Guerrilla RF, Inc. is proud to announce the organization has now received final award status for ISO9001:2015 certification by TUV Rheinland of North America, a 3rd party registrar.
October 4, 2017 - Geneva, Ill.: Richardson RFPD, Inc. announced today the availability and full design support capabilities for three of the newest parts from Guerrilla RF, Inc.
GREENSBORO, N.C. – September 25, 2017 – 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 another milestone achievement. Guerrilla RF is proud to announce the organization has been recommended for ISO 9001:2015 certification by TUV Rheinland of North America, a 3rd party registrar.
Features High Gain and Linearity, 0.8 dB Noise Figure, Low Current and Simple Broadband Matching for VHF to 3.8 GHz Applications
Low Loss and High Linearity, Combined with Failsafe Operation, for Applications from 100 MHz up to 3.8 GHz
Guerrilla RF Inc., a leading provider of high performance microchips for wireless network infrastructure, today announces the closing of a $900,000 Series C funding round with participation from multiple angel investors.
Greensboro NC, USA – August 3, 2016 — RF & microwave electronic components’ distributor East Coast Microwave LLC, an industry leader in RF & microwave connectors, cable assemblies & components, and Guerrilla RF, a leading provider of high performance monolithic microwave integrated circuits (MMICs) for the wireless infrastructure market, announced today they have signed a distribution agreement.
Guerrilla RF Inc., a leading provider of high performance MMICs, today introduces GRF2105 – a new addition to the company’s growing list of broadband, linear LNA devices. This LNA is targeted at small cells, cellular boosters and other broadband, high performance applications offering broadband frequency coverage with a minimal number of external components. It is offered in an ultra-small 1.5 x 1.5 mm DFN-6 package thus sharing a common pin out with numerous other GRF devices including the GRF400X and GRF201X device families.
Guerrilla RF Inc., a leading provider of high performance MMICs, today introduces the GRF207X and GRF208X families of ultra- low noise amplifiers, adding to the company’s growing portfolio of infrastructure amplifiers. The devices are offered in an industry standard 2x2 mm DFN-8 package.
Mouser Electronics, Inc. today announced an exclusive global distribution agreement with Guerrilla RF, a leading provider of high-performance monolithic microwave integrated circuits (MMICs) to wireless infrastructure manufacturers.
Guerrilla RF Inc., a leading provider of high performance MMICs, today introduces new additions to the company’s family of high linearity gain blocks featuring a unique combination of simple-application schematic, flat gain and high compressed output power which operate from 50 MHz up to as high as 8 GHz. The GRF201X family of devices is offered in a 1.5 x 1.5 mm DFN-6 package and the GRF301X family is packaged in the popular SOT-89. Devices from both families provide strong linearity measured over a wide temperature range from -40C to +105C and over-tone spacing up to 100 MHz.
Cost-effective LNA Features Industry-leading RF Capability; Optimal for Demanding Small Cell, Cellular Booster and Repeater Applications
Next-generation Gain Blocks Ideal as Cost-effective, Broadband Pre-Drivers for Today’s Advanced GaN-based Power Amplifiers.
Guerrilla RF featured on TWC News14!
Chris DeMartino interviews Guerrilla RF Founder and CEO Ryan Pratt.
Guerrilla RF Inc., a Greensboro-based provider of microchips for wireless network infrastructure, announced that it has begun mass production of devices such as a ultra-low noise amplifiers.
Company Now Ramping 10 Production Parts; Expected to Reach 20 Devices by the End Q3
This article was written by the Guerrilla RF Applications team of Frank Nicosia and Alan Ake for Microwave Product Digest’s May 2015 issue. The article provides excellent insight and information, while highlighting the performance of our GRF5040 device.
Solutions Enable Small Cells, Cellular Repeaters, LTE/WCDMA, Linear/Saturated Driver Amplifiers and other Wireless Infrastructure Applications
Capital to Launch Additional Products into Mass Production and Generate Self-sustaining Cash Flow
Guerrilla Armor™ Enhances Robust, Rugged Radio Architecture and Greatly Improves Device Capability to withstand High RF Input Power without Damage
Capital to Launch First Products into Mass Production and Develop Additional Solutions
The GRF5020 is Designed for High Performance Linear Transmit Driver Amplifiers and Multi-stage LNAs Spanning 700 – 3800 MHz.
