The PGA-103WB-R2 is a high dynamic range low noise wide-band amplifier for use between 100MHz and 2GHz.  The amplifier is also suitable as a driver amplifier for complex RF waveforms, and produces up to +21dBm output on 400MHz.   The PGA-103 is specified to 4GHz, but the gain is very non linear and is 10dB lower at 1.3GHz compared to 100MHz.  The amplifier incorporates an on board Bias Tee so that power can be fed up the coaxial cable if required to power the amplifier.  Please refer to the PGA-103+ Data Sheet for further information.

This Product is only available as a built and tested module or in an enclosure and is not available as a Kit.  Products include a 2.1mm DC power cable.  Please refer to the Options Tab for the descriptions of the various products available.

Please Note: There is a minimum 2 working day delay to construct built products before they are shipped.

PGA-103WB-R2-B Is a fully constructed and tested Wide band PC board Amplifier with female SMA, and 2.1mm DC socket. Includes a 2.1mm DC cable

PGA-103WB-R2-ENC Is a fully constructed Wide band amplifier in a extruded aluminium enclosure with female SMA, and 2.1mm DC socket. Includes a 2.1mm DC cable

Specifications
Frequency Range: 100MHz to 2GHz
Gain Typically: 24.5dB @ 145MHz, 21.3dB @ 435MHz, 13.4dB @ 1.2GHz
Noise Figure:
0.45dB @ 145MHz, 0.35dB @ 435MHz, 0.8dB @ 1.2GHz
OpIP3:
+39dBm @ 435MHz, with ICC 90mA
Output Power:
+21dBm @ 145MHz, +21.5dBm @ 435MHz ( +4.5vdc @ 90mA )
Operating Voltage: + 7 to 15vdc ( +12vdc @ 90mA Recommended )
Board Size: 37mm L x 41mm W x 15mm H ( Does not inc SMA length )
Enclosure Size: 43mm L x 44mm W x 23.3mm H ( Does not inc SMA length )

For more information see the PGA103WB-R2 Product WEBPAGE

PGA-103WB-R2 Wide-band Low Noise Amplifier 0.1-2GHz

  • Brand: Mini-Kits
  • Product Code: PGA-103WB-R2
  • Quantity In stock: 10
  • $59.95


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