Fairview Microwave released Temperature-Compensated Amplifiers

The Amplifiers Series Covers Broadband and Ultra-Broadband Frequencies

Fairview Microwave has released a series of Temperature-Compensated Amplifiers to address precision performance and test-and-measurement applications.

Temperature-Compensated Amplifiers

Fairview’s new series of coaxial packaged, Temperature-Compensated Amplifiers covers broadband and ultra-broadband frequencies ranging from 0.5 GHz to 40 GHz. Designs incorporate pin diode attenuation circuitry that senses and adjusts broadband gain levels and maintains a minimum gain level of 35 dB over the full operational temperature range of -67 to +185 degrees Fahrenheit.

These assemblies utilize MIC thin film and MMIC semiconductor technology in rugged, military-grade, compact coaxial packages that are designed for high reliability and meet a series of MIL-STD-202F environmental test conditions for altitude, vibration, humidity and shock.

The comprehensive portfolio of these amplifiers is available with or without heat sinks to address multiple applications. Designs support internal voltage regulation that covers DC voltages ranging from +12 Vdc to +15 Vdc, an output of 1.0 dB compression and power levels from 15 dBm to 20 dBm.

“Designers will find these broadband and ultra-broadband temperature-compensated amplifiers useful for precision performance, test-and-measurement and proof-of-concept applications. These high-reliability amplifiers are available in-stock with no minimum-order quantity,” said Tim Galla, Product Line Manager.

Fairview’s new temperature-compensated amplifiers are in-stock and available for same-day shipping.