GaAs pHEMT MMIC Medium Power Amplifier, 5 - 20 GHz
The HMC451 is a general purpose GaAs PHEMT MMIC Medium Power Amplifier which operates between 5 and 20 GHz. The amplifier provides 22 dB of gain, +22 dBm of saturated power at 24% PAE from a +5V supply. Consistent gain and output power across the operating band make it possible to use a common driver/LO amplifier approach in multiple radio bands. The HMC451 amplifier can easily be integrated into Multi-Chip-Modules (MCMs) due to its small (1.61mm2) size, single supply operation and DC blocked I/Os. All data is tested with the chip in a 50 Ohm test fixture connected via 0.025mm (1 mil) diameter wire bonds of minimal length <0.31mm (<12 mils).
- Point-to-Point Radios
- Point-to-Multi-Point Radios & VSAT
- Test Equipment & Sensors
- LO Driver for HMC Mixers
- Military & Space
At least one model within this product family is in production and available for purchase. The product is appropriate for new designs but newer alternatives may exist.
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