Model 4035 is a 100 Watt band-specific amplifier that covers the 2 – 30 MHz frequency range. This small and lightweight amplifier utilizes Class A/AB linear power devices that provide an excellent 3rd order intercept point, high gain, and a wide dynamic range. Due to robust engineering and employment of the most advanced devices and components, this amplifier achieves high efficiency operation with proven reliability.LISTED UNDER: Amplifiers, Other
Microsemi’s offers our bench top amplifier for production test or laboratory application. Many of the several thousand low noise or medium power amplifiers detailed on Microsemi’s web site ( www.microsemi.com/rfis ) can be delivered in this optional enclosure. Model AML1826P3203-BT providing 36 dB gain over the 18.LISTED UNDER: Interconnect, Connectors | Amplifiers, Other
The 5228 is a 1000 Watt broadband amplifier that covers the 80 – 1000 MHz frequency range. This amplifier utilizes Class A Ultra linear power devices that provide an excellent 3rd order intercept point, high gain, and a wide dynamic range. Due to robust engineering and employment of the most advanced devices and components, this amplifier achieves high efficiency operation with proven reliability, Like all OPHIR RF amplifiers, the 5228 comes with an extended multi-year warranty backed by OPHIR RF’s commitment to total customer satisfaction.LISTED UNDER: Amplifiers, Other
Hittite Microwave Corporation, the world class supplier of complete MMIC based solutions for communication & military markets, has introduced two new, 2 Watt GaAs pHEMT MMIC power amplifiers which cover the 9 to 14 GHz frequency range and are ideal for microwave radio, military and space, SATCOM and test & measurement applications.LISTED UNDER: Amplifiers, Other
Hittite Microwave Corporation has launched three new power amplifier die products which are ideal for microwave and millimeterwave radios, Ka-band VSAT and military & space applications from 27.5 to 46.5 GHz. The HMC1014 is a four stage GaAs pHEMT MMIC Medium Power Amplifier die which operates between 33.LISTED UNDER: Amplifiers, Other
Noise eXtended Technologies (Noise XT) introduced the NXA Series, a new family of phase noise analyzers. Noise XT exhibited the new product line for the first time at IMS 2012. The NXA Series simplifies phase noise testing by incorporating a completely new one-box system design. With a category-leading 14-inch touch screen and a redesigned user interface, phase noise measurement is now faster and easier.LISTED UNDER: Test and Measurement, Analyzers, Spectrum | Amplifiers, Other
Skyworks Solutions, Inc. today announced that it has launched a breakthrough front-end system that integrates all RF and analog content between the transceiver and antenna for simplified design within demanding next generation mobile platforms. Leveraging Skyworks' silicon integration expertise, advanced manufacturing technologies and proprietary techniques, SkyOneT is the world's first semiconductor device to condense multiband power amplifiers and high throw switches along with all associated filtering, duplexing and control functionality into a single, ultra-compact package---all in less than half the area of the industry's most advanced approach.LISTED UNDER: Amplifiers, Other | Switches, IC
New Models Drive Faster Time to Market and Provide Rapid Simulation of Complex Waveforms such as W-CDMA and OFDMA Cree, Inc. announces the release of a new suite of Verilog-A proprietary non-linear device models for its GaN RF devices, developed for use with leading RF design platforms from Agilent ADS and AWR Microwave Office.LISTED UNDER: Amplifiers, Other
New Gallium Nitride (GaN) RF MMIC Process Technologies to Enable Lower Cost, Higher Performance Telecommunication and Radar SystemsJune 18, 2012 5:22 am | Wireless Design & Development | Product Releases | Comments
Higher Power GaN-on-SiC Processes Allow Telecom System Operators and Military System Providers to Leverage GaN Efficiency for Operational Cost Savings. Cree, Inc.announces the qualification and production release of two new GaN processes: G40V4, a 0.25µm process with operating drain voltage up to 40V, and G50V3, a 0.LISTED UNDER: Semiconductors, MMIC | Telecommunications | Radar
Custom MMIC is offering two new devices from its growing MMIC design library. The CMD157 (die) and CMD157P3 (packaged) are GaAs MMIC low-noise amplifiers (LNAs) for applications from 6 to 18 GHz. These broadband devices each boast an impressively low noise figure of 1.5 dB, deliver greater than 25 dB of flat gain, and have a corresponding output 1 dB compression point of +10 dBm.LISTED UNDER: Amplifiers, Other | Receivers, Other
Silicon Laboratories Inc. recently introduced an EZRadio® wireless IC solution designed to reduce the cost and complexity of one-way wireless links used in a wide range of consumer, industrial and automotive systems. The new Si4010 system-on-chip (SoC) RF transmitter enables developers to optimize remote keyless entry (RKE), garage door opener, remote control, building automation and security device designs for the lowest system cost and highest performance while ensuring one-way link integrity.
Freescale Semiconductor has introduced its MSC8155 digital signal processor (DSP), a higher performance and cost-optimized version of the company's flagship MSC8156 DSP based on the latest StarCore technology. The MSC8155 includes next-generation acceleration and interconnect technologies that boost overall chip performance and further enhance the capabilities of broadband wireless base station equipment.
Now available from Mimix Broadband, Inc. is a 5.6 to 10.5 GHz GaAs MMIC up-converter that integrates a double balanced image reject mixer, LO buffer amplifier, RF buffer amplifier and variable attenuator, all within a fully molded 4x4mm QFN package. This RoHS-compliant, packaged up-converter has an output third order intercept point (OIP3) of +25 dBm, a conversion gain of 8 dB and a typical image rejection of 15 dBc.LISTED UNDER: Semiconductors, MMIC