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RMPA1967 Fairchild Semiconductor CDMA2000-1X and WDCMA Power Edge Power Amplifier Module Datasheet


Fairchild Semiconductor
RMPA1967
Part Number RMPA1967
Manufacturer Fairchild Semiconductor
Description The RMPA1967 power amplifier module (PAM) is designed for CDMA, CDMA2000-1X, WCDMA and HSDPA personal communications system (PCS) applications. The 2-stage PAM is internally matched to 50 Ohms to minimize the use of external components and features a low-power mode to reduce standby current and DC p...
Features
■ Single positive-supply operation and low power and shutdown modes
■ 40% CDMA/WCDMA efficiency at +28 dBm average output power
■ Compact lead-free compliant, LCC package(3.0 x 3.0 x 1.0 mm nominal)
■ Internally matched to 50 Ohms and DC blocked RF input/output
■ Meets CDMA2000-1XRTT/WCDMA performance requirements
■ Meets HSDPA performance requirements
■ Alternative pin-out to Fairchild RMPA1965 General Description The RMPA1967 power amplifier module (PAM) is designed for CDMA, CDMA2000-1X, WCDMA and HSDPA personal communications system (PCS) applications. The 2-stage PAM is internally matche...

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