The CHA3024-QGG from United Monolithic Semiconductors is a distributed 2-22 GHz LNA with Adjustable Gain Control (AGC) and 3dB NF. It is designed for a wide range of applications, including electronic warfare, X- and Ku-band point-to-point radio, and test instrumentation.
- Broadband performance: 2-22 GHz
- Typical linear gain: 15 dB
- Up to 30 dB AGC with Vg2
- P1dB: +18 dBm
- Psat: +20 dBm
- OIP3: +28 dBm
- Typical noise figure: 3 dB
- DC bias: Vd=5V@Id=100mA, Vg1=-0.3V and Vg2=1.7V
- 28L QFN 5×5
The CHC6054-QQA Front-End Module contains a power amplifier, driver amplifier, low noise amplifier, and switch, as well as biasing elements.
The CHA8612-QDB is a X-Band 7.9-11GHz new HPA designed by UMS to serve commercial and defense communications systems and radar applications.