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roadband’s three stage 36.0-40.0 GHz GaAs MMIC power amplifier is optimized for linear operation with a third order intercept point of +36.0 dBm
The MMA-333833-Q5 is a high linearity InGaP HBT MMIC amplifier. It is in a low cost QFN 5X5mm Green Package. Applications include the driver and the output stage of the power amplifiers for WLAN and WiMax infrastructure base stations and access points. The third order intercept performance of the MMA-333833A-Q5 is excellent and is typically 11 dB above the 1 dB gain compression point. It provides +33 dBm P1dB, +26 dBm Pave @2.5 % EVM under 802.16/64 QAM input signal, +44 dBm OIP3 and 25 dB gain.
The 25-33 GHz 0.7W Power Amplifier MMIC: AMMC-6431 from Avago Technologies is a MMIC power amplifier designed for use in wireless transmitters that operate within a 25 GHz and 33 GHz range. At 32 GHz, it provides 28.5 dBm of output power (1) and 19.5 dB of small-signal gain from a small easy to-use device.

Custom MMIC has developed two new LNA MMIC that operate in the 6-18 GHz frequency and feature a 1.5 dB noise figure

Qorvo offers the CMD240C4 wideband GaAs MMIC distributed amplifier housed in a leadless 4x4 mm surface mount package. The amplifier operates from DC to 22 GHz and is ideal for radar, space, satcom, test and measurement, and electronic warfare applications.

The MMA-022020B is a 2 - 20GHz broadband MMIC medium power amplifier with 22.5 dBm output power. It is realized in advanced 0.25um AlGaAs/InGaAs pHEMT technology. The usable frequency range extends to 1 – 22 GHz. With on-chip input/output blocking capacitors and DC supply RF choke circuitry, it only requires simple DC bias circuits and RF connections for broad range applications
Microwave Technology, Inc (MwT), an IXYS Corporation, announces a new family of MMICs for WiMAX(802.16 d/e), WiFi, and wireless infrastructure applications
Mimix Broadband’s four stage 26.0-31.0 GHz GaAs MMIC power amplifier is optimized for linear operation with a third order intercept point of +36.0 dBm.