Announcing the latest additions to Qorvo's innovative RF portfolio of FEM modules and GaN power amplifiers, which serve a wide range of wireless, radar, EW and satellite communications systems. These high-performance solutions simplify RF for designers worldwide and are available 
 Qorvo's authorized channel partners.
2.4GHz Wi-Fi Front End Module
QPF4219 Features
  • 24.5dBm POUT at -35dB DEVM
  • 26.5dBm POUT at MCS0
  • 33dB Tx gain
  • 1.9dB Rx noise figure
  • 5x3mm laminate package
  • Ideal for Wi-Fi 5 (11ac) systems

Additional information:
32-38GHz 5W GaN Power Amplifier

TGA2224 Features 
  • Freq: 32-38GHz
  • PSAT: 37dBm
  • PAE: 20% 
  • Large signal gain: 16dB 
  • 3.4x1.4mm die
  • Ideal for radar, EW & communications

Additional information:
5-6GHz 60W GaN Power Amplifier
QPA2308D Features
  • Freq: 5-6GHz
  • PSAT: 47.8dBm
  • PAE: 43% 
  • Large signal gain: 21dB
  • 4.2x5mm die
  • Ideal for radar & satellite communications

Additional information:
Video: Understanding GaN Thermal Analysis

This video demonstrates how Qorvo determines reliability and thermal resistance for GaN devices. You can also refer to the GaN application note GaN Device Channel Temperature, Thermal Resistance, and Reliability Estimates for a more detailed explanation.

Video: Chalk Talk: 5G mmWave Front-End Technology - a video interview with EE Journal

In this episode of Chalk Talk, EE Journal's Amelia Dalton chats with Bror Peterson of Qorvo about the issues designers face in RF design for 5G, and some unique solutions Qorvo brings to the table.