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Low Noise Amplifiers

Low Noise Amplifiers

Designed for 2304, 3456, 5760, and 10368 MHz using the ATF-36077 PHEMT.
The Hewlett-Packard ATF-36077 PHEMT device is described in a series of low noise amplifiers for 2304, 3456, 5760, and 10368 MHz. Single stage amplifiers are described for 2304, 3456, and 5760 MHz while a two stage amplifier is described for 10368 MHz. The goal for these amplifiers was to establish a common printed circuit board size that would ultimately allow all LNAs to be built into a common aluminum waterproof enclosure.

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