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Analog Devices Medium-Power Driver Amplifier Ideal for Communications Systems

Analog Devices

Analog Devices rolls out a medium-power, distributed driver amplifier which operates between 24 and 35 GHz.  The HMC1131 amplifier provides 22-dB of gain, +35-dBm output IP3, and +24 dBm of output power at 1-dB gain compression.

The new amplifier reduces the number of components required to achieve the desired output power and small signal gain, which lowers development costs and design time by enabling simpler transmit line-ups and higher integration.

Based on a GaAs (gallium-arsenide) pHEMT (pseudomorphic high-electron mobility transistor) design, the HMC1131 is ideal for civil and defense communications systems, including point-to-point and point-to-multi-point radios and VSAT and SATCOM applications.

The HMC1131 is capable of supplying +25 dBm of saturated output power with 16 percent PAE and is housed in a compact, leadless 4×4 mm ceramic surface-mount package.

Key Features

  • High Output IP3: 35 dBm
  • High Gain: 22 dB
  • High P1dB Output Power: 24 dBm
  • DC Supply: +5V @ 225 mA
  • Compact 24-lead SMT Package: 16 mm²

Pricing and Availability

Product Sample Availability Full Production Price Each per 1,000 Packaging
HMC1131 Now Now $34.15 4mm X 4mm Ceramic SMT

 

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