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Custom MMIC Releases 4 To 10GHz GaAs Driver Amplifier

The gallium arsenide MMIC device is suited for communications systems requiring small size and high linearity. These include WiLAN, C and X Band communications systems, and military applications
Custom MMIC, a developer of performance-driven monolithic microwave integrated circuits (MMICs), has added a new product to its portfolio.

The CMD191C4 is a GaAs MMIC driver amplifier housed in a leadless, RoHs compliant, 4 x 4 mm surface mount package. It offers high output power and low current consumption.



Custom MMIC CMD191C4 device

Ideally suited for complex communications systems where small size and high linearity are needed, the device operates from 4 to 10 GHz and delivers 20 dB of gain with a corresponding output 1 dB compression point of greater than +21 dBm. It is a 50 Ω matched design, which eliminates the need for external DC blocks and RF port matching.

The CMD191C4 is biased with a single 5V positive drain supply. RF power can be applied at any time.

Suitable applications include WiLAN, C and X Band communications systems, and military end-use.

 



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