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Supplier: Avago Technologies
Description: The AMMC-5026 is a broadband PHEMT GaAs MMIC Traveling Wave Amplifier designed for medium output power and high gain over the full 2GHz to 35 GHz frequency range.
- Amplifier Type: Other
- Applications: Mobile / Wireless Systems
- MMIC Technology Required: Yes
- Package Type: Other
Description: Internal voltage regulation, custom configurations
- Amplifier Type: Power Amplifier
- Package Type: Connectorized
- RF Connector: SMA
- Nominal Impedance: 50 Ohms
Supplier: Solid Signal
Description: The XterraWave™ XW850 850 MHz (Cellular) In-building Repeater extends cellular services into buildings and other poor coverage areas.The XW850 Repeater is designed for use with cellular telephones (850 MHz band) and offers a cost-effective solution for small business and residential
Supplier: Newark / element14
Description: IC, TRAVELING WAVE AMP, 16DB, 40GHZ 7V; Gain:16dB; Noise Figure Typ:5.5dB; Supply Current:350mA; Supply Voltage Range:7V; Frequency Max:40GHz; Frequency Min:30kHz; Supply Voltage Max:10V
- RoHS Compliant: Yes
Supplier: GENEQ, inc.
Description: The Neuroprobe Amplifier Model 1600 is a precision-crafted microelectrode amplifier designed especially for the exacting requirements of intracellular neurological studies. It is a self-contained unit with many built-in features that reduce the need for additional instrumentation and provides
Supplier: Skyworks Solutions, Inc.
Description: Skyworks SKY77605 is a hybrid multimode, multiband Power Amplifier Module (PAM) that supports 2.5G and 3G handsets, and operates efficiently in GSM, EGPRS, EDGE and WCDMA modes. The PAM consists of a GSM800/EGSM900 PA block, a DCS1800/PCS1900 PA block, separate blocks for WCDMA operating in low
- Amplifier Type: Power Amplifier
Supplier: ValueTronics International, Inc.
Description: , and drive millimeter-wave source modules Reduced systematic power losses for increased dynamic range High power drive signals for increased dynamic range Increased low-level sweep speed and increased dynamic range measurements in network analyzers Minimum Output Power: (at +5 dBm input
Supplier: Electro Rent Corporation
Description: Amplifier Research 200T2G4 200Watt CW, 2-4GHz TWT Microwave Amplifier Self-contained, air-cooled, broadband traveling wave tube microwave amplifier designed for applications where instantaneous bandwidth and high gain are required. A reliable 250 watt TWT provides a conservative 200 watts minimum
Supplier: Piezosystem Jena, Inc.
Description: 1 channel digital piezo controller supply voltage from 10 to 30 V DC 64 MHz processor 20 µs sampling closed loop auto calibration and ASI-Function for all kinds of closed loop sensors built-in wave function generator fully programmable The line of digital piezo amplifiers
- CE / FCC Compliant: Yes
Supplier: Xicom Technology, Inc.
Description: The XTRD-750K is a highly efficient rack mountable traveling wave tube amplifier (TWTA) designed for test and measurement applications.
Description: Aims And Scope IET Microwaves, Antennas & Propagation covers all aspects of microwave and antenna engineering and propagation. Topics include, but are not limited to: (a) Microwave circuits, including RF, microwave and millimetre-wave amplifiers, oscillators, switches, mixers and other
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AR Modular RF
is the leading supplier of booster amplifiers for tactical military radios, with a full line of amplifiers that cover the broadest frequency and wave forms. These units are all designed as Transceiver system amplifiers and incorporate TR switches, Relay RX by-pass path, Broad range filtered and regulated DC power inputs, some even have the ability to run from both 12 and 24V vehicle power systems, many offer fully automatic filter switching to support SINCGARS, HAVEQUICK and ECCM modes of operation... (read more)
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|Part #||Distributor||Manufacturer||Product Category||Description|
|MSA-0485||ASAP Semiconductor||HP||Not Provided||WAVE AMPLIFIER|
|MGA-83563-TR1||ASAP Semiconductor||AGILENT||Not Provided||WAVE AMPLIFIER|
|UPC1678GV-E1||ASAP Semiconductor||NEC||Not Provided||WAVE AMPLIFIER|
|AMMC5033W10||PLC Radwell||Avago Technologies Us Inc||Not Provided||MIN QTY 30 IC MICROWAVE/MILLIMETER WAVE AMPLIFIER|
|AMMC5620W10||PLC Radwell||Avago Technologies Us Inc||Not Provided||MIN QTY 40 IC MICROWAVE/MILLIMETER WAVE AMPLIFIER|
|AMMC5618W50||PLC Radwell||Avago Technologies Us Inc||Not Provided||MIN QTY 50 IC MICROWAVE/MILLIMETER WAVE AMPLIFIER|
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Semiconductor Optical Amplifier (SOA)
through the device in order to excite electrons which can then fall back to the non-excited ground state and give out photons. Incoming optical signal stimulates emission of light at its own wavelength. SOA can be classified into two groups, Fabry-Perot Amplifiers (FPA) and Traveling Wave Amplifiers
Adjustable MM-Wave Gain Equalizers (.pdf)
Growing demand for high communication bandwidths has led to considerable development of systems operating at millimeter-wave frequencies. These systems, in turn, stimulate research and development efforts of 26 to 40 GHz components such as TWT and solid-state amplifiers and phase shifters
DC to 85GHz TWA and Ka-band 4.9W Power Amplifier Using an Optical Lithography Based Low Cost PHEMT Process (.pdf)
results for DC to 85GHz traveling wave amplifier (TWA) and 29-30.5GHz 4.9W power amplifier (PA) are also described as process capability verification. TWA shows 8dB of small-signal gain and 12dBm of output power up to 85GHz frequency. PA shows 20dB of small-signal gain and 36.9dBm of output power at 3dB
Operational Amplifier AC Specifications and Applications
, the. amplifier selected must be unity gain stable. A good stability test for a buffer is to apply a square. wave to the input of the amplifier. The overshoot and. ringing at the output of the amplifier will directly reflect. the phase shift at the frequency where the gain is down. 3dB. For example, the bode plot
Trends in Microwave/Millimeter-Wave Front-End Technology
, linear millimeter-wave power amplifiers for point-to-point radio links, millimeter wave switches using GaAs PIN diodes, and combining GaAs HBT, PHEMT, and VPIN technology in a 77-GHz Tx/Rx front-end for automotive radar. Finally, future GaN HEMT technology is showcased by discrete transistors
Will CMOS Amplifiers Ever Kick-GaAs?
networks. sees. Previously, the major requirement was that the PA. should be robust enough to withstand the voltage standing. B. Mid-power Efficiency. wave ratio (VSWR) withstood the VSWR when the isolator. In contrast to saturated PAs (like GSM) where the power is. was removed. The current challenge
Designing Operational Amplifier Oscillator Circuits For Sensor Applications
approximately 50 mV of the VDD and VDD. which wil result in an error in the oscil ation frequency. power rails as shown in Figure 5. A complementary output voltage comparator (A4) is. AMPLIFIER SELECTION CRITERIA. used to convert the oscil ator's sinewave output to a. square wave digital signal
Linear Regime Operation of Semiconductor Optical Amplifiers
are amplified. simultaneously through the SOA at different power levels. For these experiments, an SOA with. an output saturation power of 15 dBm was used. It is seen that till an average output power of 9. dBm signals, four wave mixed signals are not observed. However, as the average output power
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