In March of 2018, Transparency Market Research published a report announcing that the worldwide low noise amplifier market is estimated to be worth US$ 7.9B by 2026.
The LNA industry is fragmented with the usual group of semiconductor companies. Circuit Seed is a new platform utilising the Complementary Current injection Field Effect Transistor (CiFET) for processing analog signals using 100% digital components. This allows you to build a low noise amplifier using only two CiFETs which can be perfectly tuned to a 50 or 100 ohm antenna by adjusting the i-ratio.
The power consumption is a fraction of traditional LNA devices, with a lower noise floor resulting in better range and lower SNR. The small size, less complexity and fewer BOM lowers the cost of the device. Circuit Seed is an ideal solution for low power LNAs.
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Dr. Susan Schober Co-Founder
Dr. Schober is an inventor and entrepreneur with expertise in the area of electrical engineering and analog integrated circuit design.
Robert C. Schober Co-Founder
Robert C. Schober is an expert in integrated circuit design
Eran Dor Executive Advisor - RF Specialist
Eran Dor is an expert in System Engineering, particularly in the area of RF and analog design
Dr. Aaron Curry Invention Advisor
Aaron Curry is an expert in electrical engineering
Alberto Perez Invention Engineering Analyst
Alberto Perez is an Invention Analyst at InventionShare