RF Amplifiers

Electronic Components & Devices

Portable, 3U, 500 W Power Amplifier covers 80-1,000 MHz.

January 21, 2015

Delivering 500 W of broadband output power, Model 2175 comes in air-cooled chassis and provides single RF input and output as well as user-selectable configuration and operation in AGC (Automatic Gain Control), ALC (Automatic Level Control), and MGC (Manual Gain Control) modes. Use of high-voltage RF transistors (LDMOS) lend to ruggedness, while multi-faceted Monitoring and Control (M&C) UIs include Web browser, TCP/IP Ethernet, RS-485 interface, and front panel touchscreen. Read More

Electronic Components & Devices

Power Amplifier delivers 1 kW broadband output power.

January 21, 2015

Housed in 5U, air-cooled chassis, Model 2170 features single RF input and output operating over 1-3 GHz frequency range. Unit offers user-selectable configuration and operation in 3 different modes, including Automatic Gain Control, Automatic Level Control, and Manual Gain Control. Equipped with Web browser, TCP/IP Ethernet, RS-485 interface, and front panel touchscreen display, amplifier is suitable for test and measurement, electronic warfare, and communications applications. Read More

Communication Systems & Equipment, Electronic Components & Devices

High Linearity 4 W Power Amplifier suits Ka-band applications.

January 20, 2015

Offered in bare die format and 5 x 5 mm, 32-lead QFN package, MAAP-011139 has 29–31 GHz frequency range and delivers 24 dB of linear gain, 4 W of saturated output power, and 23% efficiency. This high-linearity power amplifier, suited for Ka-band, high-data density satellite communications, provides >27 dBm Pout/tone while maintaining IM3 levels of 30 dBc. Rating for input and output return loss is 10 dB. Read More

Electronic Components & Devices

RF Power Amplifier features optimized SWaP profile.

December 4, 2014

Housed in 4.50 x 3.50 x 0.61 in. aluminum chassis, NuPower™ 13G05A provides saturated RF power of at least 35 W from 800–2,000 MHz with greater than 40% efficiency across frequency band. With nominal input drive level of 0 dBm, L-band unit offers 45 dB of RF gain. Device is small enough for integration into air- or ground-based tactical, test, or training platforms. It can be used with communications and telemetry systems to provide range extension or with electronic warfare systems. Read More

Communication Systems & Equipment, Electronic Components & Devices

Linear RF Amplifiers operate from 0.8-9.5 GHz.

October 17, 2014

With gain performance from 18–32.5 dB, Coaxial GaAs PHEMT MMIC-based Amplifiers are suited for commercial and defense applications such as communications, radar and sensors, test instrumentation, telecom infrastructure, fixed microwave backhaul, and commercial 2-way radio. Units offer gain flatness from ±0.5 dB to ±2 dB and third order intercept levels from 38.5–47 dBm. Rated for -55 to +85°C operation, amplifiers are fully matched internally for input and output at 50 Ω. Read More

Electronic Components & Devices

E-Band Driver Amplifier targets point-to-point radios.

October 15, 2014

Delivering typical Psat of 24 dBm for 71-76 GHz and 81-86 GHz frequency ranges in single product, 4-stage Model MAAM-011167 is suited for high capacity macro cell and small cell backhaul point-to-point radios. Bare die power amplifier supports 18 dB of small signal gain with variable gain control for flexible performance tuning. Integrated power detector enables customers to avoid extra loss that is associated with discrete power detectors. Read More

Electronic Components & Devices

RF Power Amplifier suits base station applications.

August 1, 2014

Delivering up to 1,000 W PEP power into 50 Ω load over frequency range of 225–400 MHz, Model KAW5050 comprises power amplifier, controller sub-system, and AC power supply encased in 3 RU shelf. Class AB wideband system weighs 50 lb and mounts into standard 19 in. equipment rack. It can be operated and monitored remotely via RS232 or Ethernet control. Read More

Mechanical Power Transmission, Electronic Components & Devices

Operational Amplifier drives heavy loads at high output.

June 25, 2014

Delivering over 1 A output current, 40 V Model ADA4870 provides wide bandwidth of 52 MHz and slew rate of 2,500 V/µs to facilitate high-voltage pulses necessary to drive piezoelectric transducer in high-intensity focused ultrasound for medical treatment and procedures. In small-cell base stations and compact military radios, op amp assists with drive of power amplifier’s low impedance bias control to track envelope of RF signal, only using as much power for PA as needed to pass signal. Read More