Jon has some spectrum scanning projects in which he uses our LNA and FM notch filters. It's interesting how he puts them into die-cast boxes. This is something we get asked about all the time. You can read about the projects here and here. Jon's wireless projects are definitely worth reading about.
Some of our LNAs provide in excess of 40 dB of gain and operate over a wide frequency range. The primary application of these products is to amplify weak signals by increasing the signal-to-noise ratio at the receiver.
Our LNA products use a micro-USB connector for powering the device. The choice of this connector was based on the popularity of USB and the reasoning that it's easy to find cell phone chargers. The only negative with this connector is that it is easy to rip them off the board if handled improperly.