MMIC Amplifiers


The CMPA2735075F is a gallium nitride (GaN) High Electron Mobility Transistor (HEMT) based monolithic microwave integrated circuit (MMIC) suited for civil and military pulsed radar applications. GaN has superior properties compared to silicon or gallium arsenide, including higher breakdown voltage, higher saturated electron drift velocity and higher thermal conductivity.

The Avago MGA-21108 is a fully integrated GaAs Low Noise Amplifier, LNA, MMIC for use in the 1.5GHz to 8GHz band.
The ZAMP002 is an low current high performance RF amplifier designed for L band and IF applications. Although the ZAMP002 has been designed primarily for DBS applications the ZAMP002 is capable of extending to frequencies of 2.5GHz so it has a good fit with various applications. An additional benefit of the ZAMP002 is it’s rising gain characteristic, this has been designed to counteract the gain losses found at the higher frequencies.
Mimix Broadband’s two stage 37.0-40.0 GHz GaAs MMIC power amplifier is optimized for linear operation with a third order intercept point of +37.0 dBm
The MHA-495433 is a high-performance reliable MMIC power amplifier utilizing high-reliability, high-breakdown voltage InGaP HBT technology. Power MMIC is ideally suited for driver or output stages in wireless applications such as 802.16 WiMAX, 802.11 WLAN & ISM, point-to-point radios & Telecom Infrastructure. MHA-495433 HBT MMIC Power Amplifier Chip has 50-ohm fully-matched output, pre-matched input, on-chip DC blocking capacitor, active bias and power detector built into the chip.
Mimix Broadband's two stage 27.0-35.0 GHz GaAs MMIC power amplifier is optimized for linear operation with a typical third order intercept point of +34.0 dBm...
AE312 is designed as low cost drive amplifiers for many applications including FTTH, CATV System. This MMIC is based on Gallium Arsenide Enhancement Mode pHEMT which shows low current draw and very low noise.

The HMC7149 is 10 watt GaN MMIC amplifier covering the 6-18 GHz frequency range. It’s ideal for applications involving general communications, test instrumentation, and radar.