Products and Services

  1. 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.
  2. 20 MHz to 6 GHz Gain Block Amplifier: AM1016

    Atlanta Micro’s AM1016 is a cascadable gain block amplifier with 14 dB gain, a 2.0 dB noise figure, +30 dBm OIP3, +17 dBm P1db, a 3.3V, 48 mA supply, a -40C to +85C operating temperature, and unconditional stability. It’s operational to +1.7V and comes in a 3mm QFN package.

  3. 20 MHz to 8 GHz Gain Block Amplifier: AM1023

    This gain block amplifier covers the 20 MHz to 8 GHz frequency range. It exhibits flat gain (19 dB), a 2.5 dB noise figure, and unconditional stability over the -40C to +85C operating temperature range. It comes in a 3mm QFN package and is operational to 1.7V.

  4. 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.

  5. 80-100 GHz Balanced Low Noise Amplifier (LNA): ALH495

    This low noise amplifier (LNA) is ideal for applications involving radar, short haul/high capacity links, sensors, millimeter-wave imaging RC chains, and other applications where broad bandwidth and good return loss are important.

  6. 3-Channel Low Noise Amplifier

    Corry Micronics offers the CMILNA-847-1747-S broadband low noise amplifier (LNA) with three independently amplified channels in a common housing. Features include an ultra-low noise figure of 2 dB and greater than 18 dB of gain, making this LNA ideal for a number of applications, such as cellular base stations, software defined and field communication radios, FM and AM receivers, switch matrices, lab use, WiFi, surveillance sub-systems, satellite systems, and other pre-amplification applications.

  7. 50 To 65 GHz Low-Noise Amplifier
    The HLNAV-364 low-noise amplifier from HXI covers the frequency range from 50 to 65 GHz minimum and is usable over a wider range. The unit offers a minimum of 25 dB of gain over that range.
  8. 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.

  9. Ka Band Low Noise Amplifier: AML1820L3611

    The AML1820L3611 is a low noise amplifier (LNA) that operates in the Ka band.