Low Noise MMIC Amplifier, 30 MHz to 1.7 GHz


Product Overview TSY-172LNB+ (RoHS compliant) is an advanced Low Voltage, Low Current, Low Noise wideband Bypass amplifier fabricated using GaAs E-PHEMT technology offering extremely high dynamic range over a broad frequency range. It has integrated switches enabling users to bypass the amplifier. TSY is enclosed in a 8-lead 2 x 2 mm MCLP package for good thermal performance. Feature Advantages Ultra-wideband: 30 MHz – 1.7 GHz Ideal for a wide range of receiver applications including military, commercial wireless, and instrumentation. Low Voltage & Low Current 2.7V & 7.7 mA Ideal for Battery operates systems High IP3 24.7 dBm typ at 1 GHz Provides enhanced linearity over broad frequency range under high signal conditions. Bypass feature Low insertion loss Unlike other amplifiers, insertion loss is low in Bypass mode. (For Bypass, both VDD and Ve are set to 0V.) Compact size: 2 x 2 x 1 mm Saves space in dense system layouts. Low inductance, repeatable transitions, and excellent thermal contact.


• Wideband: 0.03-1.7 GHz • Built-in Bypass switching • Low Noise figure: 1.4 dB typ. • P1dB: +17.5 dBm typ. • Low current and low voltage (2.7V and 7.7 mA)

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