The EXP7602 is a GaAs MMIC power amplifier designed for 50-Ohm systems, and specified for operation in the 71 to 76 GHz range of E-Band.

The EXP7602 enables delivery of 25 dBm RF output power when driven to 3 dB of gain compression, and maintains good linearity well below the onset of gain compression. Typical small-signal gain is 22 dB with flatness of ±0.5 dB over a 1.25 GHz window. DC power consumption is as low as 2.2 W.

The EXP7602 also provides a built-in E-Band power detector, and internally de-couples DC form RF input and output ports to simplify system-level design.

Key Features

  • 71 to 76 GHz Frequency Range
  • 22 dB Nominal Gain
  • 31 dBm Nominal Output IP3
  • 23.5 dBm Nominal P-1dB
  • 25 dBm Nominal P-3dB
  • 4 V, 550 mA Nominal Quiescent Drain Bias
  • 4.17 mm x 1.87 mm Die Size

Applications List

  • Point-to-point E-Band radios
  • Satellite communication
  • Test and measurement

Ordering Information

EXP7602-DNTRoHS compliant bare die in gel packs