Products and Services

  1. High Gain Two Stage LNAs
    9/9/2011

    Skyworks is pleased to introduce a series of high gain, two stage LNAs employing both GaAs pHEMT and GaAs HBT technology that offer very low noise figure, high linearity and excellent return loss in a small, quad flat, 4 mm squared leadless package. On-die, active-bias design ensures consistent performance and enables unconditional stability. The pHEMT front-end enables ultra low noise figure, while the HBT-based output stage provides customers a compelling solution with both high linearity and efficiency.

  2. Low Noise Amplifiers For Cellular Infrastructure, Military Communications and More
    6/13/2013

    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.

  3. 2 - 20 GHz Limiter/Low Noise Amplifier: QPM1000
    3/27/2018

    Qorvo delivers the QPM1000 integrated limiter/low noise amplifier (LNA) designed to provide robust, high performance over the 2 – 20 GHz frequency range. The LNA features 17 dB small signal gain with gain control and > 18 dBm P1dB with a range of noise figure of 1.7 – 4 dB across frequency. Additionally, the integrated limiter delivers a robustness level of up to 4 W of incident power without performance degradation.

  4. W-Band Low Noise Amplifiers
    5/29/2014

    Northrop Grumman Microelectronics Products & Services’ latest entry in their series of W-band products include two new InP HEMT low noise amplifiers covering the 71-96 and 80-100 GHz frequency ranges. Both amplifiers are ideal for applications involving W-band imaging, sensors, radar, and short haul/high capacity links.

  5. Variable Gain High Linearity, Low Noise Amplifier: RFLA1018
    9/9/2011
    RFMD's RFLA1018 is an analog-controlled voltage-variable gain amplifier featuring high linearity and very low noise figure. This LNA with bypass mode and variable attenuator provides over 35dB of dynamic gain range. The RFLA1018 has a 3.3V control range with maximum gain at 0V. The LNA is temperature compensated to reduce gain variation. A noise figure of 0.65dB and an IIP3 of 2dBm make this component ideal for receiver input lineups. The RFLA1018 is packaged in a small 8.0mm x 8.0mm leadless laminate MCM. This module is internally matched to 50Ω on all RF ports, making it easy to use with no external matching components required.
  6. Ultra-Low-Noise Flat Gain LNA: TQL9092
    10/6/2015

    The TQL9092 from Qorvo is a flat-gain, high-linearity, ultra-low-noise amplifier (LNA) optimized for the 0.6 – 4.2 GHz frequency range, but can operate as low as 600 MHz. This LNA provides a gain flatness of 2 dB over a bandwidth range of 1.5 to 3.6 GHz, and can be biased from a positive supply that ranges from 3.3 to 5 volts.

  7. 40 MHz – 1 GHz Broadband CATV Low-Noise Amplifiers
    4/4/2016

    Skyworks introduces two new broadband, 75 Ohm MMIC front-end, low-noise amplifiers (LNAs). The SKY65452-92LF and the SKY65450-92LF (with bypass mode) provide high linearity and excellent gain over a wide frequency range of 40 MHz to 1 GHz with minimal external components. In addition, these LNAs offer low current consumption, low noise figure, and deliver energy-saving features.

  8. Broadband Fully Integrated Matched Low-Noise Amplifier MMIC: MGA-21108
    12/3/2009
    The Avago MGA-21108 is a fully integrated GaAs Low Noise Amplifier, LNA, MMIC for use in the 1.5GHz to 8GHz band.
  9. Pre-Filtered GPS LNA
    2/15/2013

    The 312 Series of pre-filtered GPS LNAs (low noise amplifiers) features a low noise figure, a wide input voltage range, compliance with many MIL-STD-810 and MIL-STD-461 requirements, and more. The LNAs come in a small, lightweight hermetically sealed package.

  10. Active Bias, Low-Noise Second Stage Amplifiers: SKY6702X-396LF
    11/17/2015

    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.