Products and Services

  1. High Intercept Low Noise GPS Amplifier: HILNA™ GPS: 1.2 to 1.6 GHz, 32 dB Gain
    4/2/2012

    The HILNA™ GPS is a high intercept, low noise amplifier that features reverse voltage protection, a wide operational voltage range, extremely low noise and high gain, a wide dynamic range, an internal regulator/active bias, high reliability, a rugged, fully characterized assembly, multi-octave frequency coverage, and more.

  2. High Intercept Low Noise Amplifier: HILNA™ LS-C026
    3/2/2012

    NuWaves' HILNA™ LS-C026 is a high intercept low noise amplifier (LNA) that can be used in a myriad of applications.

  3. Active Bias, Low-Noise Second Stage Amplifiers: SKY6702X-396LF
    11/17/2015

    SKY6702X-396LF GaAs, pHEMT low-noise, second stage amplifiers (LNAs) are designed to operate throughout the 0.6 to 3.0 GHz frequency range. These amplifiers feature an internal bias circuitry to provide stable performance over temperature and process variation. The GaAs pHEMT enhancement mode process provides good return loss, low noise, and high linearity performance.

  4. Low-Noise Amplifier With Bypass Mode In Low Profile Package - MGA-655T6
    6/27/2008
    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.
  5. 40 MHz – 1 GHz Broadband CATV Low-Noise Amplifiers
    4/4/2016

    Skyworks introduces two new broadband, 75 Ohm MMIC front-end, low-noise amplifiers (LNAs). The SKY65452-92LF and the SKY65450-92LF (with bypass mode) provide high linearity and excellent gain over a wide frequency range of 40 MHz to 1 GHz with minimal external components. In addition, these LNAs offer low current consumption, low noise figure, and deliver energy-saving features.

  6. Low-Noise Amplifier
    6/30/2009
    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.
  7. Ultra Low Noise, High Linearity Active Bias Low Noise Amplifier: MGA-633P8
    2/15/2010
    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.
  8. 2-26 GHz GaN Low Noise Amplifier: CMD290
    10/31/2018

    Custom MMIC offers the CMD290 wideband GaAs distributed low noise amplifier operating the 2 to 26 GHz range for applications requiring low noise figure performance and high input power survivability. Delivering 12.5 dB of gain with a corresponding noise figure of 2.3 dB and an output 1 dB compression point of +19 dBm at 13 GHz, this LNA offers RF input survivability of 2 Watts.

  9. Two Stage, High Linearity And High Gain Low-Noise Amplifier: SKY67180-306LF
    12/5/2018

    The SKY67180-306LF low-noise amplifier (LNA) operates in the 1.5 – 3.8 GHz frequency range and features active bias and high linearity performance. In addition to the high linearity, the output stage also provides high gain. The advanced GaAs pHEMT enhancement mode front end device provides ultra-low noise figure. Stable performance over temperature and process variation are a direct result of the amplifier’s active bias circuitry.

  10. Ultra Low Phase Noise RF Amplifier: HX2400
    4/28/2011
    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.