Solving Key DLVA issues
There are many companies manufacturing logarithmic amplifiers, but each one produces DLVAs that do not solve one or more of the aforementioned problems.
Yet, Anadyne Inc., a small Silicon Valley-based RF company, has made unprecedented innovations in DLVAs. Read more...More Product Announcements from Anadyne
The QPL9503 is a flat-gain, high-linearity, ultra-low noise amplifier in a small 2 x 2 mm surface-mount package. The LNA provides a gain flatness of 2 dB (peak-to-peak) over a wide bandwidth from 3 to 6 GHz. At 5.5 GHz, the amplifier typically provides 21.6 dB gain, +35 dBm OIP3 at a 65 mA bias setting, and 0.9 dB noise figure. The LNA can be biased from a single positive supply ranging... Read more...More Product Announcements from Qorvo
0.45 - 3.8 GHz Ultra Low Noise 2-Stage Bypass Low Noise Amplifier
Qorvo's QPL9065 is a high-linearity, ultra-low noise 2-stage gain block amplifier module with a bypass mode functionality integrated to the second stage in the product. At 1.95 GHz, the amplifier, under high gain mode, typically provides 37.5 dB gain, +35 dBm OIP3, and 0.5 dB noise figure while drawing 160 mA... Read more...More Product Announcements from Qorvo
0.6-3.8GHz Linear Driver Amplifiers for Wireless Infrastructure
The QPA9805 is a balanced amplifier module with embedded hybrid couplers to convert to single ended input and output ports. The module has an enable pin to allow for shutting down of the amplifier. The module requires minimal external components which are VCC choke inductors, decoupling caps.
The QPA9805... Read more...More Product Announcements from Qorvo
The LPV821 is a single-channel, nanopower, zero-drift operational amplifier for “Always ON” sensing applications in wireless and wired equipment where low input offset is required. With the combination of low initial offset, low offset drift, and 8 kHz of bandwidth from 650 nA of quiescent current, the LPV821 is the industry’s lowest power zero-drift amplifier that can... Read more...More Product Announcements from Texas Instruments
The F2480 analog variable gain amplifier (AVGA) is the first in a family of high-performance devices for a broad set of communications equipment. The F2480 combines a VVA with IDT’s exclusive Zero-Distortion™ RF amplifier in a compact package, delivering low insertion loss and high linearity for very precise and smooth adjustment of the RF attenuator. Read more...More Product Announcements from Integrated Device Technology
Qorvo's QPB7400 is a low cost RF amplifier designed for applications from 50 to 1218 MHz. The balance of low noise and distortion provides an ideal solution for a wide range of broadband amplifiers used in cable television applications such as optical receivers and low noise front ends. Read more...More Product Announcements from Qorvo
Qorvo's RFPD3580 is a Hybrid Power Doubler amplifier module. The part employs GaAs pHEMT die and GaN HEMT die and operates from 45MHz to 1218MHz. It provides extremely high output up to 76.8dBmV composite power or 67dBmV virtual level. Read more...More Product Announcements from Qorvo
Qorvo's RFCA8830 is a GaAs pHEMT RF balanced amplifier IC with a 45MHz to 1200MHz operating bandwidth. This IC is designed to provide a low noise, high linearity, and high gain for use as a Post Amplifier in Optical Receivers or low noise balanced preamp. The IC uses a 5V power supply for applications requiring lower power dissipation. Read more...More Product Announcements from Qorvo