Products and Services

  1. Ultra Low Noise, High Linearity Active Bias Low Noise Amplifier: MGA-633P8
    The Ultra Low Noise, High Linearity Active Bias Low Noise Amplifier: MGA-633P8 is the latest addition to the Avago Technologies family of ultra low noise, high gain, high linearity Gallium Arsenide (GaAs) Active Bias Low Noise Amplifiers (LNA). The device provides Best In Class NF (0.38dB @ 900MHz) performance and is designed to be used as first stage LNA within cellular base station transceiver radio cards, tower mounted amplifiers (TMA), combiners, repeaters and remote/digital radio heads.
  2. Boost Received Signals And Maintain Noise Figure: 700 MHz to 2700 MHz LNA

    This low noise amplifier provides multiple broadband channels of high signal gain and linearity with low added noise levels, boosting received signals and maintaining system noise figure. The package itself contains three separate LNAs, and any of the three amplifiers can be independently bypassed via signal control.

  3. High Intercept Low Noise Amplifier: HILNA™ LS

    NuWaves' HILNA™ LS is a high intercept low noise amplifier (LNA) that can be used in a myriad of applications.

  4. Low-Noise Amplifier With Bypass/Shutdown Mode In Low Profile Package - MGA-645T6
    Avago Technologies’ MGA-645T6 is an economical, easy-to-use GaAs MMIC Low Noise Amplifier (LNA) with Bypass/ Shutdown mode. The LNA has low noise and high linearity achieved through the use of Avago Technologies’ proprietary 0.5um GaAs Enhancement-mode pHEMT process.
  5. 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.

  6. Discrete Low Power, Low Noise Amplifiers

    This line of Discrete Low Power/Low Noise Amplifiers from Skyworks are designed for use in battery powered receivers for applications involving Bluetooth®  headsets, wireless metering and security, wireless microphones, and public safety radio. They feature a 1.8 to 5V adjustable supply voltage, and a current draw as low as 5 mA.

  7. 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.
  8. 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.
  9. Low-Noise Amplifiers

    TMS ITAR Free, Low Noise Amplifiers (LNAs) cover a wide range of applications but are primarily suited to communication systems including both Data-Link and Satellite Communications (Satcom) systems. The new K-Band LNA operates over a 19.2 - 21.2 GHz with 1.3 dB Noise Figure at 25°C. It is configured with a waveguide input and 2.92 output connector all in a hermetic package.

  10. Broadband Low-Noise Amplifier: SKY67159-396LF

    The SKY67159-396LF is an ultra-broadband low-noise amplifier designed for FDD and TDD 2G/3G/4G LTE small-cell base stations. With features such as superior gain flatness, exceptional linearity, and an internal active bias circuitry, this LNA offers the ability to externally adjust supply current and provide stable performance over temperature and process variation.