This low noise amplifier (LNA) is ideal for applications involving radar, short haul/high capacity links, sensors, millimeter-wave imaging RC chains, and other applications where broad bandwidth and good return loss are important.
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.
Atlanta Micro’s AM1018 is a cascadable gain block amplifier with 13 dB gain, a 2.5 dB noise figure, +35 dBm OIP3, +18/+21 dBm P1db, a 3.3V, 84 mA/+5.0V, 106 mA supply, a -40C to +85C operating temperature, and unconditional stability. It’s operational to +1.7V and comes in a 3mm QFN package.
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.
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.
Qorvo offers the QPB9314 highly integrated front-end module with operation in the 2.3 – 2.7 GHz frequency range ideally suited for TDD base station, wireless infrastructure, and macro or picocell base station applications. This LNA module integrates RF functional blocks such as a pin-diode based high power switch along with two LNA stages.