From the datasheet, the supply voltage is required to be between 4.5V and 5.5V. Can you comment on how the device will operate using a 3-3.3V supply?
The performance of the AD8331 can only be guaranteed when operating within the datasheet specifications. Even if the part works at 3-3.3V, we would not be able to guarantee that the part will work accordingly.
What is your requirement for the AD8331? If you really require a part that works at 3-3.3V, you could check out the AD8367. You can use it at a supply as low as 2.7V. It has a higher bandwidth of 500 MHz compared to the AD8331, but it has roughly the same gain range (-2.5 to 42.5dB). Another option would be the AD8330. It has a bandwidth of 150MHz and a gain range of 0 to 50dB. Please note that the parts I have mentioned do not have internal low noise preamps, although the AD8330 is relatively low noise at 5nV/rtHz.
If these don't suit your application, could you tell me more of your requirement so we can figure out the best part for you.
Another part you may wish to look at, which is specifically designed around 3.0V is the recently released AD8338 VGA. http://www.analog.com/en/specialty-amplifiers/variable-gain-amplifiers/ad8338/products/product.html
It's the lowest operating current VGA in our portfolio (4mA @ 3.3V), with 80dB of gain range.
Please note that if you take the AD8367's supply voltage lower, the distortion will degrade somewhat.
Please see attached AD8367data at 3V supply @ 140 MHz.
The AD8338 is a new, low power VGA that will operate down to 3.0V supplies.
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