Products and Services

  1. GaN MMIC Power Amplifiers
    7/17/2013

    These GaN MMIC power amplifiers are ideal for applications involving test instrumentation, general communications, and general radar. Two models are featured below, a 25 Watt PA covering the 2-6 GHz frequency range, and an 8 Watt PA covering the 2-20 GHz frequency range.

  2. SNA-600: DC-6.5 GHz Cascadable GaAs MMIC Amplifier
    7/15/2005
    Sirenza Microdevices' SNA-600 is a high-performance GaAs Heterojunction Bipolar Transistor in die form. A Darlington configuration is utilized for broadband performance to 6.5 GHz.
  3. 800-2500MHz MMIC Wideband Amplifier (ZAMP002H6TA)
    1/21/2009
    The ZAMP002 is an low current high performance RF amplifier designed for L band and IF applications. Although the ZAMP002 has been designed primarily for DBS applications the ZAMP002 is capable of extending to frequencies of 2.5GHz so it has a good fit with various applications. An additional benefit of the ZAMP002 is it’s rising gain characteristic, this has been designed to counteract the gain losses found at the higher frequencies.
  4. MMIC (75 ohm)
    12/29/2008
    RFHIC's MMIC(Monolithic Microwave Integrated Circuit) product line is built from either GaAs InGaP Heterojunction Bipolar Transistor (HBT) structure or GaAs Metal Epitaxial Semiconductor Field Effect Transistor (MESFET) structure.
  5. E-pHEMT MMIC (50 ohm) Product Line
    7/12/2010

    The E-pHEMT MMIC (50 ohm) Product Line can be used in applications including Cellular/GSM, PCS, DCS, W-CDMA, Wibro, WiMax, WiFi, Tetra, CATV, Satellite system, RFID, Femtocell, and Multi-metering.

  6. Silicon MMIC Amplifier (BGA2001 T/R)
    1/21/2009
    Silicon MMIC amplifier consisting of an NPN double polysilicon transistor with integrated biasing for low voltage applications in a plastic, 4-pin dual-emitter SOT343R package.
  7. 60 GHz Power Amplifier: HHPAV-433
    7/20/2011
    The HHPAV-433 Power Amplifier covers the frequency range from 59.5 to 60.5 GHz and is usable over the range of 58 to 64 GHz. The amplifier has an output power of +28.5 Psat and 18 dB gain. MMIC technology is employed for high reliability and repeatability employing one die. A single +6.0V bias is used to power up the amplifier. An onboard voltage regulator and bias sequencing circuitry provide the proper biasing for the unit.
  8. CMM4000-BD - 2 To 18 GHz GaAs MMIC Buffer Amplifier
    6/7/2007
    Mimix Broadband’s 2 to 18 GHz GaAs MMIC distributed low noise amplifier has a small signal gain of 9.0 dB with a noise figure of 4.5 dB across the band. This MMIC uses Mimix Broadband’s 0.3 µm GaAs PHEMT device model technology, and is based upon optical beam lithography to ensure high repeatability and uniformity
  9. 37 To 40 GHz 1 W Power Amplifier (MMIC Die): AMMC-6442
    3/29/2010
    Avago Technologies’ 37 - 40 GHz 1W Power Amplifier (MMIC Die): AMMC-6442 is a 1W power amplifier MMIC die for use in transmitters that operate at frequencies between 37 GHz and 40 GHz. Typical applications include point-to-point radio systems and millimeter – wave communications.
  10. DC-28 GHz GaAs pHEMT MMIC Power Amplifier: HMC994APM5E
    7/10/2017

    Analog Devices offers the new HMC994APM5E GaAs pHEMT MMIC distributed wideband power amplifier that is ideal for test instrumentation, military, space, and fiber optics applications. The amplifier operates within the DC to 28 GHz frequency range, and provides 15 dB of gain, +29 dBm of saturated output power, and 25% PAE from a +10V supply.