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Announcing the latest additions to Qorvo's innovative RF and power portfolio of multi-standard communications controllers and switch-LNAs, which serve a wide range of smart home, IoT, 5G massive MIMO, BTS, TDD and wireless infrastructure systems. These high-performance solutions simplify RF and power for designers worldwide and are available at Qorvo's authorized channel partners.
Multi-Standard Smart Home Communications Controller
QPG6105 Features
  • ConcurrentConnectTM technology
  • MatterTM, Thread, Bluetooth® Low Energy, Bluetooth Mesh & Zigbee®
  • Antenna diversity increases range

Additional information:

  • Secure boot, OTA, software upgrade, secure identity
  • QFN32 4x4mm package
  • Ideal for smart homes & IoT
2.3-5GHz Single Channel Compact Switch-LNA
QPB9850 Features
  • Covers all sub-6GHz TDD bands
  • 1.1dB NF
  • 8W Pavg power handling switch
  • 34dB typical gain
  • Internally wideband matched

Additional information:

  • Second stage LNA with bypass function
  • 3x3mm leadless SMT package
  • Ideal for 5G mMIMO, BTS, TDD & wireless infrastructure
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