IDT offers RF amplifiers with a variety of gain, noise figure and linearity features, in either differential or single-ended input impedances. The products feature innovative Zero-Distortion™ technology, enabling high output IP3 with very low current consumption – setting them apart from simple gain block amplifiers.
In addition, the RF amplifiers feature built-in broadband baluns to support wide-band applications with differential inputs and outputs. The products are designed for high-reliability operation, using a SiGe amplifier die together with an integrated passive device (IPD) die and proven, high-volume QFN packaging.
About RF Amplifiers
An RF amplifier (or radio frequency amplifier) is used to amplify high-frequency signals in radio communications equipment. An RF amplifier is typically found in both transmitters and receivers, each with specific requirements for gain, noise figure, and linearity. Offering high-performance, low-power RF amplifiers in both single-ended and differential configurations helps the system designer address a variety of RF transmitter applications with a minimum number of components.
|Function||Input Freq (MHz)||Output Freq Range (MHz)||Supply Voltage (V)||Pkg. Type||Lead Count (#)||Input IP3 (dBm)||Gain (dB)|
Differential Input, Single-e...
|Differential Input Amplifier||600 - 3000||600 - 3000||4.75 - 5.25||VFQFPN||24||28.7||13.1|