This low noise amplifier (LNA) features internal voltage regulation, unconditional stability, and an integrated bias-tee on the output port. It covers the 2-18 GHz frequency range and provides 30dB of gain while maintaining +2.0dB maximum gain flatness over the operating frequency. The amplifier requires +12 to +15VDC, and its current draw is less than 350mA.
The HILNA™ HF is a low noise amplifier (LNA) featuring high linearity, a wide dynamic range, high intercept, reverse voltage protection, a wide operational voltage range, internal bandpass filtering, low noise, high gain, an internal regulator/active bias, high reliability, multi-octave frequency coverage, a ruggedized assembly, and more.
If the last few generations of video consoles taught us anything, it’s that gamers have almost entirely embraced internet connectivity in their systems, and that wired controllers are a thing of the past. This page provides an overview of Skyworks’ front-end modules, low noise amplifiers, switches, and power detectors used in Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo consoles. These components help facilitate online play and wireless controller connectivity.
NuWaves’ HILNA CX is part of their family of high-intercept-low-noise amplifiers. It covers the C-X band and delivers 35 dB gain across the band. It features a small size (1.2 cubic inches) and can be integrated into systems without regard to power supply precision because of its robust power supply.
Low noise amplifiers (LNAs) from Millitech feature state-of-the-art noise figure performance, wideband coverage, a modular, compact design, internal voltage regulation and bias circuitry, and 2.92, 2.4, 1.85 mm or Waveguide interfaces (as required).
This low noise amplifier (LNA) front-end module includes a BDS/GPS/GNSS pre-filter and ideal for Galileo receiver applications, smartphones, and tablets. It features a small signal gain, a low noise figure, low current consumption, a single 1.8 to 3.6 V single DC supply, and input/output impedance internally matched to 50Ω.
Northrop Grumman Microelectronics Products & Services’ latest entry in their series of W-band products include two new InP HEMT low noise amplifiers covering the 71-96 and 80-100 GHz frequency ranges. Both amplifiers are ideal for applications involving W-band imaging, sensors, radar, and short haul/high capacity links.