MtronPTI recently released a line of broadband, solid-state, power amplifiers covering the 6 to 18 GHz range with up to 40 Watts power serving the needs of tactical communications, satellite terminals, electronic warfare, radar, point-to-point backhaul, medical, industrial, and scientific applications.
The AS0825 Series of solid state amplifiers operates in the 800 MHz to 2.5 GHz frequency range. A total of six different models in this series are available with 18W, 40W, 85W, 170W, 300W, and 500W P1dB levels. These amplifiers can be used in applications involving military/defense, EMC testing, communications, R&D, and high energy physics. Specifications can be found on the datasheets below.
This self-contained solid-state amplifier covers the 80 MHz to 1000 MHz frequency range and features lowered distortion and improved stability through the use of push-pull circuitry. When used in conjunction with an RF sweep generator, this amplifier can provide 1000 watts (min) of swept power.
This hybrid amplifier features a solid-state, class AB design, high reliability and ruggedness, optional built-in control monitoring and protection circuits, a soft-fail design, and +12VDC single bias. It covers the 6-18 GHz frequency range, and its excellent gain flatness, noise figure, and low intermodulation distortion make it ideal for military and wireless applications.
The 80RF1000 Series of solid state amplifiers operate in the 80-1000 MHz frequency range. Four different models are available with output powers of 175W, 250W, 500W, and 1000W. These amplifiers are ideal for applications involving high energy physics, EMC testing, general research, and in military/defense. Specifications for the individual models can be found below.
AR RF/Microwave Instrumentation has increased its offering of solid-state microwave amplifiers with a new family covering 4 to 8 GHz. This family includes models available in 15, 35, 60 and 120 watts. This microwave amplifier family is suitable for wireless test applications, and EMC testing for automotive requirements and also the new IEC 61000-4-3 standard