Amplifier Drives VHF/UHF Signals

May 20, 2010
Model CA2818C is a linear integrated-circuit (IC) amplifier from American Microsemiconductor designed for use from 350 kHz to 400 MHz. It operates on a nominal supply of +24 VDC and exhibits typical noise figure of 6 dB across the full operating ...

Model CA2818C is a linear integrated-circuit (IC) amplifier from American Microsemiconductor designed for use from 350 kHz to 400 MHz. It operates on a nominal supply of +24 VDC and exhibits typical noise figure of 6 dB across the full operating bandwidth. It is supplied in a 9-pin modular housing and can handle operating temperatures from -20 to +100C.

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