Products and Services

  1. SkyOne Ultra 2.0 Power Amplifier Module

    The SkyOne Ultra 2.0 PA module is designed for 2G quad-band cellular handsets supporting fixed gain GMSK, fixed gain linear EDGE modulation in the GSM850/900 and DCS1800/PCS1900 bands, TD-SCDMA modulation in bands 34 and 39, and Class12 GPRS multi-slot operations.

  2. High Power Gallium Nitride (GaN) Amplifier: SSPA 2.0-4.0-100
    Aethercomm Model Number SSPA 2.0-4.0-100 is a high power, Gallium Nitride (GaN) amplifier that operates from 2000 MHz to 4000 MHz minimum and is packaged in a rugged enclosure. This amplifier is designed for operation in harsh environments. Typical output power is 100 watts across the band at P3dB. Small signal gain is 54 dB ± 3.0 dB across the band typically. Input and output VSWR is 2.0:1 maximum. This unit is equipped with DC switching circuitry that enables and disables the RF devices inside the amplifier in 540 nSec typical for turn on and 230 nSec typical for turn off time. Standard features include reverse polarity protection, output short and open circuit protection, and over/under voltage protection. There is a temperature sensor internal to this amplifier with thermal shut down to protect the unit.
  3. 1 to 2.5 GHz High Power Amplifier In 8U Chassis

    The new Model 2180 from Empower RF is a high power RF amplifier system designed to cover the 1 to 2.5 GHz frequency range, and deliver 2 kW CW of broadband output power in an 8U, air cooled  chassis. The amplifier features unrivaled size, weight, and power advantages for many test and measurement, electronic warfare, and communication applications.

  4. Bidirectional V- And U-Band Amplifier: NuPower Xtender™ VU4GX02

    The NuPower Xtender™ VU4GX02 from NuWaves is a small, broadband, high-performance RF embedded OEM amplifier designed specifically for extending the communication range of half-duplex transceivers with constant-envelope waveforms. It is able to generate 4 Watts of linear RF power across the V- and U-band frequencies from 225 to 512 MHz, as well as 10 Watts of RF transmit power.

  5. 92-96 GHz HEMT High Power Amplifier: APH482

    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.

  6. 30 – 40 GHz Solid State Power Amplifier: PA3111V1

    The PA3111V1 is a solid state power amplifier (SSPA) designed with instantaneous wide bandwidth for operation within the 30 to 40 GHz frequency range. This SSPA includes a Class AB linear GaAsFET hybrid design that is suitable for all modulation standards.

  7. 2110 – 2170 MHz Linear Power Amplifier: SKY66184-11

    The SKY66184-11 is a 2110 – 2170 MHz high-linearity lower amplifier designed for FDD 3G/4G LTE small cell base stations that operate within the 2100 to 2200 MHz frequency range. It is also useful for active distributed antenna systems, cellular repeaters, and driver amplifiers. The amplifier features fully matched input/output, high gain, and an active biasing circuitry that is integrated to compensate its performance over temperature, voltage, and process variation.

  8. GaN MMIC Power Amplifiers

    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.

  9. High-Power CW/Pulsed RF Amplifier
    Aethercomm Model Number SSPA 0.35-0.50-1000- RM is a high power CW or pulsed RF amplifier that operates from 350 to 500 MHz in a rack mounted configuration. This rack mount product is capable of operation from VHF to UHF in bands.
  10. 3000 Watt CW, 80 - 1000 MHz Solid-State Amplifier: Model 3000W1000B

    The 3000W1000B self-contained, air-cooled, broadband, solid-state amplifier is ideal for applications where instantaneous bandwidth and high gain are required. When used with an RF sweep generator, this amplifier will nominally provide over 3000 watts of power. The device also utilizes push-pull circuitry in the interest of lowering distortion and improving stability.