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2006-06-02 VFA, CFA, Bipolar or CMOS - Which high-speed amplifier is best for your low-noise application?
Both current- and voltage-feedback amplifier topologies are popular choices for high-speed applications. An understanding of the differences in circuit topology along with basic noise and distortion characteristics is crucial for optimal product selection
2002-12-20 Ultra low noise amplifier for 900 and 2000 MHz with high IP3
This application note describes four LNA designs with the BFG410W and BFG425W transistors
2010-12-13 Two ways to measure noise figure
Learn about accurate and repeatable methods for measuring noise figure
2011-05-17 RF amplifier boasts ultra-small footprint
Avago Technologies unveils the VMMK-3xxx amplifiers, leveraging Avago WaferCap chip scale packaging (CSP) technology to offer an ultra-small footprint of 1x0.5x0.25mm.
2005-06-07 Receiver with -110dBm sensitivity for high-volume, low-cost apps
Maxim introduced the MAX7042 VHF/UHF PLL-based frequency shift keying receiver, which is well suited for low-cost, high-volume apps where range is critical
2004-10-28 NJR amplifier suits 800MHz, 2.1GHz phones
NJR rolled out a bypass circuit-equipped low-noise amplifier GaAs MMIC engineered primarily for use in W-CDMA 800MHz and 2.1GHz dual-band mobile phones.
2004-12-09 Microwave radio, test, and sensor apps get a low-noise boost
Hittite introduced a new family of low noise amplifiers for microwave radio, test and sensor applications from 7GHz to 32GHz
2002-09-09 Maxim 5GHz LNA has low-power shutdown function
The MAX2649 5GHz LNA features low-power shutdown function that allows the device to draw <15A to preserve battery life in portable 802.11a WLAN and 5GHz cordless phones
2004-11-23 Low-noise amplifier (LNA) matching techniques for optimizing noise figures
This app note features techniques for optimizing noise figures in LNA
2004-06-21 Low-noise amplifier (LNA) matching techniques for optimizing noise figure
This app note analyzes the effect of circuit noise
2000-06-12 Low-Cost Integrated Solution for Analog Cellular RF Blocks
This technical note presents an IC solution to the analog cellular receive LNA/Mixer and transmit PA blocks that satisfy the performance and size requirements at a favorable cost, competitive with discrete solutions.
2001-04-11 Low voltage front-end circuits: SA601, SA620
This application note highlights the key features and distinguishes the key differences between Philips Semiconductors' SA601 and SA620 low-power RF communication devices
2013-04-25 LNA boasts 0.7 to 3.8GHz noise figure performance
Skyworks Solutions' SKY67151-396LF is a GaAs, pHEMT low noise amplifier features the company's advanced pHEMT enhancement mode process in a compact 2x2mm, 8-pin DFN package.
2002-07-08 Linear Tech op amps produce 1.9nV/sqrt-Hz noise
The LT6203 dual and LT6204 quad rail-to-rail I/O, unity-gain stable op amps feature a noise voltage of 1.9nV/sqrt-Hz (100kHz) while drawing 2.5mA
2008-06-18 LabVIEW toolkit does low-cost GPS testing
National Instruments has announced the NI GPS Toolkit for LabVIEW, an extension of the graphical system design environment that expands the NI RF PXI platform to include multi-satellite GPS signal simulation.
2008-06-24 ISM-band transceiver integrates power amplifier
RF Micro Devices Inc. has released the industry's first 5.8GHz ISM band transceiver with an integrated power amplifier
2016-01-21 In pursuit of quiet: Noise in linear regulators
It is always better to make sure the noise levels are low enough for your needs without expensive trials. Find out how this can be achieved
2012-05-09 Imec, Panasonic develop low-power 7Gb/s 60GHz transceiver
The transceiver front-end prototype IC achieves an error vector management (EVM) better than -17dB for QAM16 modulation in the four channels specified by the IEEE802.11ad standard.
2010-07-27 High-sensitivity, low-power wireless receivers support multiple protocols
Infineon Technologies introduces an enhanced family of three wireless control receivers offering the highest current available sensitivity and low power consumption. These controllers also provide multi-band support and capability for use in various automotive applications
2005-08-16 GPS low-noise amplifier design made easy with MMIC
Learn the possible ways of putting MMIC-based GPS low-noise amplifier designs under software control
2003-07-01 Designing low-cost CDMA front-end receivers
The constant pressure on RF design engineers to come up with low-cost RF solutions are remedied by RF Micro Devices' RF2870 small CDMA LNA/Mixer
2004-12-03 BGA619 SiGe high IP3 low noise amplifier in UMTS receiver apps
This app note discusses low noise amplifier used for UMTS wireless frontends.
2004-12-03 BGA619 SiGe high IP3 low noise amplifier in PCS receiver apps
This app note discusses low noise amplifier used in 1900MHz PCS wireless frontends (CDMA 2000).
2004-12-03 BGA619 SiGe high IP3 low noise amplifier in Korean PCS receiver apps
This app note demonstrates low noise amplifier used in 1800MHz PCS wireless frontends.
2004-12-03 BGA619 SiGe high IP3 low noise amplifier in Chinese PCS receiver apps
This app note discusses low noise amplifier used for 2100MHz PCS wireless frontends.
2014-06-09 Amplifier delivers 19dB gain with 3dB noise figure
The low-noise amplifier from MACOM boasts exceptional implementation in 22GHz38GHz receiver applications.
2004-12-14 A low noise amplifier with high IP3 for the 900MHz band using the MRF1057T1 low noise transistor
This app note discusses a low noise amplifier with high IP3 for the 900MHz band using the MRF1057T1 low noise transistor.
2004-12-14 A cascade 2 stage low noise amplifier using the MRF1047T1 low noise transistor
This app note describes the performance of a cascade LNA circuit using the Motorola MRF1047T1 low noise bipolar transistor
2015-10-28 A brief look at intrinsic op amp noise
If you do not want to do the full detailed noise analysis and just need some quick rules of thumb to get your design in the ball park, this article is for you
2001-04-03 900MHz low-noise amplifier with the BFG480W
This application note presents an example of a 900MHz low-noise amplifier (LNA) using Philips Semiconductors' BFG480W double poly-silicon wideband transistor.
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