Infineon introduces GPS receive front-end module

Infineon Technologies has introduced the world's smallest GPS receive front-end module.

The BGM681L11 includes all key components to amplify a GPS signal and filter out interference in a module occupying 3.75mm The GPS receive front-end module incorporates Infineon's GPS LNA chip, two integrated filters with high ESD ruggedness and an input and output filter in a leadless TSLP11-1 package that measures 2.5mm x 2.5mm x 0.6mm

'The BGM681L11 helps handset manufacturers fulfil the toughest space requirements,' said Michael Mauer, senior marketing director silicon discretes at Infineon Technologies.

Infineon said that this package is more than 60 per cent smaller than the closest competitor offering with similar integration level.

Alternatively, the GPS LNA chip is also available as the standalone device BGA615L7 based on silicon germanium process technology.


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