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.
The TGC4603-SM is a device comprised of a frequency doubler and a multi-stage amplifier designed for operation in the 13.5 – 16 GHz frequency range. This instrument is able to achieve more than 1 Watt of output power at only 3 dBm input power due to more than 70 dBc isolation between the input and doubled output frequency.
This amplifier covers the 1 to 3 GHz frequency range while delivering 1 kW of broadband output power in a 5U, air-cooled chassis. Its performance and size make it an ideal solution for test and measurement, electronic warfare, and communications applications. More specifically, it’s designed for octave bandwidth high power CW, modulated, and pulse 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.
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.
Millitech’s series AMP power amplifiers are designed to obtain high output power in the 18-110 GHz frequency range through the use of advanced PHEMT MMICs and transistors. These multiple MMIC amplifier chips can be combined or cascaded for applications requiring higher gain or greater output power than standard products.