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Amplifiers

October 1, 1999
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Amplifiers

CDMA Power Amplifier
The model AWT6101 MIC CDMA power amplifier operates across the 1850 to 1910 MHz frequency range and has a low leakage of less than 10 mA, allowing extended standby times. Designed to minimize cycle time, save board space and reduce cost, the self-contained amplifier delivers linear operation up to +29 dBm with high efficiency of 32 percent and manages voltage turn-on and turn-off synchronization with a single interface pin. The amplifier is one of the first parts that incorporates the company's integrated DC-to-DC converter technology, which allows all of the benefits of GaAs devices without the need to supply negative voltage and additional supporting components in system designs. Size: 7 mm x 7 mm.
ANADIGICS Inc.,
Warren, NJ
(908) 668-5000.

2.6 GHz 180 W Broadband Amplifier
The 180 W class A broadband wireless GaAs FET power amplifier, with a removable heat sink, operates from 2.4 to 2.7 GHz over any 200 MHz bandwidth. All units include over-voltage, reverse polarity and over-temperature protection. The amplifier provides minimum gain of 40 dB, maximum noise figure of 10 dB, input/output SWR of 1.5 (max) and typical IP3 of +66.5 dBm. An output isolator is also integral to all designs to ensure safe operation into open and short circuits, and RF enable/disable and a sample 40 dBc RF output are standard in all designs. Operating temperature range is 0° to +50°C. Size: 9.0" x 13.0" x 1.5", excluding heat sink.
Chesapeake Microwave Technologies Inc.,
Glen Rock, PA
(717) 235-1655, ext. 112.

13 W CDMA High Power Amplifier
The model HPA1920-13 highly linear 13 W CDMA high power amplifier is fully compliant to J-Std-008 specifications and covers the entire PCS transmit band of 1930 to 1990 MHz with a gain of 30 dB. This solid-state amplifier designed for single-channel towertop or base station applications meets all specifications over a DC input range of 26 to 29 V DC with an operational current of < 5.5 A. Operational baseplate temperature range is -30° to +85°C. Monitor lines are provided for over-temperature, over-current and over/under supply voltage fault status. Size: 12.0" x 5.8" x 1.1".
MPD Technologies Inc.,
Hauppauge, NY
(516) 231-1400, ext. 452.

Multi-octave Band LNA
The model JCA26-300P low noise amplifier (LNA) has been designed to provide a low noise figure over multi-octave bands. The amplifier covers a frequency of 2 to 6 GHz with a minimum gain of 30 dB and gain flatness of +/-1.5 (max). Noise figure is 2.0 dB (typ), input/output SWR is 2.0 and output power is +10 dBm. Amplifiers can be customized to provide optimal performance for the customer's individual specification requirements. Delivery: two to three weeks (ARO).
JCA Technology Inc.,
Camarillo, CA
(805) 445-9888.

Miniature Dual Log Amplifier
The model MCWL-4-4538 is a pair of matched miniature logarithmic amplifiers featuring log linearity of +/-0.75 dB (typ) and a standard center frequency of 200 MHz with an operating bandwidth of at least 20 MHz. The log video slope is 25 +/-1.5 mV/dB measured over the input signal range of -67 to +3 dBm (typ). SWR is less than 2.0, limited output power is 0 dBm (nom) and channel-to-channel isolation between pairs is specified at 50 dB (min). The unit requires a power supply of +/-5 or +/-6 V with total consumption of approximately 2 W and is housed in a dual flatpack with a surface area of approximately 1.3 in2. Mounting is accomplished via four through-hole threaded flanges. Price: $2950 (5-9).
Signal Technology Corp.,
Olektron Operation,
Beverly, MA (978) 524-7444.

Solid-state Power Amplifier
The model SPA-5964-200-26200 solid-state power amplifier covers the frequency band of 5.850 to 6.425 GHz and is designed for satellite communication terminals, travelling-wave-tube amplifier retrofits and very small aperture terminal hub applications. The amplifier features class A linearity, gain and temperature compensation, an integral thermal management system, and control and monitoring functions. Output power is 52 dBm (min) at -1 dB GCP (53 dBm typ), small-signal gain is 70 dB (min) at 25°C and input/output SWR is 1.25. Operating ambient temperature is 0° to +50°C.
Pascall Electronics Ltd.,
Ryde, Isle of Wight, UK
+44 0 1983 817425.

17 - 19 GHz Microwave Amplifier
The model PAN-19001 microwave amplifier covers the 17 to 19 GHz frequency range and provides a five percent bandwidth (900 MHz midband) centered between the overall frequency limits. Output power is 30 dBm (min) at a 1 dB compression point over the full band, input SWR is 1.5 (max), output SWR is 1.3 (max), small-signal gain is 40 dB (min) and operating temperature is between 0° and +55°C. In-band spurious is < -60 dBm and noise figure is 10 dB (max). Size (excluding connectors): 172 mm x 72 mm x 31 mm.
Wessex Electronics Ltd.,
Downend, Bristol, UK
+44 117 957-1404.

W-CDMA Amplifier
The 25 W wideband CDMA (W-CDMA) broadband single-carrier amplifier covers the 2.11 to 2.17 GHz bandwidth and meets the needs of the data-intensive 5 MHz bandwidth third-generation wireless markets. The IMT-2000 amplifier features low cost, small size, high reliability and hot swap field-replaceable modules and is available in a standard rack configuration with up to four 25 W amplifiers per shelf.
Spectrian,
Sunnyvale, CA
(408) 745-5400.

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