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Cost-Effective RF Mixer Family

The GRF7001, a high linearity mixer with integrated LO buffer, marks the launch of a new frequency conversion family. This device features low conversion loss and may be used as an up or down converter. Its inputs and outputs are single-ended and internally matched to 50 ohms. The device implementation requires an external image-reject filter […]

Low Noise Amplifiers/Linear Drivers

New broadband, low-current, low noise, linear amplifiers, with and without integrated bypass, cover a wide bandwidth with minimal external parts – yielding a compact, low-cost solution. Both devices are tunable over 100 to 3800 MHz, and each part exhibits outstanding gain and noise figure with a typical bias condition of 3.3V and 15mA. GUERRILLA RF […]

VFTT – Guerrilla RF

Ryan Pratt, Founder and CEO, Guerrilla RF MPD: Millimeter wave frequencies will be used for cellular communications for the first time in 5G. What challenges and opportunities does this present for the microwave industry? RP: The main challenge I see with millimeter wave cellular applications is in meeting the volume and cost demands of that market.  Traditionally, […]

Guerrilla RF Awarded ISO 9001:2015 Certification

Guerrilla RF, Inc., rapidly becoming known around the world as the leader in high performance microchips for wireless RF and Microwave IC’s, today announces an update to the previous milestone achievement.  Guerrilla RF is proud to announce the organization has progressed from recommended status to final confirmation they have been awarded ISO9001:2015 certification status by […]

Guerrilla RF – View From the Top

by Ryan Pratt, Founder & CEO – Guerrilla RF MPD: The fifth generation of cellular is rapidly approaching and the immense scope of 5G seems almost certain to present significant opportunities for the RF and microwave industry. What is your perspective on this issue?  RP: 5G will present major opportunities for the RF/microwave industry. One of the key […]

To De-embed or Not?

by Alan Ake Vice President of Applications Engineering/Technical Marketing Guerrilla RF As applications engineers frequently supporting ultra-low noise amplifiers (LNAs), questions often arise regarding the presentation of noise figure (NF) data to customers. Clearly, de-embedding NF to the input and output pins of the amplifier results in the most impressive numbers being put forth into the […]