What I'd like to do is to amplify a signal coming from an analog Video Transmitter. I've created a small circuit according to the application circuit description of the "High Gain Driver Amplifier" (Avago MGA-31189). Now I plan to match the input of the amp to the output of the Transmitter and the output of the amp to the antenna in order to get the maximum power. Here are the specs:
Transmitter: Analog Video Transmitter Frequency: 850 MHz Power: approx. 10mW Impedance: 50 Ohms
Amplifier: Avago MGA-31189 Gamma locations at 850MHz: Input: mag= 0.071, ang= -113.02 Output: mag= 0.039, ang= -134.54
Antenna: Cloverleaf Antenna Impedance: 50 Ohms
Q1: How do I transform the input and output reflection coefficients of this amplifier into impedances?
Q2: Once the equivalent impedances have been found, how can an LC network be formed to achieve the required impedance matching to minimize reflections?