Products and Services

  1. FEMs, LNA, PAs, and Switches for Video Game Consoles

    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.

  2. High Gain Two Stage LNAs

    Skyworks is pleased to introduce a series of high gain, two stage LNAs employing both GaAs pHEMT and GaAs HBT technology that offer very low noise figure, high linearity and excellent return loss in a small, quad flat, 4 mm squared leadless package. On-die, active-bias design ensures consistent performance and enables unconditional stability. The pHEMT front-end enables ultra low noise figure, while the HBT-based output stage provides customers a compelling solution with both high linearity and efficiency.

  3. 500 MHz – 40 GHz Ultra-Wideband Low Noise Amplifier: Model PEC-42-500M40G-20-12-292MM

    Planar Monolithics industries (PMI) offers the Model PEC-42-500M40G-20-12-292MM ultra-wideband low noise amplifier (LNA) designed for applications operating in the 500 MHz to 40 GHz frequency range. The LNA typically provides 42 dB of gain with a noise figure of 5.5 dB at 20 GHz.

  4. Low Noise Millimeter Wave Amplifiers (LNA)

    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).

  5. 20 MHz to 6 GHz Gain Block Amplifier: AM1024

    Atlanta Micro’s AM1024 is a high dynamic, cascadable gain block amplifier that covers the 20 MHz to 6 GHz range and comes in a 3mm QFN package. It can be powered by either a +3.3VDC or +5.0VDC power supply and features flat gain (20 dB) and a noise figure of 2.0/3.3 dB.

  6. Ultra Low Phase Noise RF Amplifier: HX2400
    The Holzworth HX2400 is a broadband, Ultra Low Phase Noise RF Amplifier originally designed for use in laboratory and measurement applications where low phase noise and low additive jitter are critical. The proprietary circuitry allows for broadband, ultra low phase noise performance while being powered via a typical bench top power supply.
  7. RF2815: GPS Low-Noise Amplifier With Integrated Filter
    The RF2815 is a high-performance low-noise amplifier (LNA) module with integrated cellular and PCS band filtering. Developed for use in GPS receivers, this module provides an excellent combination of low noise figure, high gain, high linearity, and low power consumption which is ideal for battery-operated GPS solutions.
  8. Ultra-Low Noise Amplifier: SKY67151-396LF

    This high performance, GaAs, pHEMT low-noise amplifier (LNA) covers the 0.7-3.8 GHz frequency range and is ideal for applications involving LTE, GSM, WCDMA, HSDPA macro and micro base stations, high temperature transceiver applications, L and S band ultra-low noise receivers, cellular repeaters, and DAS, and RRH/RRUs.

  9. Low Noise Amplifiers: HLNA Series
    The HLNA Series of Low Noise Amplifiers covers the frequency range from 14 to 110 GHz. A wide variety of gain and bandwidth combinations are available to provide solutions for radar systems, communications systems and other applications. Variations of the amplifiers listed in the HLNA data sheet and totally new amplifier designs can also be provided, usually without an NRE charge. Most models offer single bias operation with internal regulation and bias sequencing. MMIC technology is employed in every amplifier for high reliability and repeatability.
  10. 20 MHz to 8 GHz Gain Block Amplifier: AM1022

    Atlanta Micro’s AM1022 is an unconditionally stable gain block amplifier covering the 20 MHz to 8 GHz frequency range. It features 13 dB gain, a 2.0 dB noise figure, +24 dBm OIP3, +12/+15 dBm P1dB, and a 1.8V, 26 mA or +3.3V, 45 mA power supply.