The range of line amplifiers from GPS Networking operates in the GPS L1, L2, L5, GLONASS, and Galileo frequency bands with excellent gain flatness. These amplifiers are configured with one input and one output, with a nominal gain block of 20, 25, or 30 dB.
Guerrilla RF Inc. offers two new models of high linearity gain block amplifiers featuring a combination of simple-application schematics, flat gain, and high compressed output power with operation in the DC to 4 GHz frequency range. The GRF2012 and GRF 2013 models include flexible biasing for high levels of re-use within single designs and multiple platforms. They are ideally used as cost-effective pre-drivers for broadband GaN high power amplifiers, and for many other general purpose, high performance gain block applications.
Qorvo offers the QPA9154 wideband gain block with a 50 Ω single-ended input to 100 Ω differential output. It is ideally suited as the 5G m-MIMO BTS Rx path final gain stage, to directly interface with the ADC of the transceiver, eliminating the need for a discrete balun.
Avago Technologies’ new Broadband High Linearity InGaP HBT Gain Blocks: AVT-51663/AVT-53663 are economical, easy-to-use, general purpose InGaP HBT MMIC gain block amplifiers utilizing Darlington pair configuration housed in a 6-lead (SOT-363) surface mount plastic package.
The AVT-51663 and AVT-53663 are ideal devices for small-signal gain cascades or IF amplification.
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