Custom MMIC Introduces Distributed Amplifier Range
BroadRange family features bandwidths from DC to 50GHz
Custom MMIC has developed a new family of distributed amplifiers, called BroadRange Distributed Amplifiers, with bandwidths from DC to 50GHz. The distributed amplifiers are said to provide industry leading performance in terms of dynamic range, frequency bandwidth and power consumption.
The BroadRange Distributed Amplifier product line consists of over ten released products, with five more to be revealed next week at IMS2016 in San Francisco.
The amplifiers are provided in low-profile die or QFN packaged and offer single positive supply operation, positive gain slope over frequency, and 50Î© matching for ease of design, smaller and lower power systems.
These amplifiers have low bias voltage requirements down to 3V and bias currents as low as 32 mA. With DC to 50 GHz bandwidth, OIP3 of 22 to 32 dBm, P1dB of 12 to 29dBm, and Psat of 12 to 2 dBm, the BroadRange Distributed amplifier family has much to offer EW, wideband communication, and instrumentation applications.
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