Product Showcase

  1. 3-Channel Low Noise Amplifier

    Corry Micronics offers the CMILNA-847-1747-S as a new broadband low noise amplifier (LNA) with three independently amplified channels in a common housing. Features include an ultra-low noise figure of 2 dB and greater than 18 dB of gain, making this LNA ideal for a number of applications, such as cellular base stations, software defined and field communication radios, FM and AM receivers, switch matrices, lab use, WiFi, surveillance sub-systems, satellite systems, and other pre-amplification applications.

  2. AR Solid-State Field Generating Systems

    AR now offers a new series of state-of-the-art solid state field generating systems designed to offer better performance, increased reliability, and the best support in the industry for a wide variety of applications, including EMC radiated susceptibility for MIL-STD-461 testing, radar systems, and communications. As an alternative solution to Traveling Wave Tube Amplifiers (TWTAs), these systems drive separate antennas to generate field strength up to 50 V/m.

  3. Airborne K-Band Strip Line Filter

    Corry Micronics now offers the CMIBPF-23G-2G, a new strip line bandpass filter with a center frequency of 23 GHz designed specifically as a lightweight filter for communication drones. This K-band filter is unique in that it features a surface mountable design, pick and placed characteristics, and installation with standard off the shelf solders.

  4. Ultra-Low Noise 2-Stage Bypass LNA: QPL9065

    Qorvo offers the QPL9065 high-linearity, ultra-low noise gain block amplifier with integrated bypass mode functionality. This 2-stage LNA is ideal for a wide range of applications including base station receivers, tower mount amplifiers, repeaters, FDD-LTE, TDD-LTE, WCDMA, and general purpose wireless systems.

  5. “U” Series Amplifiers With Widest Bandwidth In The Industry

    AR’s new “U” Series amplifiers offer the broadest frequency ranges in the industry, from 10 kHz to 1000 MHz, and a wide power spectrum of 1 – 25 Watts. These reliable, long-lasting universal amplifiers are ideal for use in multiple applications across diverse industries such as laboratory testing, EMC testing, antenna and component testing, Watt meter calibration, research, and much more.

  6. 6 GHz Fixed Attenuators With 4.1/9.5 And 4.3/10 Connectors

    The 50FHC-XXX-25-6 and 50FHXC-XXX-50-6 are fixed attenuators covering the DC – 6 GHz frequency range with 4.1/9.5 and 4.3/10 connectors. They also feature RF input power at 25 or 50 W, attenuation values from 1 – 40 dB, and 50 Ohms nominal impedance.

  7. High-Power Bluetooth® Amplifier For Mobile Applications: SKY85018-11

    Skyworks introduces the new SKY85018-11 high-power Bluetooth® power amplifier solution designed specifically for mobile applications that target Wi-Fi enabled smartphones, tablets, and other portable devices. This highly integrated device is optimized for improving Bluetooth® connectivity ranges that are required for music streaming.

  8. 1000 Watts CW 0.8 – 4.2 GHz Solid-State Amplifier: 1000S1G4

    AR’s 1000S1G4 is a solid-sate amplifier covering the 0.8 – 4.2 GHz frequency range. When used with a sweep generator, it provides a minimum of 1000 watts RF power. Like most of AR’s amplifiers, this model is ideal for applications that call for instantaneous bandwidth, high linearity, and high gain.

  9. DC - 12 GHz, 10 Watt, 32 V GaN RF Transistor: QPD1022

    The Qorvo QPD1022 is a 10 W (P3dB) discrete GaN on SiC HEMT which operates from DC to 12 GHz. This wideband device is a single stage unmatched power amplifier transistor in an over-molded plastic package. The wide bandwidth of the QPD1022 makes it suitable for many different applications from DC to 12 GHz.

  10. Ultra-Low-Noise Flat Gain LNA: QPL9503

    The QPL9503 from Qorvo is a flat-gain, high-linearity, ultra-low-noise amplifier (LNA) optimized for the 3.0 – 6.0 GHz frequency range. At the 5.5 GHz frequency mark, this LNA typically provides 21.6dB gain, 45.5 dBm OIP3 at 56 nM bias setting, and 0.95 dB noise figure. Biasing is also possible from a single positive supply ranging from 3.3 to 5 volts.