NXP treated visitors to its booth at the 2013 IMS to a display of its solid-state power devices, with solutions targeted to specific market areas, such as Industrial-Scientic-Medical (ISM) applications.
At the 2013 IMS, NXP’s booth personnel offered advice on a number of different high-power RF solid-state applications, including for communications and for heating.
NXP’s booth at the 2013 IMS offered several examples of its power transistors at work, including this solid-state cooker.
As another application example of its power transistors at work at its 2013 IMS booth, a number of NXP power transistor are mounted into this compact solid-state amplifier.
This compact demonstration circuit was on display at the NXP booth at the 2013 IMS, showing a high-power model BLF2425M7L LDMOS power transistor with 140 W output power across the Industrial-Scientific-Medical (ISM) band of 2.4 to 2.5 GHz.
Visitors to the NXP booth at the 2013 IMS could see computer-assisted displays of output power at different test frequencies for a number of the firm’s different discrete transistors.
Among the different test fixtures on display at their booth at the 2013 IMS, NXP showed its model CLF1G0060(S)-10 transistor, a gallium nitride (GaN) high-electron-mobility-transistor (HEMT) device capable of 10 W output power from DC to 6 GHz.
NXP also showed this test fixture at the 2013 IMS, with a model CLF1G0035(S)-50 gallium nitride (GaN) power HEMT transistor capable of 50 W output power from DC to 3.5 GHz.
A full suite of test equipment were used to display the output-power capabilities of its different high-power transistors at the NXP booth at the 2013 IMS exhibition.
NXP’s booth at the 2013 IMS included a variety of devices for applications in satellite-communications (satcom) systems, including in low-noise block (LNB) downconverters.
In addition to its power devices, NXP displayed a number of its transistors suitable for low-noise-amplifier (LNA) design at the 2013 IMS.
At the 2013 IMS, NXP reminded visitors to their booth that their “Engineer’s Corner” exists to serve their customers with advice and guidance on the use of their various semiconductor-based devices.
NXP showcased and demonstrated their latest products at the International Microwave Symposium 2013 in Seattle, WA.
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