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.
Northrop Grumman’s first three entries in their GaN MMIC Amplifiers have been developed for defense and commercial ground satellite communications terminal markets and the commercial wireless infrastructure market.
Mimix Broadband’s three stage 20.0-38.0 GHz GaAs MMIC low noise amplifier has a small signal gain of 17.0 dB with a noise figure of 3.0 dB. The device comes in a RoHS compliant, 3x3mm QFN package and requires only a single positive bias supply.
The MMA-333833-Q5 is a high linearity InGaP HBT MMIC amplifier. It is in a low cost QFN 5X5mm Green Package. Applications include the driver and the output stage of the power amplifiers for WLAN and WiMax infrastructure base
stations and access points. The third order intercept performance of the MMA-333833A-Q5 is excellent and is typically 11 dB above the 1 dB gain compression point. It provides +33 dBm P1dB, +26 dBm Pave @2.5 % EVM under 802.16/64 QAM input signal, +44 dBm OIP3 and 25 dB gain.
This low noise amplifier (LNA) features a small size and low power consumption, making it ideal for point to point/multipoint radios, military and space communications, and other EW and communications systems.
The MHA-495433 is a high-performance reliable MMIC power amplifier utilizing high-reliability, high-breakdown voltage InGaP HBT technology. Power MMIC is ideally suited for driver or output stages in wireless applications such as 802.16 WiMAX, 802.11 WLAN & ISM, point-to-point radios & Telecom Infrastructure. MHA-495433 HBT MMIC Power Amplifier Chip has 50-ohm fully-matched output, pre-matched input, on-chip DC blocking capacitor, active bias and power detector built into the chip.