Electronic Amplifiers

CMD242 and CMD244 Distributed Amplifiers are suitable for aerospace applications.
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CMD242 and CMD244 Distributed Amplifiers are suitable for aerospace applications.

Available in CMD242 and CMD244 models, Distributed Amplifiers are used in aerospace, commercial and military applications. Featuring 10.5 dB gain with ±1 dB flatness and 4.4 dB noise figure, CMD242 delivers P1dB of 18 dBm and OIP3 of 27 dBm at 20 GHz output and consumes 100 mA current. Offering 8 dB gain and 2.5 dB noise figure at 10 GHz, CMD244 provides P1dB of 25 dBm, OIP3 of 32 dBm output.

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NuPower minimizes heat generation.
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NuPower minimizes heat generation.

Designed with gallium nitride technology, 12A01A Power Amplifier offers 36dB of RF gain. Using 0 dBm nominal input drive level, unit is compact to use in variety of air- or ground-based tactical, test or training platforms. Housed in 3.00 x 2.00 x 0.65 in. package, 12A01A provides 4 W of linear RF power for boosting performance in data links and transmitters.

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OPA388 Operational Amplifier offers zero-drift and zero-crossover technology.

OPA388 Operational Amplifier eliminates temperature drift, flicker noise and offset errors to produce high DC precision, linear output and true rail-to-rail input operation. OPA388 enables high gain configurations with harmonic distortion of -132dBc and 7nV/√Hz voltage noise. Delivering 5µV offset voltage and offset voltage drift of 0.005μV/°C and 700pA maximum input bias current, unit is...

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Copper Infiltration Using Wrought Wire Infiltrant - Process and Productivity Improvements for Automotive Components
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Copper Infiltration Using Wrought Wire Infiltrant - Process and Productivity Improvements for Automotive Components

For the past 60 years, the use of copper infiltration on ferrous metals in powder metallurgy has been a popular method for manufacturing high performance components. Recently, a new twist on an old idea has been developed in the form of a new wrought copper alloy wire. With excellent infiltration response as well as the ability to improve numerous physical and mechanical properties of ferrous materials, this new technology presents many advantages for PM processing and production. In this comprehensive white paper, you will explore all you need to know about this material, including an in-depth look at its chemical and physical properties. Using automotive components as examples, the white paper examines the benefits of this new form of copper infiltration compared to more traditional infiltration methods. Download now, and discover if this new technology is the solution for your high performance component application.

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Emerging Technologies: TRUMPF Showcases Lasers for Research and 3D Printing
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Emerging Technologies: TRUMPF Showcases Lasers for Research and 3D Printing

Laser amplifiers offer new approach to attosecond physics - new picosecond lasers can machine highly reflective materials – compact, all-round 3D printers for metal parts - TRUMPF nominated for Prism Award Ditzingen/San Francisco, January 31, 2017 - The high technology company TRUMPF, based in Ditzingen near Stuttgart, Germany, has put on another impressive show at this year’s Photonics West,...

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NuPower features automatic transmit sensing.
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NuPower features automatic transmit sensing.

Available in 12C04A model NW-BA-12C04A with part number, NuPower™ Xtender™ Bidirectional Amplifier operates with +5dBm input level with 3.5 dB noise figure. Featuring fast T/R mode switch time of < 1.5 μs, unit offers 15 watts of RF power across 1.0 to 2.5 GHz L- & S- band frequencies. Using Gallium Nitride power amplifier device technology, product features 6.9 cu in. small form factor and...

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Instrumentation Amplifier are compatible with all 12, 16, or 24-bit A/D devices.
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Instrumentation Amplifier are compatible with all 12, 16, or 24-bit A/D devices.

Available in USBPIA-S1™ and USBPGF-S1™ models, Instrumentation Amplifier comes with ready-made windows application and Software Development Kit. Controlled from external source, product provides 0.1 Hz to 200 kHz low pass filter corner frequency. Suitable for filtering applications in sound and vibration testing, units each module is wired for different or single-ended measurement. Unit...

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GaAs Low Phase Noise Amplifier offers -165dBc/Hz phase noise.
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GaAs Low Phase Noise Amplifier offers -165dBc/Hz phase noise.

Used in Local Oscillator and high sensitivity receiver circuits for military and instrumentation applications, GaAs MMIC Low Phase Noise Amplifier comes in three die and two QFN packaged MMICs in 6 to 22 and 30 to 40 GHz freqency range. Operated with power supply of 3 to 5 volts, amplifier family is self- biased. CMD245 and CMD245C4 are operated in 6 to 18 GHz frequency and CMD246 C4 is operated...

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CMD240P4 MMIC Distributed Amplifier eliminates external RF port matching.
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CMD240P4 MMIC Distributed Amplifier eliminates external RF port matching.

Featuring Pb free RoHS compliant 4 x 4 mm QFN package, CMD240P4 GaAs MMIC Distributed Amplifier operates from DC to 22 GHz at -40 to 85°C temperature. Operating in 3 to 8 V bias voltage with 80 mA bias current, unit offers 2.2 dB low noise figure and 28 dBm IP3. Offering 15 dB stable gain and 1 dB compression point of 19 dBm, unit is designed with 50 Ohm matching at each port and is suitable in...

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