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Analog Devices now has an extensive portfolio of single ended input/output fixed gain RF amplifiers that can be used from low frequencies up to 6 GHz. The families include low-noise amplifiers, IF amplifiers, gain blocks, drivers, and power amplifiers. more ...
|Low Noise Amplifiers (LNA)|
|ADL5521||400 MHz to 4 GHz Low Noise Amplifier||Specs|
|ADL5523||400 MHz - 4 GHz Low Noise Amplifier||Specs|
|Intermediate Frequency Amplifiers (IFA)|
|ADL5530||DC to 1000 MHz IF Gain Block||Specs|
|ADL5531||20 MHz to 500 MHz IF Gain Block||Specs|
|ADL5534||20 MHz to 500 MHz IF Gain Block||Specs|
|ADL5320||400 MHz to 2700 MHz RF Driver Amplifier||Specs|
|ADL5321||2300 MHz to 4000 MHz RF Driver Amplifier||Specs|
|ADL5322||700 MHz to 1000 MHz GaAs Matched RF PA Pre-Driver||Specs|
|ADL5323||1700 MHz to 2400 MHz GaAs Matched RF PA Pre-Driver||Specs|
|AD8353||1 MHz to 2.7 GHz RF Gain Block||Specs|
|AD8354||1 MHz to 2.7 GHz RF Gain Block||Specs|
|ADL5541||50 MHz to 6 GHz RF/IF Gain Blocks||Specs|
|ADL5542||50 MHz to 6 GHz RF/IF Gain Blocks||Specs|
|ADL5570||2.3 GHz to 2.4 GHz WiMAX Power Amplifier||Specs|
|ADL5571||2.5 GHz to 2.7 GHz WiMAX Power Amplifier||Specs|
Gain blocks are general-purpose broadband amplifiers that operate from low frequencies up to 6 GHz. All devices are 50 Ω internally matched with integrated internal bias circuitry, therefore minimizing the need for external components. ADI's gain blocks are fully ESD rated at 1 kV Class 1C or higher, and available in the smallest footprint LFCSP packaging.
All of the amplifiers are fully characterized over frequency, temperature, supply voltage, and part-to-part variation.
Low Noise Amplifiers (LNA)
As the first amplifier in the receive path, LNAs are a critical component for defining overall system performance and must be able to successfully amplify very low level signals without adding a significant amount of noise. ADI's LNA family sets an industry performance benchmark by operating from 400 MHz
to 4 GHz while achieving a low noise figure with the optimum amount of gain and current consumption. The new LNA family includes integrated active bias circuitry, requires minimal external matching components, and is available in the smallest footprint LFCSP packaging.
Evaluation boards are available that enable the user to optimize the LNA across the desired frequency range of interest.
Intermediate Frequency Amplifiers (IFA)
Designed to operate in the IF frequency range typically below 500 MHz, ADI's family of single- and dual-channel IFAs are fully specified and characterized to support applications across the most commonly used IF frequencies of 70, 140, 190, 240, and 380 MHz. The new IFA amplifier family provides the highest linearity specifications and is supplied within the smallest footprint LFCSP packaging. Furthermore, ADI’s IFAs integrate active bias circuitry, require minimal external matching components and support 1 kV Class 1C ESD.
High linearity and low noise figures, within the smallest footprint packages on the market.
ADI's driver amplifier family offers the highest linearity for a given output power to enable low distortion, and high output drive, directly to the power amplifier stages. This family offers unprecedented flexibility with both narrow- and broadband solutions that incorporate internal active biasing. The narrow-band parts are also internally matched to further reduce the external component count. The broadband drivers enable the user to tune the amplifier with a minimal number of external components to a desired frequency range, with industry-leading linearity and minimal current consumption.
These amplifiers can be driven harder and remain linear, with minimum distribution, while requiring few external components.
Analog Devices Offers Industry's Most Complete RF Portfolio with Addition of RF/IF Amplifiers
Four new RF amplifier families deliver industry’s best performance for the entire RF signal chain.
ADI launches four families of RF/IF amps
With an eye to providing a more complete RF signal chain, today Analog Devices launches four new families of RF/IF amplifiers. This extensive product launch includes 12 new devices, mostly in GaAs, that work in concert with existing products. "Our goal with these products is to provide a more complete overall signal chain," explains Phillip Halford, Product Manager, of Analog Devices, Inc. more ...
Analog Devices Offers Industry's Most Complete RF Portfolio With Addition Of RF/IF Amplifiers
Analog Devices, Inc., a global leader in high-performance semiconductors for signal processing applications, expands its industry-leading RF (radio frequency) solutions with the introduction today of an RF amplifier portfolio of 12 new devices covering the complete RF signal chain. more ...