Skyworks has been enabling wireless connectivity for over a decade, but as the Internet of Things (IoT) expands the way consumers manage information and their environment, there is a growing need for new solutions. Skyworks’ product portfolio is continuing to enable the needs of every emerging market – bringing everyone and everything closer to vital information wherever it is needed.
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Skyworks offers two new SPDT 75 Ohm switches that are ideal for set-top box and DVR applications. The SKY13547-490LF and SKY13548-385LF feature ultra-high linearity and meet the rigorous requirements of DOCSIS 3.0/3.1 applications. They also boast very low insertion loss and high power handling... Read more
Skyworks offers two new broadband, 75 Ohm MMIC front-end, low-noise amplifiers (LNAs) designed specifically for set-top box applications: the SKY65450-92LF (with bypass mode) and the SKY65452-92LF. These devices provide high linearity and excellent gain over a wide frequency range (40 MHz to 1... Read more
Skyworks offers a family of high isolation (47 dB) multi-throw switches for 0.7–3.0 GHz Rx switching. The SKY13522-644LF, SKY13523-639LF and SKY13524-639LF are designed for switching single-ended Rx SAW filters in cellular handsets. Consuming less than 10 µA of current, they are ideal for low... Read more
System level simulations are not easy. Adding individual integrated or discrete component’s foundry/supplier kits to the system simulation adds complexity. Through Skyworks’ BlackBox model for the low noise figure SKY67151-396LF LNA, which does not include any extra modeling kits, customers can... Read more
Modern smart phones and tablet computers typically incorporate multiple wireless services at different frequency bands ranging from FM radio to LTE. At the same time, an increasing number of designs utilize more than one antenna to enhance sensitivity and suppress cross-talk. Both trends place... Read more
The construction of low noise amplifiers (LNAs) is a complex process that requires the utilization of both pHEMT technology, and cascode topology. By harnessing these two facets of LNA creation; one can substantially improve linearity and combat the Miller effect. Understand the steps... Read more