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    LNA RF Low Noise Amplifier, 0.02~6 GHz, 22dB Gain

    ATO low noise amplifier (LNA) is a crucial component in satellite communication systems, particularly in GPS applications, with a frequency range of 0.02~6 GHz, 22dB gain, and a working current of 50mA at 12V voltage. RF LNA enhances weak signals received by antennas, minimizing the impact of subsequent signal degradation. Operating within a wideband range, economical price LNA employs integrated circuits (ICs) to efficiently amplify signals while minimizing added noise.
    SKU: ATO-LNA-002622
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    Low noise amplifiers are indispensable for maintaining signal integrity in the realm of satellite communication where precision is paramount. These wideband RF LNAs operate at high speeds, effectively amplifying signals across various frequencies. Whether integrated as part of a receiver or used as a standalone module, the LNA's role is pivotal in optimizing the performance of satellite communication systems.


    • Model: ATO-LNA-0.02/6-G22-12V-SS
    • Frequency Range: 0.02~6 GHz
    • Gain: 22dB±1dB
    • Input Standing Wave Ratio (VSWR): ≤2.0
    • Output Standing Wave Ratio (VSWR): ≤2.2
    • Noise Figure: 2.0dBTYP.@(0.01~6GHz)/2.4dBTYP.@(0.005~0.01GHz)/5.0dBTYP.@(0.002~0.005GHz)
    • Output 1dB Compression Point: ≥19dBm(22dBm@2GHz/20dBm@6GHz TYP.)
    • Output Third-Order Cutoff Point: ≥27dBm(30dBm@2GHz/28dBm@6GHz TYP.)
    • Working Current: 50mA@12V TYP.
    • Working Voltage: 12V
    • Working Temperature: -40℃~+70℃
    • Maximum Input Level: 12dBm
    • Shell Material: Sandblasted
    • Connector Type: SMA-Female

    Dimension (Unit: mm)

    6 GHz 22dB LNA low noise RF amplifier dimension

    Note: General tolerance ±0.3mm

    Gain Diagram

    6 GHz 22dB LNA low noise RF amplifier gain diagram

    Tips: What is LNA RF low noise amplifier?

    A low noise amplifier (LNA) is a crucial component in radio frequency (RF) systems designed to amplify weak signals with minimal additional noise. Operating in the microwave and radio frequency spectrum, LNAs enhance signal strength at the input stage of a receiver, improving overall system sensitivity. These electronic devices are characterized by their ability to provide high gain while maintaining low noise figure, essential for preserving signal integrity.

    LNAs are commonly employed in communication systems, such as satellite receivers, wireless networks, and radar systems. Their role becomes especially critical in scenarios where incoming signals are weak, ensuring that the signal-to-noise ratio remains favorable. LNAs come in various forms, including discrete components and integrated circuits, and they play a key role in optimizing the performance of RF systems by boosting weak signals while introducing minimal additional noise.

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