This broadband amplifier operates in the 50-1100 MHz frequency range and features low distortion, high gain, and a low noise figure. It’s ideal for CATV applications. The amplifier is supplied in a lead-free surface mount package. A 75Ω input/output impedance, minimizing the number of required external components.
This solid state broadband power amplifier operates in the 20-1000 MHz frequency range and delivers 100W output power. It’s ideal to use as a broadband power amplifier building block in electronic attack, digital communications, and test and measurement applications in the UHF/VHF frequency bands
This solid-state amplifier covers the 80 MHz to 1000 MHz frequency range and uses push-pull circuitry in its higher power stages in order to lower distortion and improve stability. It’s particularly well suited for applications that require an amplifier with high gain and instantaneous bandwidth.
AR’s 30S1G6 is a solid-sate amplifier covering the 1.0 to 6.0 GHz frequency range. When used with a sweep generator, it provides a minimum of 30 watts RF power. Like most of AR’s amplifiers, this model is ideal for applications that call for instantaneous bandwidth and high gain.
The ML1590 is a wideband RF/IF/ audio military grade amplifier designed to support mature circuit designs in military systems, video amplifiers, mixers, and staged IF amplifiers. It can also be used in navigation test instrumentation and Global Positioning Systems (GPS) applications.
Ophir RF’s 7000 series consists of ten different broadband amplifier systems covering a wide frequency range. Each model features variations in output power, harmonics, spurious signal parameters, and more. These amplifiers are ideal for both military and commercial applications.
This Class A design of this broadband amplifier results in a system with high reliability and low distortion linear performance across the frequency range. It also ensures that the CBA-100M-400 Broadband Amplifier will continuously operate at full power, even when presented with an open or short circuit as its output.