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.
This high power amplifier module covers the 2500 to 6000 MHz and is ideal for broadband jamming and high power linear applications in the S/C bands. It features built-in control and monitoring with protection functions, high power GaN on SiC transistors, and much more.
High Power Amplifiers by api technologies are ideal for a wide variety of applications and solutions. These include broadband jamming, satellite links, test equipment, military communications, electronic warfare, transmitters, digital control, PA modules with integrated PSU, pulsed radar, and transmitters.
This solid state broadband high power amplifier operates in the 20-520 MHz frequency range and delivers 125 Watts output power. It’s suitable to use as a broadband PA building block in applications involving electronic attack, digital communications, and test and measurement in the UHF/VHF bands.
This high power amplifier operates in the 92-96 GHz frequency range. It’s a two-stage power device, designed for use in commercial digital radios and wireless LANs. More specifically, it’s ideal for applications involving sensors and short haul/high capacity links.
This high power amplifier operates in the 81 to 86 GHz frequency range, and is ideal for wireless fiber replacement, short haul/high capacity links, and enterprise wireless LAN applications. It features a 2 mil substrate, a 25.5 dBm (typ) power saturation, 17dB (typ) linear gain, 4 VDC @ 630 mA DC power, and an 11.07 sq. mm die size.
This GaAs three-state high power amplifier is ideal for use in commercial digital radios and wireless LANs. It operates in the 71 to 76 GHz frequency range, has a linear gain of 19dB (typ), a 28 dBm (typ) power saturation, 4 VDC @ 630 mA DC power, and more.