AR’s solid state amplifier family provides you with the power (1 – 800 watts) and frequency (0.8 to 18 GHz) needed for wireless and EMC testing. These amplifiers boast low spurious signals, noise figures and distortion. They also generate 100% rated power and make it available to the load even when mismatch is severe. In addition, many of the amplifiers is this family allow you to upgrade your existing amplifier to higher power without purchasing new amplifiers as part of the “Subampability” concept.
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 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.
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.
These new amplifier models employ a new design that delivers more than twice the power of older models. The new, more efficient design consumes less power, and incorporates both USB and Ethernet interfaces in addition to the standard IEEE and RS-232 interfaces.
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