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D8740240GTH Datasheet(PDF) 1 Page - PREMIER DEVICES, INC.

Part No. D8740240GTH
Description  GaAs Power Doubler, 40 - 870MHz, 24.0dB min. Gain @ 870MHz, High, 440mA max. @ 24VDC
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Product Specification
D8740240GTH
GaAs Power Doubler, 40 – 870MHz, 24.0dB min. Gain @ 870MHz, High, 440mA max. @ 24VDC
FEATURES
D8740240GTH
GaAs Power Doubler Hybrid
High Output Capability
40 – 870MHz
24.0dB min. Gain @ 870MHz
440mA max. @ 24VDC
Excellent linearity
Superior return loss performance
Extremely low distortion
Optimal reliability
Low noise
Unconditionally stable under all terminations
High output capability
APPLICATION
40 to 870 MHz CATV amplifier systems
DESCRIPTION
Hybrid Power Doubler amplifier module with high
output capability employing GaAs dice
LIMITING VALUES
In accordance with the Absolute Maximum Rating System (IEC 60134)
SYMBOL PARAMETER
MIN.
MAX.
UNIT
Vi
RF input voltage (single tone)
-
75
dBmV
Vov
DC supply over-voltage (5 minutes)
-
30
V
Tstg
storage temperature
- 40
+ 100
°C
Tmb
operating mounting base temperature
- 30
+ 100
°C
CHARACTERISTICS
Table 1: S-Parameter, Noise Figure, DC Current; VB = 24V; Tmb = 30°C; ZS = ZL = 75 Ω
SYMBOL
PARAMETER
CONDITIONS
MIN.
TYP.
MAX.
UNIT
Gp
power gain
f = 870 MHz
24.0
25.0
dB
SL
slope
1)
f = 40 to 870 MHz
1.0
1.4
1.8
dB
FL
flatness of frequency
response
f = 40 to 870 MHz
(Peak to Valley)
-
0.6
dB
f = 40 to 320 MHz
20.0
-
dB
f = 320 to 640 MHz
19.0
-
dB
S11
input return loss
f = 640 to 870 MHz
17.0
-
dB
f = 40 to 320 MHz
20.0
-
dB
f = 320 to 640 MHz
19.0
-
dB
S22
output return loss
f = 640 to 870 MHz
18.0
-
dB
F
noise figure
f = 50 to 870 MHz
-
6.0
dB
Itot
total current
consumption (DC)
420.0
440.0
mA
Notes:
1) The slope is defined as the difference between the gain at the start frequency and the gain at the stop frequency.
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2004 Jun 01
Document Revision Level A


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