Model HLNAV-364 is a millimeter-wave low-noise amplifier (LNA) designed for use from 50 to 65 GHz. Developed by HXI, a solely owned subsidiary of Renaissance Electronics Corp., the amplifier achieves 25 dB typical gain over that frequency range with typical noise figure of 5 dB. The gain is flat within a 4-dB window. The LNA, which incorporates WR-15 (UG-385/U) RF interfaces and is based on GaAs monolithic-microwave-integrated-circuit (MMIC) devices, can handle input signals to -10 dBm without damage and delivers +13 dBm typical output power at 1-dB compression. Ideal for communications and broadband test systems, the rugged amplifier draws 275 mA typical current from a +6.5-VDC supply.

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Model HLNAV-364 is a millimeter-wave low-noise amplifier (LNA) designed for use from 50 to 65 GHz. Developed by HXI, a solely owned subsidiary of Renaissance Electronics Corp., the amplifier achieves 25 dB typical gain over that frequency range with typical noise figure of 5 dB. The gain is flat within a 4-dB window. The LNA, which incorporates WR-15 (UG-385/U) RF interfaces and is based on GaAs monolithic-microwave-integrated-circuit (MMIC) devices, can handle input signals to -10 dBm without damage and delivers +13 dBm typical output power at 1-dB compression. Ideal for communications and broadband test systems, the rugged amplifier draws 275 mA typical current from a +6.5-VDC supply.