The MGA-43528 is Power Amplifier Module made by AVAGO.
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MGA 43528 High Linearity 1 93 1 995 GHz Power Amplifier Module Data Sheet Description Avago Technologies MGA 43528 is a fully matched power amplifier for use in the 1 93 1 995 GHz band High linear output power at 5V is achieved through the use of Avago Technologies proprietary 0 25um GaAs Enhancement mode pHEMT process MGA 43528 is housed in a miniature 5 0mm x 5 0mm molded chip on board MCOB module package A detector is also included on chip The compact footprint coupled with high gain high linearity and good efficiency makes the MGA 43528 an ideal choice as a power amplifier for small cell BTS PA applications Features High linearity performance Max 50dBc ACLR1 1 at 27 2Bm linear output power biased with 5V supply High gain 41 9dB Good efficiency Fully matched input and output Built in RF detector GaAs E pHEMT Technology 2 Low cost small package size 5 0 x 5 0 x 0 9 mm MSL3 Lead free Halogen free RoHS compliance Applications Final and driver stage high linearity amplifier for Picocell and Enterprise Femtocell basestations Specifications Freq 1 96GHz Vdd 5 0V Idqtotal 400mA typ 1 PAE 13 6 27 2dBm linear Pout ACLR1 50dBc 41 9dB Gain Detector ran

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Q: What is a voltage amplifier, and how does it work?
A: A voltage amplifier is an electronic circuit that increases the amplitude of an input voltage signal. It does this by using active or passive components to amplify the input signal, making it stronger and increasing its voltage level. The output voltage of the amplifier is proportional to the input voltage, and the amplification factor is determined by the circuit design.

Q: What are the types of voltage amplifiers?
A: There are many types of voltage amplifiers, including operational amplifiers (op-amps), transistor amplifiers, vacuum tube amplifiers, and integrated circuit (IC) amplifiers. Each type of amplifier has its unique design and application.

Q: What is the gain of a voltage amplifier?
A: The gain of a voltage amplifier is the ratio of the output voltage to the input voltage. It is typically expressed in decibels (dB) or as a numeric ratio.

Q: What is the frequency response of a voltage amplifier?
A: The frequency response of a voltage amplifier is the range of frequencies that the amplifier can amplify without significant distortion or attenuation. It is determined by the circuit design and the characteristics of the active and passive components used.

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