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Low-Noise Amplifier With Bypass Mode In Low Profile Package - MGA-655T6 Low-Noise Amplifier With Bypass Mode In Low Profile Package - MGA-655T6
Avago Technologies' MGA-655T6 is an economical easy-to-use GaAs MMIC Low Noise Amplifier (LNA) with Bypass mode. The Bypass mode enables the LNA to be bypassed during high input signal power and reduce current consumption. Its housed in a low profile 2 x 1.3 x 0.4mm 6-pin Ultra Thin Package.
General-Purpose, Low-Noise Amplifier For Diverse 1.5 To 3.0 GHz Wireless Applications: SKY67014-396LF General-Purpose, Low-Noise Amplifier For Diverse 1.5 To 3.0 GHz Wireless Applications: SKY67014-396LF
Skyworks’ New Ultra Low Current, General Purpose Low Noise Amplifier for Diverse 1.5-3.0 GHz Wireless Applications. Skyworks is pleased to introduce a new LNA, the SKY67014-396LF, for battery powered receiver applications in the 450, 900 and 2400 MHz ISM bands. For more information, please visit us at IMS2011 MTT-S booth 1428, or download the available datasheet below.
Low Noise Amplifiers With High Linearity Offerings: MGA Series Low Noise Amplifiers With High Linearity Offerings: MGA Series
Avago presents four low-noise amplifiers (LNAs) to extend the RF performance and diversity of its market-leading LNA portfolio. The new modules feature high linearity that improves an application’s ability to distinguish between desired signals and spurious signals received close together. The MGA-6x606 LNAs target WiFi and WiMAX data cards, handsets and other portable devices, while the two-stage MGA-13x16 LNAs target GSM, CDMA and W-CDMA cellular infrastructure applications such as base station radio cards.
X-Band GaAs pHEMT Low Noise Amplifier X-Band GaAs pHEMT Low Noise Amplifier

This two-stage low noise amplifier (LNA) covers the 7 GHz to 11 GHz frequency range and is 1.5 mm x 1 mm x 0.05 mm. It features a 1dB noise figure at 9 GHz, 23dB small signal gain, and a P1dB output power of 15.5dBm under self-biased condition.

Low-Noise Amplifier Low-Noise Amplifier
A low noise amplifier is primarily used to amplify signals that have been captured by an antenna and are too weak to read making them unreliable when used in electronic communication systems. Because they are used in conjunction with antennas, a low noise amplifier will typically need to be mounted close to the antenna to minimize losses in the feed line.
1-6 GHz Positive Gain Slope Low Noise Amplifier In WaferCap SMT Package: VMMK-3603 1-6 GHz Positive Gain Slope Low Noise Amplifier In WaferCap SMT Package: VMMK-3603

This low noise amplifier is ideal for 3.1-10.6 GHz UWB LNA, 3.5 and 5-6 GHz WLAN and WiMax, 10.5 GHz PMP, 802.16/802.20 BWA systems, radar systems, ECM systems, and generic IF amplifier applications.

High-Linearity, Low-Noise Amplifiers High-Linearity, Low-Noise Amplifiers
The Ciao Wireless High Linearity LNAs eclipse the industry accepted standard "10-dB separation rule" ("headroom") for Output ICP3 separation above the 1-dB Compression Point. Ciao Wireless' Ultra-High Linearity LNAs feature an extended headroom of typically 16 to 17 dB between the 1-dB Compression Point and Output 3rd Order ICP. Typical Output 3rd Order ICP values range up to +42dBm for Octave Band Models with an Output P1-dB Point of +22 to +25 dBm.
Low Noise Amplifiers For Cellular Infrastructure, Military Communications and More Low Noise Amplifiers For Cellular Infrastructure, Military Communications and More

These low noise amplifiers (LNAs) by Skyworks feature an ultra-low noise figure, high input, and high linearity, and more. Both models are well suited for applications involving cellular infrastructure, military communications, metering, land mobile radios, public safety, and sensors.

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