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28 August 2018

Custom MMIC launches LNA with 0.6dB noise figure and spanning 2-6GHz

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Monolithic microwave integrated circuit developer Custom MMIC of Westford, MA, USA has launched a gallium arsenide (GaAs) low-noise amplifier (LNA) MMIC with broadband noise figure performance previously only achievable with discrete FET designs. The CMD283C3, with a noise figure of 0.6dB, is the first in a family of new ultra-low-noise amplifiers.

The CMD283C3 LNA covers 2-6GHz with high mid-band gain of 27dB and output P1dB of 16dBm. Housed in a leadless 3mm x 3mm surface-mount package, the new MMIC operates from a bias supply of +2V to +5V and draws a nominal 42mA in current.

The CMD283C3 is suitable for S- and C-band receivers requiring excellent sensitivity, and as a replacement for discrete FET LNA solutions.

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