Products and Services

  1. 3-Channel Low Noise Amplifier
    8/14/2017

    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.

  2. 2.7 To 3.1 GHz Low Noise Amplifier: ERZ-LNA-0270-0310-30-0.5
    1/26/2018

    The ERZ-LNA-0270-0310-30-0.5 is a low noise amplifier (LNA) from Erzia is designed for applications operating within the 2.7 to 3.1 GHz frequency range. The LNA provides 29 dB of gain with a noise figure of 0.5 dB. Its modularity and compact size make it an optimal choice for a wide range of applications, including industrial, laboratory, satcom, telecom, space, aerospace, and military applications.

  3. 1-6 GHz Positive Gain Slope Low Noise Amplifier In WaferCap SMT Package: VMMK-3603
    12/5/2011

    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.

  4. X-Band GaAs pHEMT Low Noise Amplifier
    7/3/2013

    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.

  5. Low-Noise Amplifiers For S-Band Applications
    4/7/2010
    These Low Noise Amplifiers are built with GaAs p-HEMT die attached on a ceramic thick film substrate. Alumina, the most commonly used type of ceramic, is what RHIC has chosen due to its relatively high thermal conductivity. These Low Noise Amplifiers are focused on giving the lowest noise possible; exhibiting low noise performance of better than 1dB noise figure. The devices work at input levels as high as 20dBm thanks to the initial gate length of 1200µm design.
  6. Ultra-Low Noise Amplifier For SDARS/Compenser/GPS Applications
    3/28/2019

    Guerrilla RF offers the GRF2073-W linear, ultra-low noise amplifier designed for automotive satellite radio multi-stage LNAs, signal booster and GPS applications. With its ultra-low noise and high gain characteristics, this amplifier is an ideal first-stage LNA solution for high-performance, multi-stage SDARS LNA designs. With superior performance, it offers a drop-in alternative to legacy SDARS LNA solutions.

  7. Low Noise, High Linearity Match Pair Low Noise Amplifier: MGA-17516
    12/3/2009
    Avago's MGA-17516 is an economical, easy-to-use GaAs MMIC match pair Low Noise Amplifier (LNA).
  8. Low Noise Amplifiers (LNAs)
    1/4/2012

    NIC introduces its Wideband LNA designed for C Band, Radar and Satcom applications. This amplifier operates in the frequency range of 4 GHz – 5 GHz, providing high gain, low Noise Figure and is built in an extremely small package size of 1.2 x 0.9 x 0.4 in. Features:1) High Gain- 23dB typ; 2) Low Noise Figure- 0.9dB typ;3) Custom designs available

  9. 40MHz to 1008MHz High Linearity, Low Noise GaAs Amplifier: RFCA8818
    4/9/2012
    This GaAs amplifier operates in the 40 MHz to 1008 MHz frequency range and features a 2.0dB noise figure, 12dB small signal gain, internally matched input and output, a single 5V to 8V positive power supply, and more.
  10. Low Noise Amplifiers: HLNA Series
    9/15/2009
    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.