Power amplifier operates between 18 GHz and 44 GHz
The ADPA7005 power amplifier is a gallium arsenide (GaAs), pseudomorphic high electron mobility transfer (pHEMT) monolithic microwave integrated circuit (MMIC) device.
This amplifier features an integrated temperature-compensated on-chip power detector that operates between 18 GHz and 44 GHz.
It provides 15.5 dB of small signal gain and approximately 32 dBm of saturated output power at 32 GHz from a 5 V supply voltage.
This device features an IP3 of 40 dBm and is ideal for linear applications like electronic counter-measure and instrumentation applications requiring >30 dBm of efficient saturated output power.
It is packaged in a 7 mm x 7 mm and 18-terminal ceramic leadless chip carrier with a heat-sink (LCC_HS) that exhibits low thermal resistance.
Applications for the ADPA7005 amplifier include military and aerospace, test instrumentation, electronic countermeasure, and communications.