LNAF mechanical

PRODUCT MODEL:

Amplifier Filter (LNAF)

DESCRIPTION:

The LNAF is a broadband amplifier that is characterized to a specific customer specified frequency within the operating band with an integrated lowpass filter. The LNAF’s integral 5-section LPF attenuates unwanted harmonics and other undesired signals at the output after amplification. A wide selection of common amplifiers and input/output attenuators provide flexibility in configuring gain and input/output levels (see amplifier selection table for options). Residual phase noise is verified at 100 MHz unless otherwise specified. Please consult our technical staff for assistance in configuring an amplifier to suit your input and output requirements.

  • Frequencies to 2 GHz
  • Excellent Harmonic Rejection
  • Characterized Phase Noise
  • Integral Attenuators
  • Low Phase Noise Amplification
  • Broadband Amplification

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Features

The LNAF is a broadband amplifier that is characterized to a specific customer specified frequency within the operating band with an integrated lowpass filter. The LNAF’s integral 5-section LPF attenuates unwanted harmonics and other undesired signals at the output after amplification. A wide selection of common amplifiers and input/output attenuators provide flexibility in configuring gain and input/output levels (see amplifier selection table for options). Residual phase noise is verified at 100 MHz unless otherwise specified. Please consult our technical staff for assistance in configuring an amplifier to suit your input and output requirements.

  • Frequencies to 2 GHz
  • Excellent Harmonic Rejection
  • Characterized Phase Noise
  • Integral Attenuators
  • Low Phase Noise Amplification
  • Broadband Amplification

Applications

The LNAF is a broadband amplifier that is characterized to a specific customer specified frequency within the operating band with an integrated lowpass filter. The LNAF’s integral 5-section LPF attenuates unwanted harmonics and other undesired signals at the output after amplification. A wide selection of common amplifiers and input/output attenuators provide flexibility in configuring gain and input/output levels (see amplifier selection table for options). Residual phase noise is verified at 100 MHz unless otherwise specified. Please consult our technical staff for assistance in configuring an amplifier to suit your input and output requirements.

  • Frequencies to 2 GHz
  • Excellent Harmonic Rejection
  • Characterized Phase Noise
  • Integral Attenuators
  • Low Phase Noise Amplification
  • Broadband Amplification

Specifications

LNAF Specs

Mechanical Drawing

LNAF mechanical

Mechanical Drawing Detail for Amplifier Filter (LNAF)

LNAF mechanical

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