Qorvo's TGA2227 is a wideband, low noise amplifier (LNA) fabricated on Qorvo's TQGaN15 production GaN-on-SiC process. The TGA2227 operates from 2–22 GHz and provides > 15 dB of small signal gain with 2 dB of mid-band noise figure. The TGA2227 can be biased over a wide range of voltage with little impact pon noise figure and gain; thus allowing the user to minimize power dissipation depending on power and linearity requirements.
Another key feature is the TGA2227’s high robustness to incident power. Able to handle 40 dBm without performance degradation makes the TGA2227 an ideal choice for a front-end LNA. Depending on the application, this level of robustness could easily support the elimination of other receive protect circuitry. This would further support a more simplified board design, reduced BOM costs and lower overall noise figure.
Supported applications span both commercial and military communication and radar systems as well as electronic warfare, instrumentation and any other general RF amplification needs.
Lead-Free and RoHS compliant.