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New 700 MHz–6 GHz Ultra-Low Noise Amplifier
MACOM's MAAL-011078 features high gain and excellent linearity and is housed in a lead-free 2 mm 8-lead PDFN plastic package. It is ideally suited as a first-stage LNA for 3G/4G cellular infrastructure and Wi-Fi applications, including 802.11ac, as well as Aerospace & Defense applications.

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Three New 650V NPT IGBTs with Integrated SiC Diodes
These ultra-fast 650V NPT IGBTs represent the newest generation of Microsemi IGBTs optimized for outstanding ruggedness and best trade-off between conduction and switching losses. They feature integrated silicon carbide anti-parallel diodes, integrated zero recovery and low leakage.

Two New Wideband 50W Limiters
Peregrine's first limiter ICs are highly linear, made on an RF Silicon-on-Sapphire wafer fab process, and feature power handling of 50W pulsed/10W CW. The PE45140 covers 20 MHz to 2 GHz, with an IIP3 of +64 dBm; the PE45450 covers 9 kHz to 6 GHz, with an IIP3 of +60 dBm @ 6 GHz. Both are offered in a 3x3 12-lead QFN package, with an ESD rating of 8kV (HBM).

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17-25W SMA-connector Power Amplifiers
These eight new 50-ohm PAs from Wavelex offer Psat from 17 to 25W, cover various frequency ranges from 820 to 2170 MHz, and are offered in SMA-connector packages. Perfect for for A&D and T&M applications.

Two New Wideband, GaN on SiC Power Amplifiers for EW, Comms and Radar Applications
These new GaN PAs from TriQuint are characterized for CW operation for use in military and commercial communications, as well as electronic warfare and radar applications. They are available in low-cost, 5x5mm ceramic, air-cavity QFN packages for easy handling and board assembly. Fully-matched to 50Ω at both RF ports allows for simple system integration.

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Rugged, Wideband RF Power LDMOS Transistor
Freescale's AFT05MS004NT1 is designed for handheld two-way radio applications with frequencies from 136 to 941 MHz. The high gain, ruggedness and wideband performance of this device make it ideal for large-signal, common-source amplifier applications in handheld radio equipment.