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Ultra Small Broadband Variable Gain Amplifier
The MAAM-011100 is an easy-to-use, broadband, general purpose variable gain amplifier. Its over 30 dB gain range is controlled by a single control pin and 50 Ohm match is maintained over all settings. The MAAM-011100 operates from 400 MHz to 20 GHz and features flat gain control from +10 dB to -20 dB. At maximum gain setting (VC=Open) it delivers up to +18 dBm power and under 5 dB noise figure. Both reduce proportionally as gain is reduced with VC. The input IP3 exceeds +15 dBm at max/min gain settings. The device is typically biased with a VD = +5 V, VG = -0.5 V, and a control of 0 V to -2 V. Typical current is 70 mA with VG at -0.5 V The MAAM-011100 is ideally suited for use as a power amplifier driver, gain trimming block, or temperature compensation in the receive or transmit mode. Typical applications include Wi-Fi, LTE. Point-to-Point, IMS, EW, and A&D systems. This device is housed in a leadless 1.5 X 1.2 mm package that can be handled and placed with standard pick and place assembly equipment.
  • 12 dB Gain
  • RoHS Compliant
  • 260°C Reflow Compatible
  • Lead-Free 1.5 x 1.2 mm 6-lead TDFN Package
  • +5 V, -0.5 V DC, 70 mA
  • +18 dBm Output Power
  • 30 dB Gain Control with 0 to -2 V Control
  • 50 Ohm Input/Output Match over Gain Range
  • ISM
  • Min Frequency: 500 MHz
  • Max Frequency: 20,000 MHz
  • Gain: 12 dB
  • OIP3: 25 dBm
  • Bias Voltage: 5 V
  • Bias Current: 70 mA
  • NF: 5 dB
  • Attenuator Range: 30 dB
  • Output P1dB: 15 dBm
  • 1.5 x 1.2mm TDFN-6
  • 53
Lead Finish
  • 100% matte tin plate followed by a post-plate annealing operation of 1 hr at 150C
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