Atlanta Micro Partners with Digi-Key Electronics. February 4, 2022
The Atlanta Micro business unit of Mercury Systems is pleased to announce it has partnered with Digi-Key Electronics to provide distribution of select products. View available parts on...continue reading.
Mercury Systems acquires Atlanta Micro November 29, 2021
Atlanta Micro is excited to announce it has been acquired by Mercury Systems, Inc. For more information read the available press release....continue reading.
New – Driver Amplifier – AM1095 October 11, 2021
New - 6 to 22.25 GHz Wideband Amplifier
The AM1095 is an AC-coupled driver amplifier covering the 6 to 22.25 GHz frequency range. The device provides high output P1dB, low noise figure, and excellent gain stability over the operating temperature range. With internal 50Ω matching and packaged in a 3mm QFN, the AM1095 delivers a compact total PCB footprint.
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New – Wideband Driver Amplifier – AM1111 September 30, 2021
New - 2 to 18 GHz Wideband Amplifier
The AM1111 is a wideband, cascadable amplifier covering the 2 to18 GHz frequency range. The device provides exceptional linearity and power handling across its bandwidth, while maintaining flat gain and low noise figure. Packaged in a 3mm QFN with internal 50Ω matching and DC blocking capacitors on input and output, AM1111 provides a compact total...continue reading.
New – Broadband Amplifiers – AM1100 & AM1109 August 27, 2021
New - 2 to 26.5 GHz Broadband LNA
AM1100 is a broadband cascadable low noise amplifier covering the 2 GHz to 26.5 GHz frequency range. It is a low SWaP device drawing less than 100mW of power and is packaged in a 3mm QFN with integrated DC blocking capacitors and internal 50Ω matching. The device’s low noise figure and wideband operation make it an excellent choice for many broadband...continue reading.
New – Cascadable Amplifiers – AM1099 & AM1127 August 12, 2021
New - 26 to 32 GHz Gain Block Amplifier
AM1099 is a high frequency, cascadable amplifier servicing the 26 to 32 GHz frequency range. The device provides moderate gain and noise figure which makes the AM1099 a useful component for applications such as 5G wireless and Ka-band satcom. Packaged in a 3mm QFN with internal 50Ω matching, the AM1099 represents a compact total PCB...continue reading.
New – 3 Passive Filter Banks July 30, 2021
New – 3.75 GHz and 9.5 GHz Bandpass Filters
Atlanta Micro introduces 2 passive bandpass filters implemented on chip that provide low loss and high rejection in miniature packages. These filters are useful as an IF filter in any RF system for image, LO, and spur rejection. Both are AC coupled and matched to 50 ohms and operate over the -40C to +100C temperature range.
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New – 3 Bandpass Filter Banks July 21, 2021
New – 1 GHz, 2 GHz, and 3 GHz Bandpass Filters
Atlanta Micro introduces 3 passive bandpass filters implemented on chip that provide low loss and high rejection in miniature packages. These filters are useful as an IF filter in any RF system for image, LO, and spur rejection. All 3 are AC coupled and matched to 50 ohms and operate over the -40C to +100C temperature range.
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New – Broadband Gain Equalizing Amplifier July 16, 2021
Atlanta Micro announces the product release of a Slope Correcting Gain Block Amplifier:
AM1110; a new wideband gain equalizing amplifier servicing the 2 to 18 GHz frequency range, part number AM1110. The device has low gain at the lower frequencies increasing to moderate gain at higher frequencies. The increasing gain across frequency makes the AM1110 an ideal solution...continue reading.
New – 3 Miniature Filter Banks July 8, 2021
Atlanta Micro announces the product release of three new miniature filter banks:
AM3186; 6 to 26.5 GHz, Sub-Octave Fixed Bandpass Filter BankOffers low insertion loss and high out of band rejection, the filter bank contains 5 bandpass filters with full 1 GHz overlap as well as an integrated, low-loss filter bypass path to 20 GHz. While packaged in a 5mm QFN package and operates over the -40C...continue reading.
New – Connectorized Amplifier Modules to 22 GHz June 7, 2021
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 June 3, 2021
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.
New – High Frequency Low Loss Switches to 26.5 GHz May 13, 2020
Atlanta Micro is pleased to announce 4 new products to their line of switches with support up to 26.5 GHz useful in a wide range of wireless applications. Each of these new devices are packaged in a 3mm QFN.
These devices operate from a single positive voltage supply and a single positive voltage control to switch between a low loss thru path or a high isolation state. Offering internal 50Ω...continue reading.
New – 20 MHz to 550 MHz Tunable Filters April 14, 2020
Atlanta Micro is pleased to announce two new products to our digitally tunable filter catalog. With operation from 20 MHz to 550 MHz, internal 50Ω matching, low loss, and an operating temperature range of -40C to +85C these new filters make a great addition to any RF system.
Atlanta Micro is introducing the AM3150 which is a digitally tunable low pass filter bank offering 32 discrete filter...continue reading.