The HLNAV-383 from HXI is an MMIC Low Noise Amplifier that operates from 50 to 67 GHz. It provides a small signal gain of more than 29 dB with a noise figure of 6 dB (from 50 to 52 GHz) and a P1dB of over 10 dBm. This LNA includes a voltage regulator and bias sequencing circuitry that allow the use of a single voltage to power the amplifier. It requires a DC supply of 6 V and draws 325 mA of current. The LNA is available in a gold-plated module that measures 1.31 x 1.34 x 0.97 inches and has WR-15 waveguide interfaces in an in-line configuration using the standard UG-385/U flange. It is ideal for use in receivers for communication and radar systems, point-to-point radios, WiGig development, and amplification in test equipment.