Ophir RF offers Solid State Broadband High Power RF Amplifiers for EMC, Communications, and Military applications. Links to datasheets can be found below, along with information on typical users of Ophir RF’s amplifiers, and the applications in which they’re used.
In UHF/VHF frequency bands, the BBM2E3KLP (SKU 1163) high power amplifier can be used as a broadband PA building block in electronic attack, digital communications, and test and measurement applications.
This is a class AB, GaN amplifier module with high linear transmit power with superior EVM performance and greater than 40% efficiency. Its 30 MHz to 3000 MHz frequency range makes it ideal for a wide variety of applications.
Teledyne MEC, a sister company of Teledyne Microwave Solutions, introduces the new line of SSHPA (Solid State High Power Amplifier) products. Demanding power and reliability standards required with most modern radars and communication transmitters benefit from these amplifiers advanced thermal management schemes and unique highly efficient coaxial power combiners. The most popular bands of radio frequency are covered with this line, and output power ranges from 100W at the module level to over 1kW at the amplifier level, in hermetically sealed packages operating over - 40°C to + 80°C. Additional features include CW and peak pulse power capability, 0.5dB gain flatness peak-peak, excellent VSWR match of 1:5 over different bands, and more.
Ophir RF’s 6010 broadband high power RF amplifier is ideal for NMR applications. It operates in the 20 to 1000 MHz frequency range and has a saturated output power of 125 Watts (min). It also has +52 dB (min) small signal gain, 50dB (min) blanking, <5uS blanking speed, -20 dBc (typ) harmonics @90 Watts, >-60 dBc (typ) @90 Watts, and much more. Additional specifications can be found on the available datasheet.
These GaN MMIC power amplifiers are ideal for applications involving test instrumentation, general communications, and general radar. Two models are featured below, a 25 Watt PA covering the 2-6 GHz frequency range, and an 8 Watt PA covering the 2-20 GHz frequency range.