Maxim Integrated Datasheets for RF Amplifiers

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The MAX19790 is a dual, general-purpose analog voltage variable attenuator (VVA) designed to interface with 50Ω systems operating in the 250MHz to 4000MHz frequency range. Each attenuator includes a control...
The MAX19791 dual general-purpose analog voltage variable attenuator (VVA) is designed to interface with 50Ω systems operating in the 50MHz to 4000MHz frequency range. The device includes a patented control...
The MAX19792 dual general-purpose analog voltage variable attenuator (VVA) is designed to interface with 50Ω systems operating in the 500MHz to 4000MHz frequency range. The device includes a patented control...
The MAX19793 dual general-purpose analog voltage variable attenuator (VVA) is designed to interface with 50Ω systems operating in the 1500MHz to 6000MHz frequency range. The device includes a patented control...
The MAX2027 high-performance, digitally controlled variable-gain amplifier is designed for use from 50MHz to 400MHz. The device integrates a digitally controlled attenuator and a high-linearity IF amplifier in one package.
The MAX2055 high-performance, digitally controlled, variable-gain, differential analog-to-digital converter (ADC) driver/amplifier (DVGA) is designed for use from 30MHz to 300MHz in base-station receivers. The device integrates a digitally controlled attenuator...
The MAX2056 general-purpose, high-performance variable-gain amplifier (VGA) is designed to operate in the 800MHz to 1000MHz frequency range†. This device features 15.5dB of gain, 4.5dB of noise figure, and an...
The MAX2057 general-purpose, high-performance variable-gain amplifier (VGA) is designed to operate in the 1300MHz to 2700MHz frequency range†. This device features 15.5dB of gain, 6dB of noise figure, and an...
The MAX2058 high-linearity digital-variable-gain amplifier (DVGA) is designed to provide 62dB of total gain range and typical output IP3 and output P1dB levels of +32.3dBm and +19dBm, respectively. The device...
The MAX2059 high-linearity digital-variable-gain amplifier (DVGA) is designed to provide 56dB of total gain range and typical output IP3 and output P1dB levels of +31.8dBm and +18.4dBm, respectively. The device...
The MAX2062 high-linearity, dual analog/digital variable-gain amplifier (VGA) operates in the 50MHz to 1000MHz frequency range with two independent attenuators in each signal path. Each digital attenuator is controlled as...
The MAX2063 high-linearity, dual digital variable-gain amplifier (VGA) operates in the 50MHz to 1000MHz frequency range. Each digital attenuator is controlled as a slave peripheral using either the SPI™-compatible interface...
The MAX2064 high-linearity, dual analog variable-gain amplifier (VGA) operates in the 50MHz to 1000MHz frequency range. Each analog attenuator is controlled using an external voltage, or through the SPI™-compatible interface...
The MAX2065 high-linearity, analog/digital variable-gain amplifier (VGA) is designed to operate in the 50MHz to 1000MHz frequency range with two independent attenuators (see the Typical Application Circuit in the full...
The MAX2066 high-linearity digital variable-gain amplifier (VGA) is a monolithic SiGe BiCMOS attenuator and amplifier designed to interface with 50Ω systems operating in the 50MHz to 1000MHz frequency range (See...
The MAX2067 high-linearity analog variable-gain amplifier (VGA) is a monolithic SiGe BiCMOS attenuator and amplifier designed to interface with 50Ω systems operating in the 50MHz to 1000MHz frequency range (see...
The MAX2090 high-linearity analog variable-gain amplifier (VGA) is a monolithic SiGe BiCMOS attenuator, amplifier, error amplifier, and alarm circuit, designed to interface with 50Ω systems operating in the 50MHz to...
The MAX2091 monolithic SiGe BiCMOS upconverter IC integrates an analog variable-gain amplifier (VGA) with an upconverting mixer stage and image filter. The device amplifies IF signals in the 250MHz to...
The MAX2092 high-linearity analog variable-gain amplifier (VGA) is a monolithic SiGe BiCMOS attenuator/amplifier/error amplifier with an alarm circuit designed to interface with 50Ω systems operating in the 700MHz to 2700MHz...
The MAX2611 is a low-voltage, low-noise amplifier for use from DC to microwave frequencies. Operating from a single +5V supply, it has a 3dB bandwidth of 1100MHz. The MAX2611's low...
The MAX2612–MAX2616 is a family of high-performance broadband gain blocks designed for use as a PA predriver, low-noise amplifier, or as a cascadable 50Ω amplifier with up to +19.5dBm output...
The MAX2630/MAX2631/MAX2632/MAX2633 are low-voltage, low-noise amplifiers for use from VHF to microwave frequencies. Operating from a single +2.7V to +5.5V supply, these devices have a flat gain response to 900MHz.
The MAX2650 is a low-noise amplifier for use from DC to microwave frequencies. Operating from a single +5V supply, it has a flat gain response to 900MHz. The MAX2650's low...