Distributed Amplifiers Offer Unique Positive Gain Slope

Description

Two distributed amplifiers offer unique positive gain slope and operate to 40 GHz.

 

The Model CMD242 features ultra-wideband performance from dc to 40 GHz while delivering 10.5 dB of gain with a flatness of +/- 1 dB. The noise figure of the CMD242 is 4.4 dB, with an output P1dB of 18 dBm and OIP3 of 27 dBm at 20 GHz. With a low current consumption of 100 ma, the CMD242 leads the market for the broad frequency and high dynamic range requirements.

 

The Model CMD244covers dc to 24 GHz, with a unique positive gain slope over frequency range. The positive gain slope feature decreases the requirement for equalizer circuitry, saving SWaP in many communications and measurement designs. The GaAs MMIC has a P1dB of 25 dBm, OIP3 of 32 dBm, 8 dB of gain and a noise figure of 2.5 dB at 10 GHz.

Specs

Specifications:

  • CMD242—ultra-wideband performance from dc to 40 GHz, delivers 10.5 dB of gain with flatness of ±1 dB
  • CMD244—covers dc to 24 GHz, unique positive gain slope over frequency range
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