The New TAT8800 line is fabricated using GaAs technology to deliver performance with low noise and is optimised to deliver lower cost solutions for CATV operators. The TAT8807 and TAT8857, available from Clarke & Severn Electronics , are 75 Ohm RFIC amplifiers that work for applications up to 1000MHz and operate on 24v.
The gain of the TAT8807 and TAT8857 amplifiers may be easily adjusted by varying external components, and this flexibility enables CATV hybrid module builders to develop entire families of modules around a single RFIC.
TriAccess Technologies' RFICs have applied on-chip linearisation fabricated in a single-die GaAs integrated circuit developed specifically for CATV networks. By incorporating on-chip linearisation, the TAT8807 and TAT8857 amplifiers consume less power and yield a higher gain. These amplifiers are a compact, reliable, high performance RFIC that take up less power while maintaining high RF output.
Designed for use in CATV line amplifiers and CATV system amplifiers or distribution nodes, the Ohm RFIC amplifiers are fabricated with the GaAs technology. TriAccess are utilising TriQuint (TQNT) semiconductor's commercial foundry GaAs process for the fabrication of the TAT8800 product line. By integrating amplifier and linearisation functions, the TAT8800 amplifier achieves second and third order distortion performance. The TAT8807 and TAT8857 amplifiers operate within a bandwidth of 50 to 1000MHz with a gain of 25dB and consume 350mA from a 24v supply.