The CMD187 is a wideband RF / Microwave GaAs MMIC driver amplifier ideally suited for military, space, and communications systems where small size and high linearity are critical design requirements. At 10 GHz this amplifier delivers greater than 22 dB of gain with a corresponding output 1 dB compression point of +14 dBm and an output IP3 of 29 dBm. The CMD187 MMIC is a 50 ohm matched design which eliminates the need for external DC blocks and RF port matching. The CMD187 also offers full passivation for increased reliability and moisture protection. This amplifier is the perfect alternative to higher cost hybrid devices.
Released – for new design
|Frequency (GHz)||2 - 20|
|Noise Figure (dB)||6|
|Phase Noise (dBc/Hz)|
|Output P1dB (dBm)||14|
|Output Psat (dBm)||16|
|Bias Voltage Vdd/Vgg (V)||+3 / +2|
|Bias Current (mA)||115|
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In addition to offering delivery from stock on our own evaluation boards for nearly all our die and packaged devices, Custom MMIC has also put nearly 30% of our devices into the X-Microwave block system. This drop-in simulation, prototyping, and production system enables efficient and expedient microwave and millimeter-wave circuit development and testing.
Custom MMIC strives to design all our MMIC devices in a manner such that they can be readily chosen for your space applications. We offer turnkey space screening / testing service when a device is categorized as "Ready for Space Screening" on our website. In some cases, our devices have already been "Space Qualified" or "Mission Specific" and are often available from stock. Our "Mission Specific" devices are screened based on custom applications where screening is derived from MIL requirements and tailored specific to customer needs. Just let us know when requesting price and delivery, or technical support, if your devices will be used in space.