0.2-2 GHz Low-Noise MMIC Amplifier

SKU: MLA-0522A

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The MLA-0522A from MicroWave Technology is an RF MMIC Low Noise Amplifier with a frequency of 0.2-2 GHz. It has a gain of 16-17 dB, a gain flatness of 0.5-1.3 dB, and a noise figure of 0.9-1.5 dB. This low-noise amplifier has an impedance of 50 ohms, P1 dB of 0.03- 0.04 W, and IP3 of 1.26 W. It requires a DC supply of 3 V and has a drain current of 70 mA.

The MLA-0522A is a fully-matched single-stage broadband Low-Noise MMIC amplifier utilizing high-reliability low-noise GaAs PHEMT technology. It has on-chip matching with the flexibility to bypass on-chip match & optimize performance using external match. This amplifier measures 1.57 x 0.91 x 0.1 mm and is ideal for applications such as Iridium Satellite Communications, instrumentation, wideband systems, and also many commercial wireless applications where low-noise figure and high-dynamic range are desirable.

Product Specifications

Product Details

  • Part Number
    MLA-0522A
  • Manufacturer
    MicroWave Technology
  • Description
    0.2-2 GHz Low-Noise MMIC Amplifier

General Parameters

  • Type
    Low Noise Amplifier
  • Configuration
    Die
  • Application
    Satellite
  • Frequency
    200 MHz to 2 to GHz
  • Gain
    16 to 17 dB
  • Gain Flatness
    0.5 to 1.3 dB
  • Noise Figure
    0.9 to 1.5 dB
  • P1dB
    0.03 to 0.04 W
  • IP3
    31 to 34 dBm
  • IP3
    1.26 to 2.51 W
  • Input Power
    17 dBm
  • Input Power
    0.05 W
  • Impedance
    50 Ohms
  • Input Return Loss
    12 to 14 dB
  • Output Return Loss
    13 to 20 dB
  • Supply Voltage
    3 V
  • Transistor Technology
    PHEMT
  • Technology
    MMIC, GaAs
  • Dimensions
    1.57 x 0.91 x 0.1 mm
  • Space Qualified
    Yes
  • Operating Temperature
    -40 to 85 Degree C
  • Storage Temperature
    -60 to 150 Degree C

Technical Documents

Space Missions - A list of all Space Missions

esa

Name Date
Altius 01 May, 2025
AWS 01 Mar, 2024
Eutelsat Quantum 30 Jul, 2021
Sentinel 6 21 Nov, 2020
Cheops 18 Dec, 2019
EDRS 06 Aug, 2019
Small Geostationary Satellite 17 Nov, 2018
BepiColombo 20 Oct, 2018
Aeolus 22 Aug, 2018
Sentinel 3B 25 Apr, 2018

isro

Name Date
EOS-2 07 Aug, 2022
EOS-4 14 Feb, 2022
EOS-3 12 Aug, 2021
EOS-1 07 Nov, 2020
RISAT-2BR1 11 Dec, 2019
Cartosat-3 27 Nov, 2019
Chandrayaan II 06 Sep, 2019
RISAT-2B 22 May, 2019
Resourcesat-2A 07 Dec, 2016
AstroSat 28 Sep, 2015

nasa

Name Date
NEO Surveyor 01 Jun, 2028
Libera 01 Dec, 2027
Europa Clipper 10 Oct, 2024
SpaceX CRS-29 09 Nov, 2023
Psyche 13 Oct, 2023
DSOC 13 Oct, 2023
Psyche Asteroid 05 Oct, 2023
Expedition 70 27 Sep, 2023
SpaceX Crew-7 25 Aug, 2023
STARLING 18 Jul, 2023