1. UHF-Band RF Power MOSFET Transistor
    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
  2. High Power 1214-370M Transistor
    This transistor provides RF pulsed Peak Power of 370 Watts at 330 us, 10%.
  3. GaN on Sic HEMT Transistor

    These 35W GaN SiC RF Power Transistors are ideal for commercial and military radar, professional and military radio communications systems, jammers, wideband or narrowband filters, and test instrumentation. They cover the DC to 3.5 GHz frequency range and are available in a bolt down flanged package and in a solder down earless package.

  4. TAN350 Avionics Transistor
    APT-RF’s Avionics Transistor, 350W, Class C, common base power transistor is designed for broadband TACAN systems covering 960-1215 MHz with 10uS, 10% pulsing at Vcc = 50V
  5. Broadband General Purpose GaN Transistor: IGN0160UM10

    Integra Technologies offers the IGN0160UM10 broadband GaN transistor for use in general purpose applications. The transistor operates throughout the 0.100 through 6.00 GHz frequency range, and is designed to utilize GaN on SiC HEMT technology.

  6. NPN Wideband Silicon RF Transistor: BFU630F
    NXP offers a complete portfolio of SiGe:C wideband transistors for maximum performance and design flexibility, and the BFU630F product is a good example of it. This BFU630F wideband transistor delivers extremely low noise and high maximum gain, making it ideal for sensitive RF receivers in high-performance applications such as next-generation cell phones. At the same time, the high operating frequencies are ideal for use in microwave applications in the 10 to 30 GHz range, such as satellite TV receivers and automotive collision avoidance radar. NXP’s innovative silicon-germanium-carbon (SiGe:C) BiCMOS processes enable this outstanding performance, combining the performance of gallium-arsenide (GaAs) technologies with the reliability of silicon-based processes.
  7. Rugged LDMOS RF Power Transistors for Harsh Conditions

    These rugged LDMOS (laterally diffused metal oxide semiconductor) transistors operate over a wide 1 MHz to 2 GHz frequency range. They’re ideal for applications subject to harsh conditions like HF-UHF transmitters and transceivers, white space data transceivers, defense and aerospace systems, television transmitters, test equipment, and radar systems

  8. 30 W, DC - 6.0 GHz, GaN HEMT: CGHV27030S

    Wolfspeed, A Cree Company, offers the new CGHV27030S unmatched, gallium nitride (GaN) high electron mobility transistor (HEMT) with operation in the 700 - 960 MHz, 1200 - 1400 MHz, 1800 - 2200 MHz, and 3300 - 3700 MHz frequency ranges at both 50 V and 28 V. With features like high efficiency, high gain, and wide bandwidth capabilities, this transistor is ideal for telecommunications applications, as well as tactical communications applications from 20 - 2500 MHz.

  9. 500 W GaN RF IMFET: QPD1003

    Qorvo offers a 500 W, internally matched discrete GaN on SiC HEMT operating in the 1.2 to 1.4 GHz range. This device is fully matched to 50 Ohm, can support pulsed and linear operations, and is ideal for civilian and military radar applications.

  10. GaN on SiC Power Transistors

    Qorvo offers a large range of GaN on SiC power transistors as premiere solutions for GaN needs. These discrete power amplifiers are available in models that cover frequency ranges from DC-18 GHz. With a range of linear gain between 16.6 – 21 dB, and a saturated output power range between 37 and 54.2 dBm, these devices are ideal for a wide variety of broadband wireless, space, and military applications.