The AD8353 is a broadband, fixed-gain, linear amplifier that operates at frequencies from 1 MHz up to 2.7 GHz. It is intended for use in a wide variety of wireless devices, including cellular, broadband, CATV, and LMDS/MMDS applications. By taking advantage of ADI's high performance, complementary Si bipolar process, these gain blocks provide excellent stability over process, temperature, and power supply. This amplifier is single-ended and internally matched to 50 with a return loss of greater than 10 dB over the full operating frequency range. The AD8353 provides linear output power of 9 dBm with 20 dB of gain at 900 MHz when biased at 3 V and an external RF choke is connected between the power supply and the output pin. The dc supply current is 42 mA. At 900 MHz, the output third-order intercept (OIP3) is greater than 23 dBm and is 19 dBm at 2.7 GHz.