Spectrum Microwave Press Release, 12-9-2008
New Small Surface Mount Filtered GPS Low
Noise Amplifier Rejects Signals by at Least 35 dB Over the L1 Band
Delmar, DE – December 9, 2008 - Spectrum Microwave
introduces its new line of Surface Mount Filtered GPS LNAs offering
multiple gain stages of 26 to 38 dB with more than 35 dB of out-of-band
rejection at 1575.42 MHz. This new small surface mount design exhibits
a low noise figure of 1.8 dB, and operates from a 5 to 32 volt supply
while only consuming 77 mA.
These filtered amplifiers offer a 4 pin design for easy mounting
and customer selected 26 dB, 32 dB or 38 dB gain options while still
maintaining a low 1.8 dB noise figure from 0°C to 70°C. Spectrum
also offers these filtered LNAs in connectorized hermetic packages
for in-line booster applications or other harsh environments.
Spectrum Microwave's high isolation, Filtered LNAs are ideal
for a wide range of applications including Avionics, Satellite Navigation,
Marine Navigation, or Surveying and Mapping systems. The series
310 Filtered GPS LNAs are priced starting from $300 depending on
quantity and configuration, with typical delivery lead-times of
About Spectrum Microwave
Spectrum Microwave is a wholly owned subsidiary of Spectrum Control,
Inc. and produces a wide range of microwave components and systems.
Frequency Control Components include a wide range low phase noise
amplifiers, LNAs, Mixers, Switches, DROs and VCOs. The Filter Division
specializes in Lumped Element Filters, Cavity, Ceramic, Waveguide,
Tubular, Diplexer and Multiplexer Designs. The Integrated Microwave
Systems Group designs Switch Filter Banks, Synthesizers, PLOs, DTOs,
GPS LNAs, and Sophisticated Microwave Assemblies.
About Spectrum Control
Spectrum Control, an ISO 9001:2000 and TS 16949 certified company,
designs, manufactures and markets a broad line of EMI/RFI filters
and power components, power management systems, microwave components,
and sensors and controls.
The Spectrum Control Signal & Power Integrity Group produces
discrete surface mount EMI filters, resin sealed and hermetically
sealed EMI filters, EMI filtered arrays, EMI filtered connectors,
ESD/EFT protected connectors, filtered data-com connectors, gaskets
and shielding, patch antenna elements, single line filters, filtered
terminal blocks, power entry modules, power line filters, military/aerospace
multi-section filters, and commercial custom assemblies.
Spectrum Power Management Systems produces AC and DC power distribution
and remote management systems. Products include off-the-shelf SMART
start products as well as customized products or systems designed
to suit specific user requirements. DC power circuit breaker and
fuse interface panels, power outlet strips and data acquisition
modules are also offered.
Spectrum Sensors & Controls Precision Positioning Sensors Operation
manufactures a variety of precision co-molded conductive plastic
potentiometers and position sensors, as well as element segments
and cable assemblies. Designs for these potentiometers and position
sensors include rotary, motorized, hollow shaft, linear and fader
types, as well as custom assemblies. The company’s Advanced Thermal
Products Operation produces temperature sensing probes and assemblies,
PTC and NTC thermistors and resistive temperature detectors (RTDs).
For further product information, contact Walter Witt, Regional Manager,
Spectrum Microwave, 2707 Black Lake Place Philadelphia, PA 19154.
Phone: 888 553-1531. Fax: 888 553-1532. E-mail:
Tim Glass, Altman-Hall Associates, 235 West Seventh Street, Erie,
PA 16501. Phone: 814-454-0158. Fax: 814-454-3266. Website:
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