|Low Noise, Cascadable Silicon Bipolar MMIC Amplifier Technical Data
· Cascadable 50 Gain Block· Low Noise Figure: 2.0 dB Typical at 0.5 GHz· High Gain: 31 dB Typical at 0.5 GHz 26 dB Typical at 1.5 GHz· 3 dB Bandwidth: to 0.8 GHz· Unconditionally Stable (k>1)· Low Cost Plastic Package
Circuit (MMIC) feedback amplifiers housed in low cost plastic packages. They are designed for narrow or wide bandwidth commercial applications that require high gain and low noise or RF amplification. The INA series of MMICs is fabricated using Agilent's 10 GHz fT, 25 GHz fMAX, ISOSATTM-I silicon bipolar process which uses nitride self-alignment, submicrometer lithography, trench isolation, ion implantation, gold metallization and polyimide intermetal dielectric and scratch protection to achieve excellent performance, uniformity and reliability.
The INA-02184 and INA-02186 are low-noise silicon bipolar Monolithic Microwave Integrated
Parameter Device Current Power Dissipation [2,3,4] RF Input Power Junction Temperature Storage Temperature Absolute mW +13 dBm to 150°C Thermal 100°C/W INA-02186
Notes: 1. Permanent damage may occur if any of these limits are exceeded. 2. TCASE 25°C. 3. Derate at 11.1 mW/°C for > 144°C for INA-02184. 4. Derate at 10 mW/°C for > 110°C for INA-02186.
f3 dB ISO VSWR tD Vd dV/dT Power Gain (|S21| 2) Gain Flatness dB Bandwidth Reverse Isolation to 1.0 GHz to 1.0 GHz to 1.0 GHz = 0.5 GHz = 0.5 GHz = 0.5 GHz = 0.5 GHz dB dBm psec V mV/°C Input VSWR (Max over Freq. Range) Output VSWR (Max over Freq. Range) 50 Noise Figure Output Power 1 dB Gain Compression Third Order Intercept Point Group Delay Device Voltage Device Voltage Temperature Coefficient = 0.5 GHz to 1.0 GHz dB GHz dB
Symbol Parameters and Test Conditions: = 35 mA, = 50 Units Min. Typ. Max. Min. Typ. Max.
Notes: 1. The recommended operating current range for this device to 40 mA. Typical performance as a function of current is on the following page. 2. Referenced from 10 MHz Gain (GP).
Part Number INA-02186-TR1 INA-02186-BLK No. of Devices Container 7" Reel Antistatic Bag 7" Reel Antistatic Bag
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Figure 1. Typical Gain and Noise Figure vs. Frequency, = 35 mA.
Figure 4. Output Power and 1 dB Gain Compression, NF and Power Gain vs. Case Temperature, = 0.5 GHz, = 35 mA.
Figure 5. Output Power 1 dB Gain Compression vs. Frequency.