Electronic Amplifiers

Power Upstream Amplifier meets DOCSIS® 3.0 requirements.
Electronic Amplifiers

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.
Electronic Amplifiers

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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Electronic Amplifiers

Dual Ultra-Low-Noise Amplifier features selectable gain.

Available with active impedance matching, Model AD8432 is suited for high channel count communications and medical applications that require up to 200 MHz of bandwidth. Single-ended-input amplifier operates on single 5 V supply and provides differential output optimized to drive I/Q demodulators and phase shifters. Housed in 4 x 4 mm package, amplifier operates from -40 to +85°C and offers...

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Electronic Amplifiers

WLAN Power Amplifier offers ultra-high linear output power.

Housed in 3 x 3 mm QFN package, 3-stage 2.4 GHz Model SST12CP11 achieves 34 dB power gain, 26 dBm 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. Device is 802.11b/g spectrum mask compliant up to 29 dBm for added performance. Manufactured using InGaP/GaAs HBT technology, amplifier helps optimize transmission range and...

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Op Amps combine performance, and low-power operation.
Electronic Amplifiers

Op Amps combine performance, and low-power operation.

Operating from 6-38 V supply, MAX9943 (single) and MAX9944 (dual) op amps consume 550 Â-µA quiescent current per amplifier. They have 100 µV max input-offset voltage as well as 0.4 µV/°C offset drift and offer gain-bandwidth product of 2.4 MHz. Featuring 15 nV/SqrRtHz input-voltage noise density and 1 fA/SqrRtHz input-current noise density, MAX9945 operates from 4.75-38...

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Op Amp consumes 552 nW with operation down to 1.6 V.

Featuring supply voltage of 1.6-5.5 V and max supply current of 0.4 Â-µA, PowerWise LPV521 extends battery life in portable equipment including wireless remote sensors, power-line monitoring, and micropower oxygen and gas sensors. Wide-input common-mode voltage range accepts input signals 100 mV beyond each rail, enabling direct connection to several sensor types. Housed in 5-pin SC-70...

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Electronic Amplifiers

Erbium Doped Fiber Amplifier offers custom configurability.

Intended for 1,550 nm optical transmission networks, WaveSmart PowerNode 1550 EDFA offers custom wavelengths and user-defined power output levels for distribution of optical signals. Internal microprocessor provides real-time monitoring and control for operating status of pump and I/O optical power. Warning information will be generated in case of amplifier failure and in critical condition, pump...

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IPG Photonics' Broadband Amplifiers Achieve RUS Acceptance

Innovative and Cost-Effective Solutions Support Broadband Stimulus Initiatives of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 Oxford, MA, July 21, 2009 - IPG Photonics Corporation, the global leader in high-power fiber lasers and amplifiers, announced today that its EAR series of Erbium Fiber Amplifiers have been accepted by the Rural Utilities Service (RUS) of the United States Department...

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Signal Splitter suits wideband WLAN applications.
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Signal Splitter suits wideband WLAN applications.

Covering frequency range of 750-2,700 MHz, SCW04N 4-way wireless splitter features 50 W power rating and is constructed from heavy duty aluminum. It is suited for 800 and 900 MHz cellular and ISM band operation, 1.8 and 1.9 GHz PCS cellular radio applications, as well as 2.3 GHz WCS Band, 2.36 GHz CDMA Band, and 2.4 GHz 802.11b, 802.11g, and 802.11n applications. Device is designed to be...

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Electronic Amplifiers

Video Amplifiers help achieve Energy Star compliance.

Featuring 6th order Butterworth fixed filter for HD and SD video, Model THS7365 includes bypass mode, which provides up to 250 MHz bandwidth to support full HD 1080p60 or UWXGA video. Total supply current is 21.6 mA at 5 V and 20.7 mA at 3.3 V. Equipped with 3rd order Butterworth fixed filter for EDTV, Model THS7319 features low quiescent current of 1.1 mA/channel and 0.15 Â-µA in power down...

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