Products and Services

  1. 20 MHz to 8 GHz Gain Block Amplifier: AM1031

    Atlanta Micro’s AM1031 gain block amplifier features 13 dB gain, a 2.0dB noise figure, +30 dBm OIP3, +17 dBm P1dB, a +3.3V, 56 mA supply, and high stability. It covers the 20 MHz to 8 GHz frequency range and comes in a 3mm QFN package.

  2. 71 To 86 GHz Low-Noise Amplifier
    The HLNAE-374 low-noise amplifier covers the frequency range from 71 to 86 GHz minimum and is usable over a wider range.  The unit offers a minimum of 21 dB of gain over that range. The LNA bandwidth covers the two non-contiguous bands set aside for E-Band point-to-point radios.
  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. 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.

  5. MwT-0618S/Z-H5G2: 6 To 18 GHz, Low-Noise, High Gain, Balanced Amplifier Module
    The MwT-0618S-H5G2 and the MwT-0618Z-H5G2 are low noise, high gain open-carrier amplifier modules operating between 6 and 18 GHz. Their input and output ports are matched to 50 O impedance.
  6. 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.

  7. Ka Band Low Noise Amplifier: AML1820L3611
    The AML1820L3611 from Microsemi is a low noise amplifier (LNA) that operates in the Ka Band.
  8. Low-Noise Amplifiers For S-Band Applications
    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.
  9. 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.

  10. X-Band Low Noise Amplifier (LNA): MAAL-010528

    This low noise amplifier (LNA) provides a low noise figure and high linearity for X-Band solutions for V-Sat, radar, and microwave applications. It covers the 8-12GHz frequency range and comes in a 3x3mm PQFN SMT package.