Electronic Amplifiers

Electronic Amplifiers

Hybrid Power Doubler Amplifier enhances CATV infrastructure.

Supplying min gain of 21 dB over 45-1,003 MHz frequency range, GaN-based RFPD2650 is designed for CATV infrastructure applications with hybrid fiber coaxial (HFC) optical nodes. It delivers low distortion performance with flexibility to optimize for supply current or energy consumption. Specifically, amp can deliver up to 20% power/energy savings with no performance penalty in HFC networks or it...

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Operational Amplifiers feature rail-to-rail I/O.

Featuring supply current of 20 Â-µA, Models ISL28130, ISL28230, and ISL28430 are single, dual, and quad micropower operational amplifiers optimized for single and dual supply operation from 1.65-5.5 V and ±0.825 to ±2.75 V. Units feature low input offset voltage of 40 µV, low offset drift of 150 nV/°C, and input bias current of 250 pA. Operating from 0 to...

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Low Noise Amplifiers offer 3 programmable gain states.

Suited for high-data-rate wireless protocols such as HSPA and LTE, Models MAX2666/MAX2668 deliver 15 dB of gain with 1.0 dB noise figure and operation over I, IV, V, VI, VII, and X UMTS frequency bands. Units run off 2.7-3.3 V supply with 3.8 mA supply current and less than 100 Â-µA in lowest gain mode. Housed in 1.5 x 1.0 x 0.55 mm package, devices are specified over -40 to +85°C...

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SMT Power Amplifiers suit point-to-point radio market.
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SMT Power Amplifiers suit point-to-point radio market.

Supplied in QFN and SMD packages, XP10xx-Qx power amplifiers collectively cover 5.9-40.0 GHz frequency range. Gain control and temperature-compensated, on-chip detectors are standard. Linearity is expressed via third order intercept point (OIP3) values from 35.5-41 dB, and gain values range from 21-26 dB. With current ratings from 500-1,000 mA and voltage ratings from 4.0-7.0 V, products suit...

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Analog Devices Variable Gain Amplifiers Provide Unprecedented Levels of Performance and Integration at RF and IF Frequencies

Highly integrated SiGe BiCMOS and GaAs RF/IF variable gain control amplifiers combine multiple functions in single chip, achieving significant BOM savings and breakthrough radio performance. NORWOOD, Mass. - Analog Devices, Inc. (NYSE: ADI), a global leader in high-performance semiconductors for signal-processing applications and RF integrated circuits, today introduced a series of highly...

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Differential Amplifier drives DC to 100 MHz signals.

Built on SiGe BiCMOS process and specified to operate with 3 or 5 V single supply, Model LTC6409 is capable of driving DC to 100 MHz signals with 1.1 nV/√Hz noise and -88 dBc HD2/HD3 distortion. Device features 10 GHz gain-bandwidth product, 100 dB SFDR up to 40 MHz, and 1% settling time of 1.9 ns. Housed in 2 x 3 mm QFN package, amplifier has wide input common mode range of 0-3.5 V and output...

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Process Controllers are available with software interface.
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Process Controllers are available with software interface.

Used for monitoring press-fitting processes or implementing switch checks, respectively, MP85A FASTpress and MP85A-S EASYswitch utilize software interface for connection to IPM process data management software. Controllers can be seamlessly integrated into appropriate system via IPM interface so that acquired production data can be directly transmitted to quality assurance server for...

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Samsung Selects High-Performing ANADIGICS Power Amplifier for Use in Intensity II(TM) and Gusto(TM) Mobile Phones

ANADIGICS' AWC6323 Device Meets Demand for Increased Integration in Dual-Band Handsets WARREN, NJ - September 22, 2010 - Continuing to demonstrate industry leadership in designing power amplifiers (PAs) for the world's most popular mobile devices, ANADIGICS, Inc. (Nasdaq: ANAD) today announced that its HELP3E(TM) Dual Band AWC6323 PA is being implemented in Samsung's Intensity II(TM) and...

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Self-Calibrating Op-Amps suit portable instrumentation.

Featuring rail-to-rail I/O, MAX9613/MAX9615 op-amps offer self-calibration feature that automatically compensates for errors generated over time or by temperature changes and which activates each time system is powered up. Units operate from 1.8-5.5 V supply and consume 220 Â-µA of quiescent current. Specified over -40 to +125°C temperature range, they have offset voltage of 100...

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Distributed Power Amplifier serves DC to 20 GHz applications.
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Distributed Power Amplifier serves DC to 20 GHz applications.

Supplied as RoHS-compliant, 3.12 x 1.63 x 0.1 mm die, EWH2001ZZ monolithic microwave integrated circuit (MMIC) distributed power amplifier is based on GaAs pHEMT technology. It delivers +26 dBm typ output power at 1 dB compression through 12 GHz (+23 dBm typ to 20 GHz). Small-signal gain is 19 dB typ at 2 GHz and 18 dB typ at 20 GHz, with gain flatness of ±2 dB from DC to 20 GHz. Product is...

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Dodge® Raptor Coupling Now Available in Three Larger Sizes
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Dodge® Raptor Coupling Now Available in Three Larger Sizes

The Dodge Raptor coupling epitomizes the innovation and value that has made Baldor a world leader in industrial electric motors. For almost 100 years Baldor has been the go-to source for industries across the globe. The Raptor coupling is just one example of our dedication to engineered excellence and commitment to providing value and performance. See our video to learn more.

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