transistors-products

  1. 1011LD300 LDMOS Avionics Transistor
    8/12/2005
    APT RF’s LDMOS Avionics Transistor, 300W, Class AB, common source LDMOS power transistor is designed for Transponder/Interrogator systems covering 1030-1090 MHz...
  2. TPR700 Avionics Transistor
    9/29/2005
    Avionics Transistor, 350W, Class C, common base power transistor is designed for transponder avionics applications at 1090 MHz with 10uS, 1% pulsing at Vcc = 50V
  3. 450MHz 500W UHF Radar Transistor
    7/7/2005
    The high power pulsed radar transistor device part number IB450S500 is designed for UHF radar systems operating at 450 MHz. While operating in class C mode this common base device supplies a minimum of 500 watts of peak pulse power under the conditions of 30us pulse width and 10% duty cycle. All devices are 100% screened for large signal RF parameters...
  4. Avionics Transistors
    2/15/2007
    Integra’s lineup of silicon bipolar and MOSFET power transistors for avionics applications boasts performance unavailable from any competing vendor. These products are designed to address the most stringent requirements for TCAS, MODE-S, MODE S-ELM, IFF, ADS-B, UAT, JTIDS, DME, and TACAN
  5. 2731-100M Bipolar/LDMOS Transistor
    10/17/2006
    The 2731-100M is a high performance, common base, class C output stage offering 100W of peak power, 40% collector efficiency, excellent 8.0 dB power gain flatness, and a hermetically-sealed high reliability package for Air Traffic Control and Military Radar applications...
  6. 380 W, 1210-1400 MHz GaN/SiC Transistor: IGN1214M380C
    12/2/2016

    Integra Technologies introduces the IGN1214M380C GaN/SiC transistor, exhibiting 20 dB gain, 54% efficiency at 150 us-10% pulse conditions, and operation in the 1210-1400 MHz frequency range. These devices are 100% tested for large signal parameters.

  7. RF Power Transistors: S-Band
    7/28/2011
    Microsemi has leveraged its industry-leading expertise in S-band RF power transistors to create a family of GaN-on-SiC solutions that are tailored to support the requirements of next-generation systems requiring higher power, better efficiency, and wider bandwidth than is possible using conventional silicon or SiC process technologies. For applications operating in frequency bands up to 20GHz, the wide bandgap material properties of GaN-on-SiC technology enable smaller systems with improved voltage, gain, broadband performance, drain efficiency, and long-term reliability.
  8. RF Transistor: 2729GN-500V
    5/7/2013

    Microsemi’s 2729GN-500V RF transistor is based on GaN on SiC technologies and targeted at high-power air traffic control airport surveillance radar applications. The 2729GN-500V delivers unparalleled performance of 500W of peak power with 12 dB of power gain and 53% drain efficiency over band 2.7 to 2.9 GHz band.

  9. MDS1100 Avionics Transistor
    8/12/2005
    APT-RF’s Avionics Transistor, Mode-S 1100W, Class C, common base power transistor is designed for standard Mode-S 128uS pulsing at 1030 MHz...
  10. UHF-Band RF Power MOSFET Transistor
    2/6/2007
    This high power transistor part number IDM500CW200 is designed for VHF/UHF-Band systems operating at 1 to 500 MHz. Operating at CW conditions, this dual MOSFET device supplies a minimum of 200 watts of power across the instantaneous operating bandwidth of 1 to 500 MHz