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RMPA1850 Datasheet PDF


Part Number RMPA1850
Manufacturer Fairchild Semiconductor
Title Quad Band GSM/GPRS Power Amplifier Module
Description The RMPA1850 power amplifier module (PAM) is designed for GSM/GPRS cellular handset applications. The PAM a fully input and output 50Ω matched. It ...
Features I Quad band, matched module I High efficiency- 55% GSM850/900, 50% DCS/PCS I Integrated power control function I I I I I Compact 7*10*1.6mm module InGaP HBT technology GPRS class 12 capable Ruggedness 10:1 50 dB power control range General Description The RMPA1850 power amplifier module (PAM) is desi...

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