LOW NOISE

AMPLIFIERS (LNAs)

Orbital Research sources and customizes third-party GaAs FET low noise amplifiers (LNA) to meet your specific signal amplification needs. Our world-class engineers expertly tweak noise figure, signal gain, frequency, linearity, impedance matching and more.

Hand-tuned and tested, Orbital’s C, Ka, Ku and X-band LNAs work perfectly with our block downconverters (BDCs) and can be combined into a customized solution for commercial or military satellite communication (SATCOM) applications. All of our LNAs come with their own data sheet and offer excellent performance and long-term reliability in a small and lightweight package. They can also be ruggedized for airborne or mobile use.

In addition to our custom LNAs, Orbital has launched a new high-performance wideband Ka LNA that provides 2.5 GHz of bandwidth, from 17.7 to 20.2 GHz.

Need a custom LNA to feed your BDC or downconverter chain?

Contact us to discuss your requirements.

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What is a LNA?

A low noise amplifier (LNA) is an electronic device that amplifies a satellite signal without significantly degrading its signal-to-noise ratio. An LNA is either built into your low noise block downconverter (LNB) or is used externally alongside multiple block downconverters (BDCs) to provide simultaneous satellite reception of an entire band.

Satellite dish icon

What is a LNA?

A low noise amplifier (LNA) is an electronic device that amplifies a satellite signal without significantly degrading its signal-to-noise ratio. An LNA is either built into your low noise block downconverter (LNB) or is used externally alongside multiple block downconverters (BDCs) to provide simultaneous satellite reception of an entire band.

Explore our low noise amplifiers

WIDEBAND Ka-BAND LNA


CUSTOM LNAs


Ku LNB PLL or External Reference