CATV Hybrid Push-Pull Amplifiers High On Gain

Oct. 1, 2002
Designed for use as input stages and drivers in distribution amplifiers and optical nodes, the MC-7831/7832/7833 GaAs, CATV hybrid push-pull amplifiers promise high gain, low distortion, and low power consumption. The amplifiers deliver output gains

Designed for use as input stages and drivers in distribution amplifiers and optical nodes, the MC-7831/7832/7833 GaAs, CATV hybrid push-pull amplifiers promise high gain, low distortion, and low power consumption. The amplifiers deliver output gains of 18 dB, 22 dB and 25 dB, respectively, with a gain stability of 0.7 dB over a temperature range from -30°C to 100°C. Power consumption is specified as 240 mA maximum and gain flatness is 0.7 dB maximum over a frequency range from 50 to 870 MHz. The amps also boast of high reliability, with their mean time between failure rated at 9 x 109 hours at 100_C with a heatsink in place. Prices range from $33 to $34 each/1,000. CALIFORNIA EASTERN LABORATORIES, Santa Clara, CA. (408) 988-3500.

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