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Check Maxim also. the only thing you have to do is matching impedances at input and output, and insert an inductor to biasing the Chip.
But be careful, normally high frecuency amlpifiers are made for a single frecuency, or a limited range of frecuencies, because they are frecuency compensated to avoid unstabilities