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PXAE261908NF V1

PXAE261908NF-V1

High Power RF LDMOS FET 240 W,28 V, 2515 – 2675 MHz

The PXAE261908NF is a 240-watt (P3dB) LDMOS FET intended for use in multi-standard cellular power amplifier applications in the 2515 to 2675 MHz frequency band. Features include input and output matching, high gain and a thermally-enhanced package with earless flange. Manufactured with Wolfspeed’s advanced LDMOS process, this device provides excellent thermal performance and superior reliability.

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PXAE261908NF-V1
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LDMOS
2.515 GHz
2.675 GHz
240 W
13.5 dB
47%
28 V
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  • Typical pulsed CW performance, 2675 MHz, 28 V
    • Output power at P1dB = 51 W
    • Output power at P3dB = 240 W
    • Gain = 11.8 dB
    • Efficiency = 60%
  • Integrated ESD protection
  • Human Body Model, Class 2 (per ANSI/ESDA/JEDEC JS-001)
  • Low thermal resistance
  • Pb-free and RoHS compliant
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