1. 2731-100M Bipolar/LDMOS Transistor
    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...
  2. GaN HEMT RF Power Transistors

    Wolfspeed, a Cree Company, introduces a new series of GaN HEMT RF power transistors designed to enable broadband power amplifiers for commercial and military wireless communications and radar applications. These power devices are operate from a 28 V rail, and are developed using Wolfspeed’s proven 0.25 µm GaN-on-SiC process.

  3. GaN Technology For Wireless Base Stations

    The new MAGb series from MACOM is a family of the industry’s first commercial base station-optimized GaN transistors designed to achieve excellent efficiency, bandwidth, and power gain. It is also the broadest portfolio available of RF to light solutions for wireless network infrastructures.

  4. RF Transistors
    Wideband RF transistors are optimized for amplification of DAB and DAR signals
  5. Avionics Transistors
    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
  6. C-Band GaN 4.0 kW Pulsed Solid State Power Amplifier Module: VSC3645

    CPI’s Beverly Microwave Division presents the VSC3645 GaN 4.0 kW pulsed solid state power amplifier module operating in the C-band (5.2 – 5.9 GHz). This high efficiency, high power, compact amplifier is highly efficient, easy to maintain, and is designed to easily create high power C-band radar transmitters.

  7. 380 W, 1210-1400 MHz GaN/SiC Transistor: IGN1214M380C

    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.

  8. Mobility Transistors
    A family of low-noise pseudomorphic high-electron mobility transistors (PHEMT) uses the company’s latest-generation gallium arsenide (GaAs) fabrication process
  9. GaN S-Band 50Ω Transistor: IGT2731M130

    Integra Technologies introduces IGT2731M130 transistor with GaN on SiC HEMT technology, and exhibits 16 dB typical gain and 50% drain efficiency. It is ideal for applications operating in the 2.7-3.1 GHz frequency range. This depletion mode device is 100% high power RF tested in a 50Ω RF test fixture.

  10. 1800 W, 65 V, 1.0 – 1.1 GHz Highest Power GaN Transistor On The Market: QPD1025L

    Qorvo offers the 1800 W, 65 V, 1.0 – 1.1 GHz QPD1025L as the highest GaN transistor on the market. This discrete GaN on SiC HEMT has a package that features input pre-match resulting in ease of external board match and saved board space.