SKY6702X-396LF GaAs, pHEMT low-noise, second stage amplifiers (LNAs) are designed to operate throughout the 0.6 to 3.0 GHz frequency range. These amplifiers feature an internal bias circuitry to provide stable performance over temperature and process variation. The GaAs pHEMT enhancement mode process provides good return loss, low noise, and high linearity performance.
Custom MMIC introduces the CMD163 as a high dynamic range GaAs low noise amplifier (LNA) designed for military, space, and communications systems where small size and high linearity are required. This device delivers greater than 24 dB of gain with a corresponding output 1 dB compression point of +19 dBm, and a noise figure of 1.3 dB. It is optimized for 21 GHz operation.
NIC’s C-Band Low Noise Amplifier features high gain, P1dB output, a low noise figure, and a hermetically sealed package. It boosts signal strength in ground, air-borne, and ship-mount applications.
The HILNA™ V1 is a high intercept low noise amplifier that operates in the 50 MHz to 1 GHz frequency range. It features extremely low noise and high gain, a wide dynamic range, reverse voltage protection, high reliability, a high intercept point, a fully characterized and rugged assembly, and more.
Qorvo offers a series of single pole triple throw (SP3T) SOI switches and switches + LNA modules for automotive WiFi, automotive data and diagnostics, infotainment, key fob, IEEE802.11b/g/n/ac WiFi, and 2.5 GHz ISM band applications. Four models are available; two of them are WiFi switches, and two of them are WiFi switches with a low noise amplifier (LNA) in a front end module (FEM). With an ultra-small form factor and integrated matching, the number of external components and layout area in the customer applications, as well as the bill of materials, system footprint, and manufacturing cost are greatly reduced.
This low noise amplifier (LNA) features internal voltage regulation, unconditional stability, and an integrated bias-tee on the output port. It covers the 2-18 GHz frequency range and provides 30dB of gain while maintaining +2.0dB maximum gain flatness over the operating frequency. The amplifier requires +12 to +15VDC, and its current draw is less than 350mA.