Services and Products

  1. 30 Watts CW 0.7 – 6 GHz Solid-State Amplifier: 30S1G6

    AR’s 30S1G6 is a solid-sate amplifier covering the 0.7 – 6 GHz frequency range. When used with a sweep generator, it provides a minimum of 30 watts RF power. Like most of AR’s amplifiers, this model is ideal for applications that call for instantaneous bandwidth and high gain.

  2. Solid-State Microwave Amplifiers

    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.

  3. S-Band GaN Solid State Power Amplifier

    The VSS3607 GaN Solid State Amplifier uses GaN transistors to provide high gain, high efficiency, and excellent pulse fidelity for pulsed radar applications. This model is designed to operate in the 2.7-2.9 GHz frequency band.

  4. 0.7 To 6 GHz Solid State Hybrid Power Amplifier Modules

    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.

  5. 350 Watt CW 0.7-6.0 GHz Solid-State Amplifier: 350S1G6

    AR’s 350S1G6 is a solid-state broadband amplifier covering the 0.7 to 6.0 GHz frequency range. When used with a sweep generator, this Class A, self-contained, air-cooled amplifier provides a minimum of 350 watts RF power. The low level of spurious signals and linearity make it ideal for use as a driver amplifier in testing wireless and communication components and subsystems.

  6. 200 Watt, 2.45 GHz Solid-State LDMOS Power Amplifier Module

    Manufactured by Ar Modular RF, model KMS2250 is a 2.45 GHz Solid-State LDMOS power amplifier module built for the ISM market. This 53dBm linear power amplifier has built-in output power control adjustable externally from 10 to 200 Watts. It also incorporates built-in gating/RF blanking and an RF monitoring port

  7. 1 To 18 GHz Microwave Power Amplifiers

    AR offers world class solid state power amplifiers designed for various EW, EMC and communication’s applications. You can have chip & wire hybrid modules from 0.7 - 6GHz to 100 watts or benchtops designs up to 500 watts CW. Benchtop units from 6-18 GHz are also available in 20 and 40 watts CW Class A models. For added versatility, AR can also supply dual band single housed units covering the full 1-18 GHz band with a high power of 60 watts up to 6 GHz and 40 watts from 6 – 18 GHz.

  8. 1.0 GHz to 4.0 GHz Dual Band Solid State Amplifiers: AS0104 Series

    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.

  9. 30 To 300 Watt, 1-6 GHz Amplifiers From AR

    AR offers 30S1G6AB, 50S1G6AB, 100S1G6AB, and 300S1G6AB models of solid-state; 30, 50, 100, and 300 Watt Class AB amplifiers that instantaneously cover the 1-6 GHz frequency band in single benchtop unit.

  10. 0.7 - 6 GHz Solid-State Broadband Amplifier: Model 500S1G6

    The Model 500S1G6 from AR is a solid-state broadband amplifier that operates over the 0.7 to 6 GHz frequency range, and is designed for applications where instantaneous bandwidth, high gain, and linearity are required. The low level of spurious signals and linearity of this device makes the 500S1G6 ideal for use as a driver amplifier in testing wireless and communication components and subsystems, and EMC testing applications.