Features and Benefits
- Noise Figure: 3.0 dB
- Gain: 20 dB
- P1dB Output Power: +12 dBm
- Supply Voltage: +2.5V @ 52 mA
- Die Size: 1.80 x 0.73 x 0.1 mm
The HMC-ALH313 is a three stage GaAs MMIC HEMT Low Noise Amplifier die which operates between 27 and 33 GHz. The amplifier provides 20 dB of gain, a 3 dB noise figure and +12 dBm of output power at 1 dB gain compression while requiring only 52 mA from a +2.5V supply voltage. This amplifier die is ideal for use as a LNA or driver amplifier, and may be easily integrated into Multi-Chip-Modules (MCMs) due to its small size (1.30 mm²) .
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