SiGe 5G transmit pre-driver and LNA from NXP

SiGe 5G transmit pre-driver and LNA from NXP

  • BTS6201U 2.3 – 4.2GHz pre-driver
    3 x 3 x 0.85mm 16pad HVQFN
  • BTS6302U 2.3 – 5GHz pre-driver
    3 x 3 x 0.85mm 16pad HVQFN
  • BTS7203H 2.3 – 2.7GHz +37dB dual LNA
    5 x 5 x 0.85mm 32pad HVQFN
  • BTS7203U 3.3 – 4.2GHz  +36dB dual LNA
    5 x 5 x 0.85mm 32pad HVQFN

“While traditional base stations provide four to eight transmit and receive channels, 5G massive MIMO infrastructure designs typically call for 32 or 64 transmit and receive channels,” according to the company.

SiGe 5G transmit pre-driver and LNA from NXPBTS6302U pre-driver has an integrated balun

The amplifier is unconditionally stable and has an ACLR (adjacent channel leakage ratio) of -43dBc.

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Running for 5V it consumes 68mA quiescent.

SiGe 5G transmit pre-driver and LNA from NXP

Each channel of the BTS7203U (right) has a switch for a 50Ω terminating Resistor for handling transmit signals up to 37dBm (9dB PAPR). Dissipation is 170mW per channel.

The amplifier is matched to 50Ω and integrates harmonic and out-of-band filtering.

The BTS6302U data sheet is here

The BTS7203U Rx front end product pages is here