Low Noise Amplifier 10 MHz to 8000 MHz with 40 dB gain



This is a wideband low noise amplifier that provides excellent gain (35-40 dB between 100 MHz and 2 GHz) and noise figure (3 dB at 2 GHz). The LNA is very general purpose and can be used in a number of different applications such as Ham Radio, Software radio, TV reception, etc. The product is ideally suited for software radio products such as RTL-SDR, HackRF, USRP, etc. where the USB power supply means you can power it off your laptop. Our design is unique as it provides broadband performance from 10 MHz to 8 GHz at a fraction of the cost of similar LNAs. As well, all our products are made with genuine ICs sourced directly from the manufacturer and reliable distributors.


• Wideband LNA operates from 10 MHz to 8 GHz

• USB-powered; includes pads for external DC power

• Suitable for use with software radio receivers such as HackRF, RTL-SDR, USRP, etc.

• 2.9 dB Noise Figure at 2 GHz

• PCB edge-mount connectors are SMA-F

• Micro USB cable not included



Frequency              Gain

10 MHz                 30 dB

100 MHz                40 dB

1 GHz                  39 dB

2 GHz                  35 dB

3 GHz                  31 dB

4 GHz                  28 dB

5 GHz                  26 dB

6 GHz                  23 dB

7 GHz                  20 dB

8 GHz                  14 dB

9 GHz                  10 dB


Maximum RF Input Power

+10 dBm

Physical Dimensions

1.5″ x 1.7″

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6 thoughts on “Low Noise Amplifier 10 MHz to 8000 MHz with 40 dB gain

  1. Greetings, I am Agustin Riolfo, a student from the Technological National University (U.T.N.) of Argentina, located in Buenos Aires, San Nicolas de los Arroyos (Facultad Regional San Nicolas F.R.S.N.)

    I am a member of the Telecomunicatios Research Group (G.I.C.O.M.) and we are working on a project to Develop and launch a Cubesat Satellite.

    We are planning to have an earth station in the University to communicate with the satellite and we saw your “Ultra Low Noise Amplifier Gain 40dB; 0.01 – 2GHz” in tindie. We think that it would be adequate for our purpose. I was not able to find that product on this page so I asked here.

    If possible we would like to know the noise figure and the OIP3 of the “Ultra Low Noise Amplifier Gain 40dB; 0.01 – 2GHz” at 146 Mhz, 435 Mhz, 1,26 Ghz and 2,4 Ghz to know if it would be suitable.

    Thank you in advance.

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