Mouser showcases wireless offerings

Mouser showcases wireless offerings

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Recently, Mouser has focussed on introducing a range of new products targetting designers of wireless products.
By Ally Winning


The new products are intended for a wide range of wireless applications from Bluetooth connectivity prototyping, to providing faster Wi-Fi networks and making satellite communication development simpler.

Mouser has added the wireless devices to assist get designs to market quicker. The new range of products is supported by development systems, wireless subsystems, and devices such as connectors and antennas — all of which are compliant with the relevant Wi-Fi and Bluetooth standards.

New product highlights include:

Analog Devices ADMV4530 Ka-Band Upconverter:

A highly integrated upconverter that supports high-throughput satellite or point-to-point microwave communications by upconverting input frequencies to the Ka-band. The device cuts on size and power by integrating a mixer, frequency doubler, automatic gain control (AGC), voltage-controlled oscillator (VCO) with a synthesizer and driver amplifier. It is supporrted by evaluation boards to quicken the development of products.

Qorvo QPF4800 Dual-Band Front End Module (FEM):

This integrated Wi-Fi 6 FEM has been developed for a broad range of applications including wireless routers, access points, set-top boxes, and residential gateways. It has both 2.4 GHz and 5.0 GHz power amplifiers. Wi-Fi 6 offers the fastest Wi-Fi data rates and is intended to support more devices and more channels with better congestion avoidance.

NXP Semiconductors QN9090 and QN9030 SoCs:

These smart connectivity SoCs support Bluetooth 5 LE connectivity and feature optional NFC NTAG capabilities. The devices are built around an Arm Cortex-M4 processor supported by up to 640 Kbyte flash and 152 Kbyte SRAM to help support complex applications and OTA updates.

Midwest Microwave / Cinch Connectivity Solutions Commercial-Grade Terminations:

These connectors have been developed for commercial-grade applications such as active antenna systems, 5G network hardware, and test setups. They operate at 40 GHz (2.92 mm models) and 50 GHz (2.4 mm models). They are built from passivated stainless-steel to give an ideal balance of cost-effectiveness and performance.

Silicon Labs SLTB010A Thunderboard Development Platform:

The prototyping and development platform is designed to help developers build energy-efficient connected IoT nodes. The platform offers a Bluetooth 5.2 radio core with 2.4 GHz matching network and chip antenna. It also features a range of environmental sensors including humidity, temperature, UV index and ambient light, as well as a 6-axis inertial sensor.

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