Low Noise Amplifiers


Avago Technologies’ ALM-2812 is a dual-band LNA designed for WLAN applications in the (2.4 - 2.5)GHz and (4.9-6)GHz frequency ranges. The LNA uses Avago Technologies’ proprietary GaAs Enhancement-mode pHEMT process to achieve high-frequency wideband operation with very low noise figures.

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.

The ERZ-LNA-0270-0310-30-0.5 is a low noise amplifier (LNA) from Erzia is designed for applications operating within the 2.7 to 3.1 GHz frequency range. The LNA provides 29 dB of gain with a noise figure of 0.5 dB. Its modularity and compact size make it an optimal choice for a wide range of applications, including industrial, laboratory, satcom, telecom, space, aerospace, and military applications.

NuWaves' HILNA™ LS-C026 is a high intercept low noise amplifier (LNA) that can be used in a myriad of applications.

Skyworks offers the SKY55501-11 as a highly integrated, 5 GHz front-end module (FEM) that supports simultaneous 5G WLAN and licensed assisted access (LAA) systems. It incorporates a 5 GHz low-noise amplifier (LNA) with bypass supporting 5G WLAN and LAA simultaneous RX reception, and a single-pole, double-throw (SPDT) transmit/receive (T/R) switch.

Qorvo offers a front end module (FEM) and two low noise amplifiers (LNAs) designed specifically for Wi-Fi applications such as access points and wireless routers.

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.

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.