Electronic Amplifiers

GaN Coaxial Power Amplifier operates in 2-6 GHz band.
Electronic Amplifiers

GaN Coaxial Power Amplifier operates in 2-6 GHz band.

Operating from +28 V power supply, Model PE15A5025 offers 50 dB of small signal gain with saturated output power level of +47 dBm and 30% power added efficiency. While generating 50 W of saturated output power under worst case conditions, output harmonic response is -15 dBc and spurious levels are kept at -70 dBc. Amplifier includes integrated voltage regulation, bias sequencing circuitry, DC...

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In Vacuum Amplifier works with vacuum UV silicon diodes.
Electronic Amplifiers

In Vacuum Amplifier works with vacuum UV silicon diodes.

High-vacuum-compatible, current-to-voltage converting amplifier 671MX is intended for use with vacuumÂ- UV silicon photodiodes. With integral socketed photodiode mount, combination detector/amplifier hybrid can be used to measure small photo-generated currents with resolutions of 10 fA and dynamic ranges ofÂ- 4 orders of magnitude. Solution consists of low-noise op-amp with selectable...

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Elbit Systems of America Showcases Advanced Solutions for Army Aircrew Readiness during Annual Army Aviation Association of America Conference and Expo

FORT WORTH, Texas - U.S. Army aircrews stand ready to fly tough missions in treacherous environments. Elbit Systems of America, LLC, a U.S. company and wholly-owned subsidiary of Elbit Systems Ltd., provides solutions ranging from helmet mounted displays to next generation communications amplifiers that allow those aircrews the ability to perform missions more effectively and safely. Elbit...

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GaN Low-Noise Amplifier features 23 dB gain.
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GaN Low-Noise Amplifier features 23 dB gain.

Able to survive input power levels up to 5 W without front-end limiter, 4–8 GHz Model CMD219 features output of 1 dB, compression point of +18 dBm, and noise figure of 1.1 dB across operating bandwidth. Typical bias conditions are Vdd = 10 V at 100 mA and Vgg = -2.3 V, although Vdd can vary from 5–28 V. Suitable applications include point-to-point and point-to-multipoint radios, military and...

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Digital Load Cell Amplifier offers configurable alarm output.

Housed in compact enclosure with digital display, MAGPOWR Load Cell Amplifier is used to multiply millivolt tension signal to usable 0–10 Vdc and 4–20 mAdc analog output. DIN rail mounted unit features one pushbutton for re-zeroing, programmable filtering of each output, and 3 pushbuttons for setup and calibration. In addition, amplifier offersÂ- weightless load cell calibrationÂ- as...

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Electronic Amplifiers

RRIO Op Amp drives ADCs in high-voltage, precision DAQ systems.

Available in 5 x 4 mm SO-8, 3 x 3 mm MSOP-8, and 3 x 1.75 mm SOT23-5 packages, OPA192 rail-to-rail input and output (RRIO) operational amplifier (op amp) has 36 V input range and provides 5 Â-µV offset voltage and 0.2 Â-µV/C offset drift over temperature without use of internally clocked auto-zero techniques. Stable offset voltage drift over full specified temperature range eliminates...

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Electronic Amplifiers

Digital Amplifier turns millivolt tension signal into usable one.

Used to multiplyÂ- millivolt tension signal toÂ- usable 0–10 Vdc and 4–20 mAdc analog output,Â- MAGPOWR Digital Load Cell Amplifier (DLCA) offers pushbutton for re-zeroing, programmable filtering of each output, and 3Â- pushbuttons for setup and calibration. Other features include weightless load cell calibration, configurable alarm output, and automatic load cell diagnostics...

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Ultra Low Noise GaAs Amplifiers operate up to 16 and 17 GHz.
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Ultra Low Noise GaAs Amplifiers operate up to 16 and 17 GHz.

Available as bare die for hybrid assemblies, CMD167 ultra low noise GaAs MMIC amplifier operates from 10–17 GHz. Supplied in leadless 3 x 3 mm plastic SMT package, CMD167P3 operates from 8–16 GHz. Both deliver >15 dB gain, with output 1 dB compression point of +11 dBm and noise figure of 1.8 dB at 14 GHz, and feature 50 Ω matched designs that eliminate need for external DC blocks and RF port...

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