The ever growing demand to integrate more and more functionality into one mobile phone leads to many challenges when transmitter and receiver have to work simultaneously without degrading the performance of each other. In today’s smartphones a GNSS receiver co-exists with transceivers in the GSM/ EDGE/ UMTS/ LTE bands. These 3G/4G transceivers transmit high power in the range of +24 dBm which—due to insufficient isolation—can couple to the GNSS receiver and drastically decrease system sensitivity. In order to avoid this, Infineon’s LNAs and modules offer optimized out-of-band input intercept point and lowest noise figure, thus dramatically improving sensitivity compared to other solutions available in the market today.

Attendees will learn:

  • The importance of using LNAs and modules for GPS, Glonass and Beidou solutions
  • Understand GNSS LNAs key performance parameters,
  • Learn to know latest developments in GNSS LNAs and modules

Who should attend:

  • Application Engineers
  • Design Engineers
  • Test Engineers
  • Product Managers
  • RF specialists


Bernardo Knoblich, Product Marketing Manager, Infineon Technologies AG, Munich

Bernardo Knoblich has been working for Infineon Technologies since Nov 2011 as the responsible marketer for MMIC solutions. Previous to that Bernardo held different Marketing positions at TDK-EPC. He holds a master in Microwave Engineering at TUM and an MBA at Grenoble Graduate School of Business.