Services and Products

  1. 80-1000 MHz Solid State Amplifiers: 80RF1000 Series
    8/29/2012

    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.

  2. 20 Watts CW 6 – 18 GHz Solid-State Amplifier: 20S6G18A
    2/7/2017

    AR’s 20S6G18A is a solid-sate amplifier covering the 6 – 18 GHz frequency range. When used with a sweep generator, it provides a minimum of 20 watts RF power. Like most of AR’s amplifiers, this model is ideal for applications that call for instantaneous bandwidth and high gain.

  3. 800 MHz to 2.7 GHz Solid State Amplifiers: AS0827 Series
    8/30/2012

    This series of solid state amplifiers contains five different models with 15W, 30W, 55W, 110W, and 230W P1dB levels. These amplifiers operate in the 800 MHz to 2.7 GHz frequency range and are ideal for communications, military/defense, high energy physics, EMC testing, and R&D applications. Specifications on the individual models can be found on the datasheets below.

  4. S-Band GaN Solid State Power Amplifier (SSPA): VSS3617
    2/5/2016

    CPI’s Beverly Microwave Division presents VSS3617 GaN solid state power amplifiers (SSPAs) operating in the S-band (2.7 – 2.9 GHz). These high efficiency, high power, compact amplifiers are easy to maintain, and are designed for use as air traffic control radar transmitters.

  5. 1 to 6 GHz Solid State Power Amplifiers
    11/12/2014

    MtronPTI recently released a line of broadband, solid-state, power amplifiers covering the 1 to 6 GHz range with up to 100 Watts power. Each model in the series is well-suited for broadband jamming, LTE laboratory testing, and public safety and military communication applications. They're built with GaN technology, and their mechanical designs ensure high reliability under rugged operating conditions.

  6. 2-6 GHz Solid State Power Amplifier: PTS6900
    2/8/2016

    The new PTS6900 Solid State Power Amplifier (SSPA) from TMD is a low band CW amplifier operating within the 2 to 6 GHz frequency range, with nominal output power of 150 W, and 55 dB of gain. Utilizing the latest advances in 0.25 µm GaN MMIC technology and low loss power combiners, this amplifier is ideally used for EW/ECM applications.

  7. Solid-State RF Amplifiers: 10 kHz To 250 MHz
    10/27/2009

    The new "A" Series amplifiers, for example, are 25% -- 50% smaller than previous models, yet the new size does not mean a reduction in power. These newer, smaller models fit easily into a control room; and because of the new design, they are more efficient, using less energy than other amplifiers. The smaller, more efficient design also results in an increased performance to price ratio. In other words you get more for your money.

  8. 20-1000 MHz Solid State Broadband Power Amplifier: BBM2E4AKO (SKU 1193)
    5/31/2012

    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

  9. 1.0 GHz to 4.0 GHz Dual Band Solid State Amplifiers: AS0104 Series
    8/30/2012

    This series of solid state amplifiers have been designed to cover the 1.0 GHz to 4.0 GHz frequency range in two bands (1 GHz to 2 GHz and 2 GHz to 4 GHz). Several models are available with 30W/17W, 30W/30W, 55W/17W, 55W/30W, 55W/55W, 100W/17W, 100W/55W, 100W/100W, 200W/100W, 200W/200W, 400W/100W, and 400W/200W P1dB levels. Information on specifications can be accessed on the datasheets below.

  10. 0.7 To 6 GHz Solid State Hybrid Power Amplifier Modules
    4/21/2016

    AR’s new line of 0.7 to 6 GHz hybrid power module products (HPMs) can meet the stringent requirements of today’s military systems and can also be price competitive to be used in various wireless applications. Both Class A and Class AB versions are available with output power levels up to 50 watts CW.