Skyworks Releases Latest 2.4 GHz WLAN Front-End Module

June 21, 2018 Skyworks Solutions, Inc.

Skyworks is pleased to introduce the SKY85309-11, the industry’s highest power, fully integrated front-end module (FEM) for 802.11ac Internet of Things (IoT) applications. The FEM incorporates a 2.4 GHz single-pole, double-throw (SPDT) transmit/receive switch, a low-noise amplifier with bypass and a power amplifier. It features high gain (32 dB) to improve system-on-chip (SoC) linearity and includes a receive filter port for co-existence filters without loss on the transmit path. The FEM reduces costs by meeting maximum FCC EIRP requirements with only two streams and comes in a compact, 24-pin 3 x 5 mm Quad Flat No-Lead (QFN) package. This feature-rich device is ideal for IoT applications including access points, routers and gateways.

Skyworks Solutions, Inc. is empowering the wireless networking revolution. Our highly innovative analog semiconductors are connecting people, places and things spanning a number of new and previously unimagined applications within the automotive, broadband, cellular infrastructure, connected home, industrial, medical, military, smartphone, tablet and wearable markets. Skyworks is a global company with engineering, marketing, operations, sales and support facilities located throughout Asia, Europe and North America and is a member of the S&P 500® and Nasdaq-100® market indices (NASDAQ: SWKS). For more information, please visit Skyworks’ website at: www.skyworksinc.com.

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