Atlanta Micro Unveils New Line of Connectorized Amplifier and Filter Modules

Atlanta Micro has launched a new line of connectorized modules for some of their most popular parts. These modules are made of Aluminum and offer RF-shielding along with field-replaceable SMA connectors and mounting holes and are available now. 

The first available modules include any of Atlanta Micro’s 3mm amplifiers such as the AM1016, the AM1018, the AM1025B, the AM1063-1, and the AM1064-1. The module version of these parts are designated with a “-M” at the end (for example AM1064-M). The amplifier module is 1.2 x 1 x 0.6 inches with SMA input and output and a feedthrough capacitor to bias tee that powers the device. These modules are ideal for lab use and/or prototype systems. 

The first available filter module is the popular AM3025A which is designated as the AM3025A-M. This filter module provides a sub-octave preselector filter bank from 400 MHz to 6 GHz with a filter bypass path. With dimensions 1.85 x 1.85 x 0.65 inches, field-replaceable SMA connectors, and power/control over USB this module is ideally suited for in-lab use, receiver protection, and a variety of EMI reduction applications. 

Atlanta Micro also announced that a future line of modules will be available by the end of Q3 2019. In addition to above, Atlanta Micro will offer its popular bypassable amplifiers such as the AM1065, AM1067, and AM1081 in the same form factor of 1.2 x 1 x 0.6 inches. 

Atlanta Micro will also be offering a “choose your own” bandpass filter solution in which you may choose any digitally tunable low pass filter and any digitally tunable high pass filter from its digitally tunable filter catalog. This module will be available in the same form factor of 1.85 x 1.85 x 0.6 inches and will also offer power/control over USB. 

The final two planned modules from Atlanta Micro will be its popular AM3023B and AM3060 filter solutions. These two filters will be available in 2.1 x 2.1 x 0.65 inches modules and will offer control over USB and an external voltage pin to power the amplifiers inside. For more information, click here.