Custom MMIC, a leading developer of performance driven monolithic microwave integrated circuits (MMICs), has just released their industry-first Ultra Low Noise Amplifier (ULNA), along with 4 new members to their GaAs MMIC Digital Attenuator family. 

MMICs on the horizon include more ULNAs and Digital Attenuators (including packaged versions), as well as Broadband Distributed Power Amplifiers and GaN Mixers.

CMD283C3 -  Ultra-Low Noise Amplifier (ULNA)
  • Ultra-low noise figure: 0.6dB
  • High gain broadband performance: 2-6GHz
  • Low power dissipation
  • Output IP3: +26dBm
  • Pb-free RoHS compliant 3x3 QFN package

CMD279 & CMD280 -  Operating up to 30GHz(S, C, X, Ku, K and Ka Band) 5-bit Digital Attenuators
  • Ultra-wideband performance to 30GHz
  • Low insertion loss: 3.0-3.5dB
  • Wide attenuation range: 15.5dB
  • Small die size

CMD281 & CMD282 -  Operating up to 40GHz(L, S, C, X, Ku, K and Ka Band) 2-bit Digital Attenuators
  • Ultra-wideband performance to 40GHz
  • Low insertion loss: 1.2-1.5dB
  • Wide attenuation range: 6.0-12.0dB
  • Small die size

CMD249P5 - DC-20 GHz (L, S, C, X, Ku, K Band) Distributed Power Amplifier
  • Ultra-wideband performance: DC-20GHz
  • Output IP3: 39dBm
  • Output P1dB: 28dBm
  • Excellent return losses : 15dB
  • Positive Gain Slope
  • Pb-free RoHs compliant 5x5 QFN package

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