MACOM's MAAM-011162 is a single-ended high linearity, low noise figure amplifier covering both up and downstream bands of 5-1218 MHz. It is assembled in a 3-lead SOT-89 plastic package and provides 18 dB of flat gain in both forward and reverse path applications.
20 GHz SMA Phase-stable Cable Assemblies
Amphenol RF's ATC-PS Series of amplitude and phase-stable low-loss test cables is a pre-configured SMA assembly featuring precision machined stainless steel connectors terminated to triple-shielded, ultra low loss cable. ATC-PS test cables are ideal for test applications up to 20 GHz.
Wideband Plastic-packaged GaAs MMIC
The MMA040PP5 from Microsemi operates from DC to 27 GHz with 16 dB gain and +28 dBm OIP3. Available in a 5 mm plastic QFN package, it is ideal for instrumentation, electronic warfare, and size-constrained applications.
LTE-Advanced Pro Embedded Modules for IoT
The EM7565 from Sierra Wireless offers global LTE coverage on 24 LTE bands, uplink speeds up to 150 Mbps, downlink speeds up to 600 Mbps, and support for carrier aggregation and 256 QAM, dramatically improving network performance and enabling businesses to use one module for global 4G networks.
0.01-10 GHz GaAs pHEMT Low Noise Amplifier
ADI's HMC8410 provides 19.5 dB gain, 1.1 dB noise figure, +33 dBm OIP3, and requires only 65 mA from a 5 V supply voltage. PSAT of up to +22.5 dBm enables the LNA to function as a LO driver for many of ADI's balanced, I/Q or image rejection mixers.
DC/DC Converters for SiC and IGBT Applications
Designed to fulfill the demanding requirements of high slew-rate SiC transistor drivers, RECOM Power's RxxPxxyyD Series DC/DC converters feature 6400 VDC isolation and <10 pF isolation capacitance.
Featured Devices for Avionics and Radar
NXP’s new and featured products for avionics and radar include a range of high performance transistors that feature ease-of-use and address the stringent requirements in size and performance of L-band pulsed applications, as well as the industry’s first RF power, internally-matched IC covering the 978-1090 MHz band.