Guerrilla RF's Low-cost, Compact, Flat-gain Ultra LNAs and Linear PAs Enable High Performance for Demanding 802.11ac Applications.
Guerrilla RF's GRF2104 LNA Provides Excellent Linearity, Flat Gain and Ultra-low NF for Small Cells and Wireless Infrastructure Devices Covering a Wide Frequency Range with a Single Match
Guerrilla RF's new Ultra-LNA family features industry leading noise figure, gain and linearity for infrastructure applications covering 1700 - 3800 MHz.
Ryan Pratt didn’t initially set out to solve a problem that frustrates many in the tech industry and beyond.
The founder and CEO of Guerilla RF simply wanted to keep his young family in the Triad area of North Carolina after his early 2013 lay off from Skyworks, a local semiconductor manufacturer.
Since his only job offers came from well outside the Triad, where Pratt grew up, he began to tinker in his chosen field of integrated circuit design, attempting to generate product ideas for his own business. Pratt brainstormed, bounced ideas off mentors and former colleagues, and pondered known issues that vexed the semiconductor industry.
A startup wireless infrastructure company based in Greensboro will use about $800,000 in new angel investor funds to get its technology to the production stage, according to officials with the Piedmont Angel Network...
Guerrilla RF, Inc., a leading provider of high performance MMICs, announces the introduction of two new families of broadband low noise amplifiers. These low noise, linear gain blocks have been designed for small cell, wireless infrastructure and high performance general purpose applications. The devices exhibit outstanding RF performance over multiple GHz bandwidths with little or no external RF matching, delivering excellent NF and linearity over supply voltages ranging from 1.8 to 5.0 volts. Bias currents can be set independently from Vdd, allowing a linear solution with optimal efficiency. These amplifiers are suitable for applications requiring 1st/2nd LNA or as linear transmit drivers. The GRF350x family is offered in an industry standard SOT-89 package, while the GRF400x family is available in a 6-pin DFN package (1.5mm x 1.5mm).
Today, Guerrilla RF, Inc., a leading provider of high performance MMICs, is pleased to announce the introduction of our family of 5GHz low noise amplifiers. The GRF25xx family is a series of ultra-low noise amplifiers (LNAs) designed for IEEE 802.11a/n/ac applications in the 5GHz band (4.9GHz to 5.95GHz). These devices exhibit best-inclass noise figures (NFs) as low as 0.6 dB across the band, along with excellent gain and high linearity. Furthermore, they can be biased with Vdd from 2.7 to 5.0 volts
Greensboro, NC – GRF2060/GRF2062; Broadband Low Noise Amplifiers – Today, Guerrilla RF, Inc., a leading provider of high performance MMICs, is pleased to announce the introduction of our first family of broadband, low noise amplifiers featuring Guerrilla Armor™, our patented and proprietary architecture for insuring high off-state isolation for the LNA under high RF input power level conditions.
RF Micro Devices, the wireless chip maker that has grown into a key supplier to the cell phone industry over the past two decades, has had its ups and downs in terms of hiring and downsizing. But nobody in Greensboro would say they wouldn’t love another 1,000-plus-employee international technology firm in town.
Maybe the city will get one in the form of Guerrilla RF, a wireless tech startup that claimed a $50,000 grant in the latest NC IDEA entrepreneurship competition. Guerrilla RF has developed patent-pending new technology it says significantly increases the capacity of wireless networks, and it will use the grant funding to develop its prototypes.
NC IDEA Awards Over $200,000 in Grants and Crosses $3.0M Total Funding Mark
Guerrilla RF offers high performance RF microchips to improve high speed mobile data coverage. Their products enable better coverage area and higher data rates for cellular and Wi-Fi data networks. Through patent pending technology and deep domain expertise, Guerrilla RF addresses the unmet performance and functionality needs of mobile data infrastructure equipment manufacturers and network providers. Learn more at www.guerrilla-rf.com.