Marki Microwave Broadband 0.1-22GHz Low Phase Noise Amp for Comb Generators and Mixers

Marki Microwave Broadband 0.1-22GHz Low Phase Noise Amp for Comb Generators and Mixers

Marki Microwave Broadband 0.1-22GHz Low Phase Noise Amp for Comb Generators and Mixers

Marki Microwave latest broadband low phase noise amplifiers extend down to 10 MHz providing the ideal gain stage to boost your low phase noise LO tone. The new 100MHz-22GHz APM-7098 and 10MHz-22GHz  APM-7099 feature a very low -165dBc/Hz phase noise at 10kHz and operate from a convenient positive supply. The low frequency capability and high +26dBm output power from our APM-7099 ensures compatibility and optimal performance from Marki NLTL comb generator products such as NLTL-6794SM, while both amplifiers are excellent LO drivers for our Tlow 3 and MT3 series of high linearity mixers. When operated in compression, the fast rising edge of the output waveform of our APM-7098/7099 increases the output efficiency of our Schottky diode based NLTL comb generators, and improves IP3 and spurious performance of our proprietary T3 and MT3 mixers. The APM-7098/7099 are available today as wire-bondable bare die or a connectorized module, and the APM-7098SM/APM-7099SM are offered in a 4x4mm QFN surface mount package. All APM amplifiers are designed with low residual phase noise which is a critical requirement for noise-sensitive applications such as radar receivers, frequency source design, or digital transmission using complex modulation schemes.

 

Product Page Datasheet Frequency Band

[GHz]

Gain

[dB]

Saturated Output Power

[dBm]

Phase Noise @ 10kHz offset

[dBc/Hz]

Current @ 8V/7V

[mA]

APM-7098

APM-7098SM

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0.1 to 22 15 +23 -165 48
APM-7099

APM-7099SM

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0.01 to 20 14 +25 -167 48

 

APM-7098CH/PA:

NLTL Comb Generators

Non-Linear Transmission Lines (NLTL) are a superior method of comb generation compared to SRDs featuring lower residual phase noise, lower required input power, and higher harmonic generation. Learn more:

T3 and MT3 Mixers

The T3 mixer is the most advanced mixer circuit available in the world. Learn more:

Low Phase Noise

Low residual phase noise is a critical parameter for many applications. Learn how amplifiers contribute phase noise, how to conduct a proper phase noise test of your component, and check out our latest low phase noise APM Series amplifiers.

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