About Atlanta Micro

Atlanta Micro, Inc was founded in 2011 with the purpose of designing and manufacturing high performance RF and Microwave products for demanding customer applications and environments.  The company is based in Peachtree Corners, Georgia, just north of Atlanta.  Our executives possess over 40 years of experience designing state‑of‑the‑art components, receivers, transceivers and systems for the military, government agencies and the test equipment community.  Atlanta Micro is focused on providing best‑in‑class broadband RF solutions meeting stringent specifications while offering reduced size, weight and power consumption necessary for portable and low power platforms.  Our products are designed to meet customer needs that have been identified through our extensive experience.

Atlanta Micro emphasizes a strong commitment to our customers and we strive to simplify system design with innovative products and readily accessible product information and technical support.  Our products are designed with integrated functions and simplified interfaces while providing high performance.  Easy access to product data, evaluation units, technical support and product ordering is all available through our intuitive company web site.


New – Connectorized Amplifier Modules to 22 GHz

Atlanta Micro announces the product release of new connectorized amplifier modules: AM1070-M; 1 MHz – 18 GHz 12 dB Gain, 0.2W (High OIP3)AM1071-M; 1 MHz – 18 GHz 12 dB Gain, 0.35W (High OIP3)AM1102-M; 1 MHz – 22 GHz 14 dB Gain, 0.16W (Low Noise Amplifier) These amplifier modules exhibit excellent gain stability over the temperature range -40C to +85C and excellent gain flatness...continue reading.

New – Connectorized SPDT Switch Modules to 26.5 GHz

Atlanta Micro announces the product release of new connectorized SPDT switch modules: AM6002A-M, 160 kHz – 14 GHz, ReflectiveAM6012-M, 160 kHz – 18 GHz, ReflectiveAM6016-M, 160 kHz– 26.5 GHz, ReflectiveAM6031-M, 160 kHz – 20 GHz, Non-Reflective All switch modules provide low insertion loss, flat frequency response, high isolation, and operate from a +3.3V to +5.0V supply with...continue reading.

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