Low Noise Amplifiers


The ADM-8556 is a wideband low noise amplifier capable of providing 24 dB gain and a low 1.3 dB typical noise figure from 6 to 20 GHz.

Better phase noise is often sought in today’s most advanced systems. Our Series PM Amplifiers achieve ultra-low phase noise with a combo of design techniques, material selection, and in-house testing.

The SKY55951-11 front-end module (FEM) features an integrated L1 low-noise amplifier (LNA) and post-filter along with an L5 LNA and post-filter designed for Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) receiver applications.

The SKY67181-396LF by Skyworks is a wide-band, low-noise amplifier featuring superior gain flatness and exceptional linearity. Designed for 4G LTE and 5G NR infrastructure systems, this amplifier operates from 3300 to 5000 MHz and has a compact 2 x 2 mm with an 8-pin, Dual Flat, No Lead package.

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.

The SKYA21043 is a highly integrated, 5 GHz front-end module (FEM) designed specifically for 802.11p V2V and V2X applications. The module incorporates a 5 GHz single-pole, double-throw (SPDT) transmit/receive (T/R) switch, a 5 GHz high-gain low-noise amplifier (LNA) with bypass, and a 5 GHz power amplifier (PA) intended for high-power 802.11p applications and systems.

Qorvo offers the QPL9058 high-linearity, ultra-low noise amplifier designed for use in many applications including 5G m-MIMO, repeaters/DAS, LTE, TDD/FDD systems, and other general-purpose wireless applications. At 3.6 GHz, the amplifier typically provides 18 dB gain, +36 dBm OIP3 at a 55 mA bias setting, and 0.6 dB noise figure. The LNA can be biased from a single positive supply ranging from 3.3 to 5 volts.

The SKY67183-396LF and SKY67189-396LF are ultra-broadband low-noise amplifiers designed for FDD and TDD 4G LTE and 5G NR systems. With features such as superior gain flatness, exceptional linearity, and an internal active bias circuitry, these LNAs offer the ability to externally adjust supply current and provide stable performance over temperature and process variation.