LNAs Cut Noise From 1 To 18 GHz

May 27, 2010
Perhaps better known for their power amplifiers, CTT is also introducing LNAs at this year's IMS exhibition. The firm's AMX/0118-30xx series of LNAs features single units capable of covering more than four octaves, with gain ranging from 11 to 28 dB from ...

Perhaps better known for their power amplifiers, CTT is also introducing LNAs at this year's IMS exhibition. The firm's AMX/0118-30xx series of LNAs features single units capable of covering more than four octaves, with gain ranging from 11 to 28 dB from 1 to 18 GHz. The noise figures for these models is only 3 dB with output power at 1-dB compression ranging from +6 to +16 dBm in the different models. They feature carefully designed input and output matching circuits and GaAs pHEMT device technology. The compact LNAs are available as a drop-in package or with SMA connectors. The amplifiers are suitable for radar imaging, spread-spectrum radios, and other wideband applications.

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