Products and Services

  1. Low-Noise Amplifier With Bypass/Shutdown Mode In Low Profile Package - MGA-645T6
    6/16/2008
    Avago Technologies’ MGA-645T6 is an economical, easy-to-use GaAs MMIC Low Noise Amplifier (LNA) with Bypass/ Shutdown mode. The LNA has low noise and high linearity achieved through the use of Avago Technologies’ proprietary 0.5um GaAs Enhancement-mode pHEMT process.
  2. 500 MHz – 40 GHz Ultra-Wideband Low Noise Amplifier: Model PEC-42-500M40G-20-12-292MM
    3/16/2018

    Planar Monolithics industries (PMI) offers the Model PEC-42-500M40G-20-12-292MM ultra-wideband low noise amplifier (LNA) designed for applications operating in the 500 MHz to 40 GHz frequency range. The LNA typically provides 42 dB of gain with a noise figure of 5.5 dB at 20 GHz.

  3. 2-18 GHz Low Noise Amplifier
    1/29/2013

    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.

  4. Ultra-Low Noise Amplifier: SKY67151-396LF
    3/6/2013

    This high performance, GaAs, pHEMT low-noise amplifier (LNA) covers the 0.7-3.8 GHz frequency range and is ideal for applications involving LTE, GSM, WCDMA, HSDPA macro and micro base stations, high temperature transceiver applications, L and S band ultra-low noise receivers, cellular repeaters, and DAS, and RRH/RRUs.

  5. Low-Noise Amplifier Modules For Cellular Infrastructure Applications: ALM-11x36
    3/30/2011
    The new ALM-11x36 Low-Noise Amplifier Modules for Cellular Infrastructure Applications deliver best-in-class noise performance and high linearity with a compact package. The modules can replace large discrete and surface-mount component counts in conventional designs, shortening design cycle time and providing board space savings.
  6. High Intercept Low Noise Amplifier: HILNA™ V1: 50 to 1000 MHz, 20 dB Gain
    5/8/2012

    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.

  7. Dual-Channel Switch LNA Module: QPB9318
    3/17/2017

    Qorvo offers the new QPB9318 highly integrated front-end module with operation in the 2.3 – 2.8 GHz frequency range for TDD base station, wireless infrastructure, small cell BTS, and pre-5G/5G massive MIMO applications. This LNA module integrates a two-stage LNA and a high power switch in a dual-channel configuration.

  8. MwT-0618S/Z-H5G2: 6 To 18 GHz, Low-Noise, High Gain, Balanced Amplifier Module
    7/7/2008
    The MwT-0618S-H5G2 and the MwT-0618Z-H5G2 are low noise, high gain open-carrier amplifier modules operating between 6 and 18 GHz. Their input and output ports are matched to 50 O impedance.
  9. Low Noise Amplifiers: HLNA Series
    9/15/2009
    The HLNA Series of Low Noise Amplifiers covers the frequency range from 14 to 110 GHz. A wide variety of gain and bandwidth combinations are available to provide solutions for radar systems, communications systems and other applications. Variations of the amplifiers listed in the HLNA data sheet and totally new amplifier designs can also be provided, usually without an NRE charge. Most models offer single bias operation with internal regulation and bias sequencing. MMIC technology is employed in every amplifier for high reliability and repeatability.
  10. Two Stage, High Linearity and High Gain Low-Noise Amplifier: SKY67107-306LF
    9/27/2012

    This low-noise amplifier (LNA) operates in the 2.3-2.8 GHz frequency range and features active bias and high linearity performance. In addition to the high linearity, the output stage also provides high gain. The advanced GaAs pHEMT enhancement mode front end device provides ultra-low Noise Figure. Stable performance over temperature and process variation are a direct result of the amplifier’s active bias circuitry.