The SKY65369-11 is a 832-862 MHz variable gain, Low-noise Amplifier (LNA) that has high linearity performance and an active bias. This device is comprised of various stages beginning with an LNA with a bypass switch, followed by a high linearity driver amplifier, a variable voltage attenuator, and a high linearity power amplifier, in order to provide return loss, low noise, and high linearity performance.
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.
These low noise amplifiers (LNAs) by Skyworks feature an ultra-low noise figure, high input, and high linearity, and more. Both models are well suited for applications involving cellular infrastructure, military communications, metering, land mobile radios, public safety, and sensors.
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.
Custom MMIC offers the CMD290 wideband GaAs distributed low noise amplifier operating the 2 to 26 GHz range for applications requiring low noise figure performance and high input power survivability. Delivering 12.5 dB of gain with a corresponding noise figure of 2.3 dB and an output 1 dB compression point of +19 dBm at 13 GHz, this LNA offers RF input survivability of 2 Watts.
Skyworks offers the SKYH22001 ultra-broadband hermetically sealed low-noise amplifier with superior gain flatness and exceptional linearity. Ideal applications include L and S band communications, radar and weather satellites, test and measurement, extreme industrial and medical equipment, as well as aerospace and defense applications.
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