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6 November 2013

MACOM launches 5V broadband LNA for CPE universal front-ends

M/A-COM Technology Solutions Inc of Lowell, MA, USA, which makes semiconductors, components and subassemblies for RF, microwave and millimeter-wave applications, has launched 5V RF low-noise amplifier suited for 50-2700MHz cable, terrestrial and satellite applications.

The MAAM-011117 is targeted at users needing a broadband, high-performance solution for CPE (customer premises equipment) applications. Operating over a 50-2700MHz frequency bandwidth, it incorporates a power-down function in order to minimize power consumption during stand-by.

The device is packaged in an 8-lead 2mm x 2mm plastic package that incorporates a number of off-chip components, resulting in a highly integrated solution for space-constrained front-ends. The LNA delivers high gain of 16dB, low noise of 2.7dB and what is claimed to be very low distortion performance, providing a universal amplifier solution targeting easy and efficient front-end implementation.

“The MAAM-011117 has been designed specifically for customers requiring a highly linear, low-noise amplifier solution that covers DVT-T,-C and-S bands,” says Graham Board, product manager, Networks.

Production quantities and samples of the MAAM-011117 are available from stock.

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