RF Amplifiers

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Description: 20 dBm W-Band Power Amplifier from 75 to 110 GHz
Type:
Power Amplifier, Waveguide Amplifier
Configuration:
Waveguide Amplifier, Module
Frequency:
75 to 110 GHz
Package Type:
Module with Connectors
Gain:
25 dB
P1dB:
15 dBm
Saturated Power:
0.1 W
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Description: 80 to 105 GHz, Pulsed Amplifier, Power Amplifier, GaN Amplifier
Type:
Pulsed Amplifier, Power Amplifier, GaN Amplifier
Configuration:
Waveguide Amplifier
Frequency:
80 to 105 GHz
Gain:
16 dB
Saturated Power:
0.02 W
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Description: High-Power Bluetooth Power Amplifier for Mobile Applications
Type:
Power Amplifier
Configuration:
IC / MMIC
Package Type:
Surface Mount
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Description: 2000 to 4000 MHz, 35 dB, Power Amplifier, Low Noise Amplifier
Type:
Power Amplifier, Low Noise Amplifier
Configuration:
Module
Frequency:
2 to 4 GHz
Noise Figure:
2 dB
IP3:
40 to 42 dBm
Package Type:
Module with Connectors
Gain:
35 dB
P1dB:
30 dBm
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Description: 20 W Solid State Power Amplifier from 10 to 18 GHz
Type:
Power Amplifier
Configuration:
Module
Frequency:
10 to 18 GHz
Noise Figure:
8 dB
Package Type:
Module with Connectors
P1dB:
41.14 dBm
Saturated Power:
20 W
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Description: 6 to 18 GHz, Benchtop RF System Amplifier
Type:
Power Amplifier
Configuration:
RF Amplifier System
Frequency:
6 to 18 GHz
Noise Figure:
6 dB
Package Type:
Benchtop
Gain:
52 to 68 dB
P1dB:
40 to 44 dBm
Saturated Power:
19.95 to 39.8 W
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Description: Low Noise, High IP3 Monolithic Amplifier 0.5 to 15 GHz
Type:
Low Noise Amplifier
Configuration:
IC / MMIC
Frequency:
0.5 to 15 GHz
Noise Figure:
2.3 to 3.7 dB
IP3:
21.9 to 27.3 dBm
Package Type:
Surface Mount
Gain:
15.1 to 17.6 dB
P1dB:
10.5 to 15.3 dBm
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Description: Solid State Bi-directional Amplifier from 225 MHz to 512 MHz
Type:
Bi-Directional Amplifier, Linear Amplifier, Power ...
Configuration:
Module
Frequency:
225 to 512 MHz
Noise Figure:
2.5 dB (Rx)
Package Type:
Module with Connectors
Gain:
31 dB (Tx), 15 dB (Rx)
P1dB:
40 dBm (TX) and 17 dBm(Rx)
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Description: Distributed Low Noise Amplifier MMIC from 2 to 22 GHz
Type:
Distributed Amplifier, Low Noise Amplifier
Configuration:
IC / MMIC
Frequency:
2 to 22 GHz
Noise Figure:
2.5 to 3.75 dB
IP3:
25 to 29 dBm
Package Type:
Surface Mount
Gain:
10 to 14.5 dB
P1dB:
14 to 20 dBm
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Description: 27 dBm IP3, 4.5 dB NF, 17 dBm P1dB, 1.5 GHz to 5 GHz, Low Phase Noise Amplifier 14 dB Gain, SMA
Type:
Low Noise Amplifier
Configuration:
Module
Frequency:
1.5 to 5 GHz
Noise Figure:
4.5 dB
IP3:
27 dBm
Package Type:
Drop-In, Module with Connectors
Gain:
9 to 14 dB
P1dB:
17 dBm
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Description: 2 GHz to 18 GHz Limiting Amplifier Module
Type:
Limiting Amplifier
Configuration:
Module
Frequency:
2 to 6 GHz
Package Type:
Module with Connectors
Gain:
43 to 47 dB
P1dB:
13 dBm
Saturated Power:
0.04 W
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Description: 500 Watt SSPA from 0.7 to 6 GHz
Type:
Power Amplifier
Configuration:
RF Amplifier System
Frequency:
700 to 6000 MHz
IP3:
66 dBm
Package Type:
Rack Mount, Module with Connectors
Gain:
57 dB
P1dB:
56.28 dBm
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Description: 17 - 20 GHz 10 Watt GaN Power Amplifier
Type:
Power Amplifier, GaN Amplifier
Configuration:
IC / MMIC
Frequency:
17 to 20 GHz
Package Type:
Surface Mount
Gain:
27 dB
Saturated Power:
12.5 W
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Description: Low Noise Amplifier from 0.5 to 2.5 GHz
Type:
Low Noise Amplifier
Configuration:
Module
Frequency:
0.5 to 2.5 GHz
Noise Figure:
0.6 dB
IP3:
38.5 dBm
Package Type:
Module with Connectors
Gain:
35 dB
P1dB:
25 dBm
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Description: 45 MHz to 1.218 GHz, 44 dBm, Low Noise Amplifier
Type:
Differential Amplifier, Low Noise Amplifier
Configuration:
IC / MMIC
Frequency:
45 MHz to 1.218 GHz
Noise Figure:
1.7 to 2.6 dB
IP3:
44 dBm
Package Type:
Surface Mount
Gain:
16.2 to 18.5 dB
P1dB:
25 dBm
more info
More about RF Amplifiers
 
An RF amplifier is an electronic device that is used to amplify a low power radio frequency signal to one with larger amplitude. They are used in transmit and receive parts of a wireless system. In the transmit chain they are used to amplify signals before they are sent out through the antenna and in the receive chain they are used to amplify weak signals that are captured by the antenna with minimal distortion. RF amplifiers have a wide range of applications in the wireless sector – military, test and measurement, mobile devices and wireless infrastructure.
 
The key specifications to look for in an RF Amplifier are:
 
Type: There are many types of rf and microwave amplifiers-
  • RF Power Amplifiers: Power Amplifiers convert low power high frequency signals to high power signals. This is usually used in the transmit chain to amplify the signal before it is sent out via an antenna.
  • Low Noise Amplifiers: RF Low noise amplifiers are used amplify a high frequency signal while maintaining a good signal to noise ratio. Low noise amplifiers are used at the beginning of the receive chain to amplify a signal with minimal degradation.
  • Other Amplifiers: There are a number of other amplifiers like gain blocks, differential amplifiers, driver amplifiers, limiting amplifiers etc.
Frequency (MHz): RF amplifiers are usually designed to work at a particular frequency range. The unit for frequency is Hz (Hertz).
 
Gain (dB): The gain of an rf amplifiers is the ratio of output to input power or amplitude – It is the measure of amplification of the rf amplifier.
 
Noise Figure (dB): Noise is an undesired signal that is generated up to some level in all electronics components and devices. Noise figure is the metric for noise performance is a circuit or system.  The lower the noise figure, the higher the signal to noise ratio of a system.
 
Power Compression (dBm or W): Power Compression or P1dB is the point at which the input signal is amplified by an amount, which is 1 dB below the small signal gain of the device. It is the point beyond which the gain of the device no longer increases linearly as the input power is raised.
 
Package Type: RF amplifiers are available in a number of package types such as surface mount, raw die’s and connectorized.
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