KULNABB0011000A

KU LNA BB 0011000 A, Breitband Vorverstärker

10 … 10000 MHz

 

Analog & digital transmission systems     Measurement and laboratory equipment     Communication systems

 
  • Low noise figure
  • High bandwidth and simultaneously low gain variations
  • Small mechanical dimensions
  • Seven different supply and bias variants available
  • Reverse polarity protection
  • Low-gain versions available (14 dB)


The KU LNA BB 0011000 A is KUHNE's latest low-noise broadband preamplifier and was developed as a broadband 24 dB gain block for a large variety of applications. Thanks to its compact design and its low gain ripple of typically ±1 dB, it is very flexible in use. The KU LNA BB 0011000 A is available in seven different supply and bias variants and thus covers many possible scenarios, for example remote power supply of upstream low-noise preamplifiers by means of an integrated bias tee at the RF input of the amplifier.
Lead time on request
Frequency range10..10000 MHz
Noise figure @ 18 °Ctyp. 2.3 dB, max. 4.5 dB (200 MHz ... 10 GHz)
typ. 3 dB, max. 6 dB (100 MHz ... 200 MHz)
Gaintyp. 24 dB (10 MHz ... 8 GHz)
typ. 22 dB (8 GHz ... 10 GHz)
Gain flatnesstyp. +/- 1 dB (10 MHz ... 8 GHz)
typ. +/- 2.5 dB (8 GHz ... 10 GHz)
Maximum input power15 dBm
Output power (P1dB)typ. 18 dBm, min. 15 dBm
Output IP3typ. 32 dBm, min. 30 dBm
Input return loss (S11)typ. 10 dB, min. 5 dB
Output return loss (S22)typ. 10 dB, min. 7 dB (10 MHz ... 100 MHz)
typ. 15 dB, min. 9 dB (100 MHz ... 10 GHZ)
Supply voltage+6 ... 36 V DC
Current consumption typ. 85 mA
Operating case temp. range-30 ... +85 °C
Input connector / impedanceSMA-female, 50 ohms
Output connector / impedanceSMA-female, 50 ohms
Casemilled brass
Dimensions (mm)58 X 45 X 12
Weight200 g (typ.)
The KU LNA BB 0011000 A has a bandwidth of 10 MHz to 10 GHz, covers the UHF / VHF, L, S, C frequency bands as well as parts of the X band and thus enables many possible applications. For example, the KU LNA BB 0011000 A can be used as a low-noise preamplifier for broadband receivers, as a driver amplifier for power amplifiers and as a signal amplifier for laboratory applications. A second variant of the LNA with 14 dB gain is also available in the same seven supply variants: the KU LNA BB 0011000 B.
  • Low noise figure
  • High bandwidth and simultaneously low gain variations
  • Small mechanical dimensions
  • Seven different supply and bias variants available
  • Reverse polarity protection
  • Low-gain versions available (14 dB)