so cool. could you recommend some broadband amps from TI NS or ADI?Here you go:
$80/ea, buy two of them and connect them in series. 10kHz to 1000MHz, 17dB+17dB = 34dB.
The input to the amplifiers can be up to +5dB with no damage; and they can output up to +9dB. So, you need to ensure that the input to the 1st amp cannot go above -12dB.
Trying to build a broadband amplifier yourself will be a long and trying process.
This is why I'm encouraging you to buy something off-the shelf.so cool. could you recommend some broadband amps from TI NS or ADI?
Isn't it incredible?I'm amazed they are selling an amp with that bandwidth so cheaply!
If you hadn't stated that site is on the up and up, I wouldn't have believed the price, honestly.Isn't it incredible?
I don't know of anywhere else you can buy neat little (they ARE small!) modules like that with anywhere near that performance without spending several times that much.
We used lots of these Mini-Circuits modules in R&D. You could put together most of a system pretty quickly with them.
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