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MGA-632P8-TR1G - 

LOW NOISE, ACTIVE BIAS LOW NOISE AMPLIFIER

BROADCOM LIMITED MGA-632P8-TR1G
BROADCOM LIMITED MGA-632P8-TR1G

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Manufacturer Part No:
MGA-632P8-TR1G
Newark Part No.:
27M0249
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Product Overview

MGA-632P8-TR1G is an economical, easy-to-use GaAs MMIC low noise amplifier (LNA) with active bias and comes in 7” reel container with 3000 number of devices in container. The LNA has low noise with excellent input return loss and high linearity achieved through the use of Avago Technologies’ proprietary 0.5um GaAs Enhancement-mode pHEMT process. The LNA has an extra feature that allows a designer to adjust supply current and gain externally. Due to the high isolation between the input and output, gain can be adjusted independently through a resistor in series with a blocking capacitor from the output pin to FB1 pin, without affecting the noise figure. It is housed in a miniature 2.0 x 2.0 x 0.75mm3 8-pin thin small leadless package (TSLP) package. The compact footprint and low profile coupled with low noise, high gain, excellent input return loss and high linearity make the MGA-632P8 an ideal choice as an LNA for cellular infrastructure for GSM, CDMA, W-CDMA and TD-SCDMA application.
  • Low noise figure
  • Good input return loss
  • High linearity performance
  • High Isolation
  • Externally adjustable supply current range is 40-80mA
  • Externally adjustable gain, 15-20dB
  • GaAs E-pHEMT technology
  • Low cost small package size: 2.0x2.0x0.75mm3
  • Excellent uniformity in product specifications

Applications

Wireless, RF Communications

Warnings

Electrostatic sensitive, ESD Machine Model = 50V, ESD Human Body Model = 200V

Product Information

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3.8GHz
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17.6dB
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0.62dB
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5.5V
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57mA
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Description:
MGA-632P8-BLKG is a economical, easy-to-use GaAs MMIC low noise amplifier (LNA) with active bias and comes in antistatic bag with 100 number of devices in container. The LNA has low noise with excellent input return loss and high linearity achieved through the use of Avago Technologies’ proprietary 0.5um GaAs Enhancement-mode pHEMT process. The LNA has an extra feature that allows a designer to adjust supply current and gain externally. Due to the high isolation between the input and output, gain can be adjusted independently through a resistor in series with a blocking capacitor from the output pin to FB1 pin, without affecting the noise figure. It is housed in a miniature 2.0 x 2.0 x 0.75mm3 8-pin thin small leadless package (TSLP) package. The compact footprint and low profile coupled with low noise, high gain, excellent input return loss and high linearity make the MGA-632P8 an ideal choice as an LNA for cellular infrastructure for GSM, CDMA, W-CDMA and TD-SCDMA application.

Feature & Benefits:
Low noise figure
Good input return loss
High linearity performance
High Isolation
Externally adjustable supply current range is 40-80mA
Externally adjustable gain is 15-20dB
GaAs E-pHEMT technology
Low cost small package size: 2.0x2.0x0.75mm3
Excellent uniformity in product specifications

Applications: RF Communications, Wireless

Warnings:
Electrostatic sensitive, ESD Machine Model = 50V, ESD Human Body Model = 200V
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