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PMI Intros 1 to 40 GHz Ultra-Wideband Low Noise Amplifier

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October 10, 2013 Press Release


PMI Model No. PEC-42-1G40G-20-12-292FF is a 1.0 to 40 GHz, Ultra-Wideband Low Noise Amplifier that provides 42 dB of gain typically with a typical noise figure of 5.5 dB. The OP1dB is typically +22 dBm (1.0 to 18.0 GHz) and +19 dBm (18.0 to 40.0 GHz). The maximum input power rating is +17 dBm CW and the operating DC supply is 550 mA at +12 to +15 VDC. This unit is supplied in a package measuring 1.37" x 1.0" x 0.6" with 2.92 mm female connectors.

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About Planar Monolithics Industries
Planar Monolithics provides its unique products for applications in space, military, communications, telecommunications, commercial, and consumer electronics systems. Planar Monolithics Industries, Inc. has been set up to manufacture and market various MIC/MMIC (Microwave Integrated Circuits and Monolithics Microwave Integrated Circuits) Components, Supercomponents, and Subsystems for applications in Telecommunications, Terrestrial, Satellite, and Mobile-Radio Communications, Defense (ECM, ECCM, ESM, Radars, and Electronic Warfare), Cable-TV, Navigation and Marine Electronics, FAA/DOT-Avionics, Ground Based Systems, and Microwave Landing Systems.


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Planar Monolithics Industries Inc.
7311-F Grove Road
Frederick, Maryland  21704, USA
Phone: (301) 662-5019
FAX: (301) 662-1731
E-MAIL: sales@pmi-rf.com



Posted  October 11, 2013
 
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