Electronic Amplifiers

Electronic Amplifiers

RF Power Transistors target TD-SCDMA wireless networks.

Providing 50 W peak RF output power, MRF7P20040H LDMOS FET features drain efficiency of 43% and 18 dB gain at 10 W average output. Multi-stage power amplifier IC, Model MD7IC2050N, provides 70 W peak RF output power, drain efficiency of 35%, and 29 dB gain at 10 W output. Designer can select discrete, 3-stage PA configuration with MRF7P20040H as final amplifier, or MD7IC2050N IC in 2-stage PA...

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Transmit Module offers CMOS design for cellular handsets.

Dual-band AM7802 GSM/GPRS transmit module integrates power amplifier, controller, transmit/receive switch, and filtering into 30 mm2 package. Unit is capable of 1.5 kV ESD on all pins, including RF pins, and can withstand 8 kV ESD on antenna port. Capable of operation down to 2.7 V, it maximizes handset operating time and will be able to be used with next-generation, low-voltage batteries.

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Op Amp offers low offset voltage of 75 µV max.
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Op Amp offers low offset voltage of 75 µV max.

Built using bipolar process technology, dual 40 V Model ISL28207 features typical input bias current of 60 pA. Temperature drift is 0.65 Â-µV/°C for input offset voltage and 0.2 pA/°C for input bias current, making device suited for 16- and 24-bit applications. Operating from 4.5-40 V with temperature range of -40 to +125°C, operational amplifier provides 4 kV HBM ESD...

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Operational Amplifier offers ultra-low noise performance.
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Operational Amplifier offers ultra-low noise performance.

Created on bipolar process technology, 40 V Model ISL28127 offers low-frequency voltage noise performance of 3.0 nV/√Hz at 10 Hz, offset voltage of 70 mV, and 10 nA max input bias current. Device also features offset voltage drift performance of 0.5 mV/°C max and is unity-gain stable over full -40 to +125°C temperature range. With supply voltage range of 4.5-40 V and gain bandwidth...

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Distillation 101: A Guide to Distillation and Separation Technologies
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Distillation 101: A Guide to Distillation and Separation Technologies

Distillation is a separation unit operation that involves multiple countercurrent-stage steps, separating two or more volatile components. This results in the contact of liquid and vapor most generally in counterflow. Distillation 101: A Guide to Distillation and Separation Technologies provides an in-depth look at everything you need to know about distillation, including: Design procedures Equipment components Applications

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Broadband Amplifier features modular design.

BBA100 has modular design that allows users to select frequency range and output power to suit their requirements, and built-in expansion capability allows amplifier modules to be replaced easily. Device features 3 frequency bands, each with configurable interlock circuit, that cover range from 9 kHz to 1 GHz and provide power up to 500 W. Integrated system controller controls frequency bands,...

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Video Filter Amplifier offers short-to-battery protection.
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Video Filter Amplifier offers short-to-battery protection.

Designed to withstand harsh operating conditions in automotive applications, MAX9532 drives standard-definition video connections to in-dash or rear-seat automotive display. Unit integrates short-to-battery protection up to 18 V on video output, eliminating need for external series resistor. Operating from 2.7-3.6 V supply, amplifier employs DirectDrive® technology, which automatically...

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Amplifier suits automotive entry/tire pressure monitoring.
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Amplifier suits automotive entry/tire pressure monitoring.

Operating in 315 and 433 MHz bands, MAX2634 is designed for remote keyless entry and tire pressure monitoring applications. It consumes 2.5 mA of supply current and eshibits 1.25 dB noise. Logic-enabled shutdown reduces supply current to under 1 Â-µA. Contained in 2.0 x 2.2 mm, 6-pin SC70 package, amplifier operates from 2.2-5.5 V supply and is specified over -40 to +125°C temperature...

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WLAN Power Amplifier offers optimized linear output power.

Supplied in 3 x 3 mm QFN package, 2.4 GHz SST12CP11 is manufactured using InGaP/GaAs HBT technology and supports operating voltage up to 5 V. Three-stage device achieves 34 dB power gain as well as 26 and 25 dBm linear output power at 3.5% and 2.5% EVM, respectively, at 5.0 V bias with less than 470 mA current consumption. This helps increase transmission range and data rate of WiFi (802.11b/g/n)...

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Power Upstream Amplifier meets DOCSIS® 3.0 requirements.
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Power Upstream Amplifier meets DOCSIS® 3.0 requirements.

Model MAX3518 CATV amplifier dissipates 1.25 W when configured for 31 dB of gain and +64 dBm VOUT. It also consumes 25 mW in transmit-disabled mode while acheiving 10 dB noise and 60 dBc of harmonic distortion. Operating from 5.0 V supply that connects to single pin on device, it is specified over -40 to +85°C temperature range. Unit is available in 5 x 5 mm, 20-pin TQFN package.

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Chopper Stabilized Op Amp prolongs battery life.
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Chopper Stabilized Op Amp prolongs battery life.

Suitable for portable and battery-powered instruments, dual-channel Model ADA4051-2 features Auto-Correction Feedback Loop ripple-suppression technology to provide low offset voltage of 2-15 Â-µV. Rail-to-rail I/O helps provide dynamic range greater than 110 dB, while chopper architecture enables device to achieve PSRR and CMRR of 135 dB. Operating from 1.8-5.5 V single power supply,...

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