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µHILNA™ Low Noise Amplifier

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Covering 50 MHz to 1.5 GHz, NuWaves’ μHILNA™ boasts the smallest form factor of the HILNA family of low noise amplifiers, designed to achieve high gain while maintaining low noise and a high third-order intercept point.

The µHILNA™ delivers 20 dB of gain, less than 1 dB of Noise Figure, and maintains an IP3 of +31 dBm, all in a miniature form factor of 0.375 cubic inches and weight of 0.5 oz. – ideal for systems that are size, weight and power (SWaP) constrained.

The μHILNA’s robust power supply also operates over a very broad range, easily allowing the unit to
be integrated into systems without regard to power supply precision.

P/N: μHILNA-V1

Operational

Mechanical

Frequency Range 50 MHz to 1500  MHz Size 1.00″ x 0.75″ x 0.50″
(L x W x H)
RF Gain 20 dB (typ) Weight  0.5 oz.
Reverse Isolation 27 dB (typ)
Noise Figure < 1 (typ)

Environmental

OIP3 +31 dBm (typ) Operating Temperature -20 to +60 °C
P1dB +18 dBm (typ) Storage Temperature -40 to +85 °C
Supply Voltage +5 to +12 VDC
Current Consumption 82 mA (typ)

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RF Connectors SMA (female) Classification EAR 99

NuWaves Engineering, Small Micro Miniature SWaP Low Noise Amplifier

• Ultra Low Noise Applications
• LNA for Cellular Base Stations
• High Linearity Applications
• General Purpose Amplification
• High Performance Receivers
• Military Radios
• RF Pre-amplification
• RF Wideband Front-Ends
• Evaluation and Test Setups
• University Research and Instruction
• Low Level Signal Amplification
• RF Signal Distribution Amplifiers
• Multi-Signal Environment Amplifier
• Increase Link Margin in Radio Systems
• Test and Measurement
• Engineering Laboratories
• L1 and L2 GPS Signal Amplification
• UAV Platforms
• RF Repeater
• UAV Applications

•  Fully Characterized Assembly
•  Can be utilized in different applications
•  Ruggedized Assembly
•  Low Cost
•  Highly Reliable
•  Multi-Octave Frequency Coverage