CMD189P3

    10-14 GHz (X, Ku Band) Low Noise Amplifier MMIC

    Key Features

    • All positive supply voltages
    • High gain
    • Low current consumption
    • Low noise figure
    • Pb-free RoHS compliant 3x3 QFN package
    • Positive bias

    Qorvo's CMD189P3 is a broadband GaAs MMIC low noise amplifier housed in a leadless 3x3 mm plastic surface mount (SMT) package. The CMD189P3 is ideally suited for EW and communications systems where small size and low power consumption are critical design requirements. The device operates from 10 to 14 GHz and delivers greater than 19 dB of gain with a corresponding output 1 dB compression point of +4 dBm and noise figure of 1.4 dB. The CMD189P3 amplifier is a 50 ohm matched design which eliminates the need for external DC blocks and RF port matching.

    Typical Applications

      • Electronic Warfare (EW)
      • X Band Radar
      • Ku Band Radar
      • Space
      • Satellite Communications (Satcom)
      • Phased Arrays
    Frequency Min(GHz) 10
    Frequency Max(GHz) 14
    Gain(dB) 19
    NF(dB) 1.4
    OP1dB(dBm) 4
    OIP3(dBm) 13
    Voltage(V) 1 to 4
    Current(mA) 20
    Package Type Plastic QFN
    Package(mm) 3.0 x 3.0
    RoHS Yes
    Lead Free Yes
    ITAR Restricted No
    ECCN EAR99

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