Classified according to transition frequency and noise / gain performance, our wideband transistors offer a host of package, process and specifications options. The range is now up to its 7th generation, delivering operating frequencies from 100 MHz to 20 GHz.

    Automotive Bipolar Transistors

    The fT-IT C curve represents Transition Frequency (fT T) characteristics as a function of collector current (IT C) for the six generations of RF wideband transistors. A group of transistors having the same collector current (IT C) & similar transition frequencies (fT T) represents a curve. The curve number matches products in the table, detailing their RF characteristics.

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    Features

    • Very high gain
    • Broad portfolio (1st - 7th generation)
    • Low noise
    • Short leadtimes
    • Low current consumption
    • Smallest packages
    • Easier heatsinking - via emitter lead
    • Volume delivery
    • Wide range of package options including SOT343F, a small, 4-pin, flat-lead plastic SMD package

    Target Applications

    • Mobile phone ODM/CEM designs
    • Cordless phones
    • Tire pressure measuring systems
    • Tuners
    • GPS receivers; Satellite LNB, STB, multi-switch box

    Automotive Bipolar Transistors

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