Hydrogen Line Pre-filtered Low Noise Amplifier 1420 MHz LNA 32 dB with BIAS TEEDesigned by GPIO Labs, Ships from Canada
PRODUCT OVERVIEW This is a 1420 MHz pre-filtered low noise amplifier for Hydrogen Line measurements that provides excellent gain and noise figure. This variant of the product has a Bias Tee install...Read More…
This is a 1420 MHz pre-filtered low noise amplifier for Hydrogen Line measurements that provides excellent gain and noise figure. This variant of the product has a Bias Tee installed on the output so it can also be powered with a DC supply over the RF cable provided by the receiver. It can also be powered using a micro-USB cable. A two pin header pad is also provided so that a DC supply ranging from +5V to +12V can be used instead to power the LNA.
Please note the following precaution since the Bias Tee is installed. When powering the device using either the DC header or the USB connector, +5 VDC will appear on the RF output. If your receiver does not have a DC blocking capacitor on its input or some other form of DC voltage protection, this voltage WILL damage your receiver.
• Pre-filtered LNA operates at 1420 MHz for Hydrogen Line experiments
• USB-powered with two-pin header pads for optional DC power
• 1 dB Noise Figure
• PCB edge-mount connectors are SMA-F
• Includes Bias Tee on the output
• USB cable not included
Frequency --------- Gain
500 MHz --------- 8 dB
1000 MHz --------- 10 dB
1200 MHz --------- 8 dB
1300 MHz --------- 24 dB
1420 MHz --------- 32 dB
1500 GHz --------- 31.5 dB
1800 MHz --------- 19 dB
2000 MHz --------- 6 dB
2400 MHz --------- 3 dB
Maximum RF Input Power
DC supply range
+5 V to +12 V
BIAS TEE Note
Please note that this module has a Bias Tee on the output. If it is powered using the DC header or USB connector, there will be a DC voltage present on the Output of at least +5 V. If your receiver cannot tolerate DC, you will need to use a blocking capacitor between the output of this module and the input of your receiver.
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