Low Noise Amplifiers


The Holzworth HX2400 is a broadband, Ultra Low Phase Noise RF Amplifier originally designed for use in laboratory and measurement applications where low phase noise and low additive jitter are critical. The proprietary circuitry allows for broadband, ultra low phase noise performance while being powered via a typical bench top power supply.
The Avago MGA-21108 is a fully integrated GaAs Low Noise Amplifier, LNA, MMIC for use in the 1.5GHz to 8GHz band.
The MwT-0206S-A9N2/0206Z-A9N2 is a low noise open-carrier amplifier module operating between 2 and 6 GHz. Its input and output ports are matched to 50 O impedance.

Qorvo delivers the QPM1000 integrated limiter/low noise amplifier (LNA) designed to provide robust, high performance over the 2 – 20 GHz frequency range. The LNA features 17 dB small signal gain with gain control and > 18 dBm P1dB with a range of noise figure of 1.7 – 4 dB across frequency. Additionally, the integrated limiter delivers a robustness level of up to 4 W of incident power without performance degradation.

The CMD242 is a wideband GaAs MMIC distributed low noise amplifier die that is designed for use in applications operating from DC to 40 GHz. Features include ultra-wideband performance, low current consumption, excellent return losses, and a small die size.

Low noise amplifiers (LNAs) from Millitech feature state-of-the-art noise figure performance, wideband coverage, a modular, compact design, internal voltage regulation and bias circuitry, and 2.92, 2.4, 1.85 mm or Waveguide interfaces (as required).

The new ALM-11x36 Low-Noise Amplifier Modules for Cellular Infrastructure Applications deliver best-in-class noise performance and high linearity with a compact package. The modules can replace large discrete and surface-mount component counts in conventional designs, shortening design cycle time and providing board space savings.
Avago presents four low-noise amplifiers (LNAs) to extend the RF performance and diversity of its market-leading LNA portfolio. The new modules feature high linearity that improves an application’s ability to distinguish between desired signals and spurious signals received close together. The MGA-6x606 LNAs target WiFi and WiMAX data cards, handsets and other portable devices, while the two-stage MGA-13x16 LNAs target GSM, CDMA and W-CDMA cellular infrastructure applications such as base station radio cards.