SDLVASuccessive Detection Log Video Amplifier
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The model SLVAC-06135M-A08-LA is a miniature successive detection log video amplifier (SDLVA) that operates over the 600 MHz to 1.35 GHz frequency range.
The model SDLVA-07103-70-LA3 is a 750 MHz to 1.25 GHz frequency range (0.3 to 2.0 GHz units available) successive detection log video amplifier (SDLVA).
The model SDLVA-2020-50 option 26 INDRA successive detection log video amplifier (SDLVA) operates from 2.4 to 5.4 GHz (other frequencies are available) with RF gain of 60 dB (min), SWR of 3.0 (max) and the limited RF power output is +14 dBm (typ) and +10 dBm (min).
The model SDLVAC-0120-80 is a 300 MHz to 2 GHz, -75 to +5 dBm dynamic range succes-sive detection logarithmic video amplifier chip (SDLVA chip) with a log scope of 25 mV/dB (10 to 50 mV/dB available).
Recent GaAs MMIC developments include a three-chip chip set for WLAN (cordless LAN) (Pacific Monolithics); a 1 GHz, 5 W SPDT switch (Matsushita); a 2.4 GHz spread spectrum WLAN chip set (M/A-COM); a 2 to 2.3 GHz, 26 dBm power amp (Teledyne); 6 to 18 GHz PHEMT power amps (Hewlett-Packard); a 2 to 3 GHz SDLVA (Microphase); a 1.7 to 2.2 GHz ultra-low noise amp (Veritech); a 10 W CW X-band, high efficiency power amp (Microwave Signal); a 50 to 860 MHz to 900 to 1200 MHz CATV chip set (Anadigics); 850 MHz to 2.4 GHz amps and prescalers (OKI Semiconductors); DC to 3 GHz cascadable HBT amps (FEI Communications); and a 1.5 to 1.7 GHz amp with +32 dBm output (Raytheon).