Press Release Summary:
CMD283C3 GaAs Low Noise Amplifier is available in leadless 3 x 3 mm surface mount package. Unit is operated on bias supply of +2 to +5 volts with a nominal current of 42 mA. The CMD283C3 amplifier features 2-6 GHz operating frequency with a gain of 27 dB. Unit delivers an output P1dB of 16dBm and is designed for S and C band receivers.
Original Press Release:
Breakthrough Ultra Low Noise Amplifier Covers 2-6 GHz Frequency Range
Chelmsford, MA – June 28, 2018 – Custom MMIC, a leading developer of performance driven monolithic microwave integrated circuits (MMICs), has now offers a new GaAs Low Noise Amplifier (LNA) MMIC with broadband noise figure performance previously only achievable with discrete FET designs. The CMD283C3, with 0.6dB noise figure, is the first in a family of new Ultra Low Noise Amplifiers. The CMD283C3 LNA covers 2-6 GHz with high midband gain of 27 dB and output P1dB of 16dBm. The MMIC is housed in a leadless 3x3 mm surface mount package. It operates from a bias supply of +2 to +5 volts and draws a nominal 42mA. The CMD283C3 is ideally suited for S and C band receivers requiring excellent sensitivity, and as a replacement for discrete FET LNA solutions.
Visit www.custommmic.com/cmd283c3-low-noise-amplifier/ for more information and to download full datasheet and S-parameter data.
About Custom MMIC
Custom MMIC is a leading developer of performance driven monolithic microwave integrated circuits (MMICs). Embracing their customers’ challenges, the company offers both a growing family of highperformance MMIC standard products and innovative custom-design services. Their engineering team is highly experienced in a broad range of III-V processes (e.g. GaAs, GaN, InP, InGaP) and has longstanding relationships with the leading foundries. Custom MMIC specializes in RF through millimeter- wave circuits serving diverse markets including wireless and wired communications, satellite, radar systems, cellular infrastructure and instrumentation. The company was founded in 2006 and is based in Chelmsford, MA. For more information, visit www.custommmic.com.