9089Z extends the product range of the successful Sirenza SGA series.”
The SGA-9089Z is available for immediate shipment in the RoHS/WEEE compliant SOT-89 package. Samples and application design support are available by contacting Sirenza at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sirenza Microdevices is a supplier of radio frequency (RF) components. Headquartered in Broomfield, Colorado, with operations in China, Germany and the U.S., Sirenza Microdevices and its subsidiary Premier Devices design and develop RF components for the commercial communications, consumer, and aerospace and defense (A&D) equipment markets. Sirenza’s integrated circuit (IC), multi-chip module (MCM) and passive product lines include amplifiers, power amplifiers, cable TV amplifiers, circulators, isolators, mixers, splitters, transformers, couplers, modulators, demodulators, transceivers, tuners, discrete devices, signal source components, government and military specified components, and antennae and receivers for satellite radio. Certifications include ISO 9001:2000 Quality Management System and ISO 14001:2004 Environmental Management System (registered by QMI).
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