Gain Block Amplifiers

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Celeritek’s CGB7003-BD is a Darlington Configured, high dynamic range, utility gain block amplifier MMIC chip. Designed for applications operating between 0.1 and 6.0 GHz, Celeritek’s broadband, cascadable, gain block amplifier is ddeal solutions for transmit, receive and IF applications.

Guerrilla RF offers the GRF2003 broadband, low noise linear gain block amplifier ideally suited for small cell, wireless infrastructure, and other high performance RF applications such as those with microwave backhaul, C/X-band amplifiers, general purpose amplifiers, and instrumentation. Single match RF performance is rated over the 0.5 to 10.0 GHz frequency range, but the device may operate down to 100 MHz with optimized external components.

Mimix/Celeritek’s CGB7003-BD is a Darlington Configured, high dynamic range, utility gain block amplifier MMIC chip. Designed for applications operating between 0.1 and 6.0 GHz, Celeritek’s broadband, cascadable, gain block amplifier is ddeal solutions for transmit, receive and IF 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.

Celeritek’s CGB7289-SC is a single stage, high power, high dynamic range, utility gain block amplifier. It is designed as a broad band amplifier from 0.1 to 2.5 GHz
Celeritek's CGB7389-SC is a single stage, high power, high dynamic range, utility gain block amplifier...

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.

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.