- Buyers Guide
PMI Model No. PE2-30-1R06R0-1R5-22-12-SFF is a 1.0 to 6.0 GHz, low noise amplifier that provides 30 dB of gain typically. The typical noise figure is 1.8 dB and offers an OP1 dB of 22 dBm typ. The operating voltage is +12 to +15 VDC max and the current draw is 320 mA typ.
PMI Model No. PLN-17-110-15-LCA is a 1.0 to 10.0 GHz, low noise amplifier that typically provides 17 dB of gain. The typical noise figure is 2.0 dB and offers an OP1 dB of 13 dBm min. The operating voltage is +12 to +15 VDC and the current draw is 65 mA max.
PMI Model No. PE210R258R515SFFLM Rev. B is a 0.25 to 8.5 GHz, low noise amplifier with a small signal gain window of +9.0 to +13 dB. The noise figure for this unit is <=4.5 dB max (valid from 0.5 to 8.5 GHz) and offers an OP1 dB of +16 dB min. The operating voltage is +12 VDC and the current draw is 300 mA max.
Richardson RFPD, Inc. announces immediate availability and full design support capabilities for a new absorptive, 50 Ω RF single-pole, double-throw (SPDT) switch from Peregrine Semiconductor Corporation (Peregrine). The PE42423 operates from 100 MHz to 6 GHz and features exceptionally high linearity that remains invariant across the full supply range.
Model SFA-743843516-12SF-N1 is an E band X5 active multiplier with center frequency at 79 GHz with minimum ± 5 GHz operational bandwidth. The active multiplier is designed and fabricated for emerging automotive ACC radar industry applications. The active multiplier converts 14.8 to 16.8 GHz/+5 dBm input signal to deliver 74 to 84 GHz frequency band.
Model SBL-7438433060-1212-S1 is an E band low noise amplifier with center frequency at 79 GHz with ± 5 GHz operation bandwidth. The amplifier is designed and fabricated for emerging automotive ACC radar industry applications. The amplifier exhibits more than 30 dB small signal gain with ± 2 dB gain flatness and around 6.0 dB noise figure.
Model SBP-7438433012-1212-S1 is an E band power amplifier with center frequency at 79 GHz with ± 5 GHz operation bandwidth. The amplifier is designed and fabricated for emerging automotive ACC radar industry applications. The amplifier exhibits more than 30dB small signal gain with ± 3 dB gain flatness.
PMI Model No. PEC-42-1G40G-20-12-292FF is a 1.0 to 40 GHz, ultra-wideband low noise amplifier that provides 42 dB of gain typically with a typical noise figure of 5.5 dB. The OP1dB is typically +22 dBm (1.0 to 18.0 GHz) and +19 dBm (18.0 to 40.0 GHz). The maximum input power rating is +17 dBm CW and the operating DC supply is 550 mA at +12 to +15 VDC.
PMI Model No. HADA-D2001 is a detector log video amplifier (DLVA) that operates between the 0.5 to 2.0 GHz frequency range. It has a dynamic range of 40 dB, a log slope of 50 mV/dB and a nominal bandwidth of 20 MHz. It has been designed using cutting edge technology which provides stunning performance and reliability in a compact package.
Anritsu Company introduces three frequency options for its industry-leading PIM Master MW82119A Passive Intermodulation (PIM) high-power, battery-operated, portable PIM test analyzer. The new options provide wireless field engineers and technicians with the first battery-operated handheld analyzers that can accurately conduct “top of the tower” PIM measurements in the LTE 800 MHz and UMTS 2100 MHz bands, in addition to the LTE 2600 MHz band.