Low noise amplifiers

  • 03-Feb-2009 11:43 EST

Surface-mount filtered GPS low-noise amplifiers from Spectrum Microwave offer multiple gain stages of 26-38 dB with more than 35 dB of out-of-band rejection at 1575.42 MHz. This small-surface-mount design exhibits a low noise figure of 1.8 dB and operates from a 5-32 V supply while only consuming 77 mA. The filtered amplifiers offer a four-pin design for easy mounting and customer-selected 26, 32, or 38 dB gain options. The units are also offered in connectorized hermetic packages for inline booster applications or other harsh environments.
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