WJ Communications Introduces Seven Intermediate Power Amps; Ideal for Next Generation and Multi-carrier 3G Base Stations

SAN JOSE, Calif.—(BUSINESS WIRE)—July 29, 2004— WJ Communications, Inc. (NASDAQ: WJCI), a leading designer and supplier of RF semiconductors and multi-chip modules, today announced that it has introduced seven intermediate power amplifiers. These RF amplifiers are specifically designed for the cellular, ISM and MMDS bands and provide power output in the range of 0.5 to 2.0 W. All of these products are manufactured using WJ's highly reliable InGaP HBT process.

"The ECP series have exceptionally good linearity so their ACPR/ACLR performance is competitive with much higher power LDMOS products," said Ron Buswell, senior vice president of marketing and product line management for WJ Communications. "We believe this family of new products will provide equipment manufacturers high levels of performance and integrated functionality."

Product Overview

The EC intermediate power amplifier series are high dynamic range driver amplifiers in low-cost surface mount packages. The InGaP HBT is able to achieve high performance for various narrowband-tuned application circuits with up to +49 dBm OIP3 and +33 dBm of compressed 1 dB power. All devices are 100% RF and DC tested. These amplifiers are targeted for use as driver amplifiers in wireless infrastructure for which high linearity and medium power are required.
         Fre-   Small
WJ       quency Signal Noise                   Supply
Model    Range  Gain   Figure P1dB  OIP3  VSWR Voltage Current Package
Number   (MHz)  (dB)   (dB)   (dBm) (dBm) (I/O)  (V)    (mA)   Style
ECP200    400-    18     8    +33    +49   1.4/   +5    800    QFN,
           2300                             2.3                 SOIC-8
ECP203/a  2100-   10     7    +32.5  +48   2.3/   +5    800    QFN,
           2700                             2.0                 SOIC-8
ECP100    400-    17     6    +31    +46   1.4/   +5    450    QFN,
           2300                             1.9                 SOIC-8
ECP103/a  2100-   11    6.5   +30.5  +46   1.4/   +5    450    QFN,
           2700                             1.9                 SOIC-8
ECP050    1800-   15     5    +28    +43   1.4/   +5    250    QFN,
           2300                             2.3                 SOIC-8
ECP053/a  2100-   13     6    +28    +43   1.4/   +5    250    QFN,
           2700                             1.9                 SOIC-8
ECP052    800-    18     7    +28    +43   1.4/   +5    250    QFN,
           1000                             2.3                 SOIC-8
/a  Data is shown at 2.45 GHz; ECPXX0 @ 1.96 GHz; ECP052 @ 900 MHz.

Price and Availability

Fully assembled evaluation boards and loose samples are available now and can be requested directly from the WJ website ( www.wj.com). Please contact your WJ representative for pricing information.

About WJ Communications

WJ Communications Inc. is a leading RF semiconductor company focusing on the design and manufacture of high-quality devices, chip sets and multi-chip modules (MCMs) for telecommunications, RF identification (RFID) and homeland security systems worldwide. WJ's highly reliable amplifiers, mixers, RF integrated circuits (RFICs), RFID reader modules, chipsets and MCM products are used to transmit, receive and process signals that enable current and next generation wireless and wireline services. For more information visit www.wj.com or call (408) 577-6200.

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