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 Post subject: I need a data sheet
PostPosted: Jan Wed 10, 2018 7:59 am 
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RF-Wide-Band-Amplifier-30dB-High-Gain-Low-Noise-LNA-Amplifier-Module-0-1-2000MHz

I saw one of these on E-bay for $6 and thought I might have a use for something like this.
Most usually the supplier will remove the ID markings on these devices so you will have a hard time copying them. I was lucky enough to find one with the marking N02. This amplifier looks like a 1.4amp round bridge rectifier. Same circular 5/16" shape with 4 flat pins at 90* to each other. A Google search turned up nothing for me. That number N02 brought up a larger square chip with a bunch of pins designed for something totally different. Hopefully one of you know of a link or has a semi conductor book with this device listed. I would like to know the operating voltage for sure and anything else would be a bonus. Thank you for your time. michael


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 Post subject: Re: I need a data sheet
PostPosted: Jan Wed 10, 2018 1:35 pm 
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Does it look like this?

https://www.rfparts.com/rftransistors/t ... rf901.html

Motorola made a series of high frequency devices in this package style.

Not an N02 but likely similar.


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 Post subject: Re: I need a data sheet
PostPosted: Jan Wed 10, 2018 2:53 pm 
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That device is a Monolithic Microwave Integrated Circuit (MMIC).
Here is a practical intro to MMICs:
http://www.arrl.org/files/file/Technology/microwave/8702023.pdf

There are a number of companies producing MMICs, like Mini Circuits:
https://www.minicircuits.com/WebStore/Amplifiers.html
http://www.om3bc.com/datasheets/MMICSb.pdf

Based on the gain/frequency specs of the module it is not any of the Mini Circuits MMICs .
https://www.ebay.ca/itm/RF-Wide-Band-Amplifier-30dB-High-Gain-Low-Noise-LNA-Amplifier-Module-0-1-2000MHz/122818087090?hash=item1c988748b2:g:vcUAAOSwonBaEjwu

Peter


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 Post subject: Re: I need a data sheet
PostPosted: Jan Wed 10, 2018 3:13 pm 
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HP/Agilent Data Sheet. INA-02184 and INA-02186 (marked NO2).

http://www.qsl.net/n9zia/metricom/ina02184.pdf
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Generally use a 5 VDC supply and it will draw about 30 mA. You should never exceed 8 VDC.

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 Post subject: Re: I need a data sheet
PostPosted: Jan Thu 11, 2018 8:48 am 
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You guys are the best! Thank you all so much for helping me out here. I'm a tube guy and my knowledge of semiconductors ends with designing low voltage power supplies. Curtis, you are the man. I'm totally impressed you found this thing. I thought it might work in a balanced RF amp for a loop antenna I'm working on. Now on to the data sheet............


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