Northrop Grumman Microelectronics Products & Services’ latest entry in their series of W-band products include two new InP HEMT low noise amplifiers covering the 71-96 and 80-100 GHz frequency ranges. Both amplifiers are ideal for applications involving W-band imaging, sensors, radar, and short haul/high capacity links.
Guerrilla RF offers the GRF2073-W linear, ultra-low noise amplifier designed for automotive satellite radio multi-stage LNAs, signal booster and GPS applications. With its ultra-low noise and high gain characteristics, this amplifier is an ideal first-stage LNA solution for high-performance, multi-stage SDARS LNA designs. With superior performance, it offers a drop-in alternative to legacy SDARS LNA solutions.
This low noise amplifier (LNA) operates in the 80-105 GHz frequency range and features 16 dB linear gain, a 5 dB noise figure from 80 to 90 GHz, a 3.40x1.60x0.07mm chip size, and VD=2.5V @ ID=115 mA DC bias.
Atlanta Micro’s AM1016 is a cascadable gain block amplifier with 14 dB gain, a 2.0 dB noise figure, +30 dBm OIP3, +17 dBm P1db, a 3.3V, 48 mA supply, a -40C to +85C operating temperature, and unconditional stability. It’s operational to +1.7V and comes in a 3mm QFN package.
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.
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