Analog Devices ADPA7007 GaAs pHEMT MMIC Power Amplifier is a pseudomorphic high electron mobility transistor (pHEMT), monolithic microwave integrated circuit (MMIC), distributed power amplifier that operates from 18GHz to 44GHz. The amplifier provides a gain of 21.5dB, an output power for 1dB compression (P1dB) of 31dBm, and a typical output third-order intercept (IP3) of 41dBm. The ADPA7007 requires 1400mA from a 5V supply on the supply voltage (VDD) and features inputs and outputs that are internally matched to 50Ω, facilitating integration in multichip modules (MCMs). All data is taken with the chip connected via two 0.025mm wire bonds that are less than 0.31mm long.
31dBm typical at 22GHz to 36GHz output P1dB
32dBm typical at 22GHz to 36GHz PSAT
21.5dB typical at 22GHz to 36GHz gain
41dBm typical at 22GHz to 44GHz output IP3
5V typical at 1400mA maximum supply voltage
50Ω matched input and output
3.610mm × 3.610mm × 0.102mm die size
Military and space
Output P1dBm VS Frequency (Temperature)
Output P1dBm VS Frequency (Voltage)
Gain & Return Loss VS Frequency
Analog Devices Inc. ADPA7006 GaAs pHEMT MMIC Power Amplifier
pHEMT MMIC distributed power amplifier that operates from 18GHz to 44GHz.