Thursday, May 30, 2013

TriQuint’s power doublers offer high output CATV infrastructure performance

ANGA Cable Show 2013, GERMANY & USA: TriQuint Semiconductor Inc. released its new gallium nitride (GaN) integrated power doubler with superior performance for fast-growing CATV infrastructure.

TriQuint’s new GaN MMIC amplifier offers high gain (24dB) and excellent composite distortion performance (CTB/CSO), which is a critical characteristic in multi-carrier CATV environments. TriQuint solutions for cable TV infrastructure and fiber to the premises (FTTP) systems will be displayed at ANGA COM, Europe’s premiere broadband trade fair in Cologne, Germany (June 4-6).

TriQuint has also released its new gallium arsenide (GaAs) power doubler that delivers the highest gain and output power among ‘green’ 12 Volt CATV amplifiers. The new amplifier provides RF output of +58dBmV/ch while consuming less than 8W, making it the highest output 12V GaAs solution in the CATV industry. Thanks to its low power consumption and gain, it can replace the equivalent of two legacy devices.

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