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Low Drop Out Regulator powers RF systems.

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Model SP6260 eliminates any need for reference bypass capacitors in applications requiring low output noise performance such as mobile phones. Features include noise output of 30 µVm, dropout voltage of 150 mV at 100 mA, shutdown current of 0.1 µA, quiescent current of 25 µA, 70 dB power supply rejection ratio, and -40 to +125°C junction temperature range. Units are lead-free, ROHS compliant and available with fixed output voltages from 1.5-3.3 V.



Original Press Release:



The Innovative SP6260 LDO Eliminates Reference Bypass Capacitor in Low Noise Applications



MILPITAS, Calif., July 9 -- Sipex Corporation (NASDAQ:SIPX) today announced the SP6260, an LDO designed to power RF systems. The device uses a simple innovative circuit eliminating the need for the reference bypass capacitor normally required for low output noise performance in applications such as mobile phones and portable instrumentation.

The SP6260 produces a minimal output noise of 30 uVm (10-100 kHz), and without the need of the reference bypass capacitor, minimizes the board space required for the LDO. With a dropout voltage of 150 mV @ 100 mA, a shutdown current of 0.1 uA, and a quiescent current of only 25 uA, the SP6260 maximizes battery life.

Additionally, the device features an excellent 70 dB power supply rejection ratio (PSRR) which provides isolation from noise generated from within the application and is available in fixed output voltages from 1.5-3.3 V.

Pricing and availability

Offered in a small SOT23-5 package and specified over a -40 to +125°C junction temperature range, the SP6260 is lead-free and RoHS compliant. It is priced at $0.25 each in quantities of 1,000 units.

The datasheet and additional support and design documentation can be found at http://www.sipex.com/.

About Sipex Corporation

Sipex Corporation is an analog semiconductor company that addresses standard linear and application specific standard products (ASSP) for customer systems that are primarily targeted at the consumer, networking and industrial markets. The products are categorized into three synergistic areas of power management, interface and optical storage. Sipex is a global company with operations in Asia, Europe and North America. It is the mission of the company to create innovative analog products that enable customers to produce differentiated products. For more information about Sipex, visit http://www.sipex.com/.

Source: Sipex Corporation CONTACT: Jon Cronk, Director Power Management, of Sipex Corporation, +1-408-934-7500, fax, +1-408-935-7678, JCronk@sipex.com

Web site: http://www.sipex.com/

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