MMIC Distributed Amplifier Maintains Solid Dynamic Range At Low Power

MMIC Distributed Amplifier Maintains Solid Dynamic Range At Low Power
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Operating from dc to 22 GHz, the CMD240P4 monolithic microwave integrated circuit (MMIC) distributed amplifier is said to provide an impressive dynamic range at low power. It specifies a noise figure of 2.2 dB and +28 dBm IP3 and provides a flat, stable gain of 15 dB and a 1 dB compression point of +19 dBm. An additional benefit of this GaAs MMIC distributed amplifier design is the integrated 50 Ohm matching at each port, eliminating the need for external RF port matching. The CMD240P4 operates with a single positive bias voltage from 3V to 8V, and requires 80 mA of bias current. The amplifier comes packaged in a Pb-free RoHS compliant 4x4 QFN package with an operating temperature of -40℃ to 85℃. Download a full datasheet at http://www.custommmic.com/uploads/pdf/cmd240p4_ver_1.0_1116.pdf

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