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Recommend replacement for obsolete BJT

Question asked by Matt findlow on Aug 6, 2017
Latest reply on Aug 15, 2017 by LPP

Hi,  I am copying a Silicon Labs board which has an obsolete BJT.  I was wondering what NXP had to offer that might be a suitable replacement. Package type doesn't have to match. RF performance parameters at bottom of page says the current is 360mA.

 

NESG250134-T1-AZ

FEATURES • This product is suitable for medium output power (800 mW) amplification PO = 29 dBm TYP. @ VCE = 3.6 V, Pin = 15 dBm, f = 460 MHz PO = 29 dBm TYP. @ VCE = 3.6 V, Pin = 20 dBm, f = 900 MHz • MSG (Maximum Stable Gain) = 23 dB TYP., @ VCE = 3.6 V, Ic = 100 mA, f = 460 MHz • Using UHS2-HV process (SiGe technology), VCBO (ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS) = 20 V • 3-pin power minimold (34 package)

 

http://www.xhl.com.cn/upfile/Image/2012/3/20120324095912.pdf

 

http://www.xhl.com.cn/upfile/Image/2012/3/20120324095912.pdf PG16

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