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.
The dB-4409 is a 9-inch, pod-mounted, dual-band Traveling Wave Tube Amplifier (TWTA) operating in the 2 to 18 GHz frequency range and providing 300 Watts, continuous wave power.
TMD Technologies offers a broad range of rugged amplifiers and transmitters for radar, EW, and communications applications. Products in this range are fully ESS tested, and are designed specifically for harsh environments in terms of vibration, shock, and temperature extremes.
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.
SAGE Millimeter offers the Model STB-7531142515-1010-S1 broadband benchtop driver amplifier operating over the 75 to 110 GHz frequency range for use in bench top power amplification, antenna range, and power boosting applications. The amplifier features a typical small signal gain of 25 dB, a nominal P1dB of +15 dBm and Psat of +18 dBm.
The new model 5163 from Ophir RF is a 50 Watt solid state broadband amplifier designed to cover the 0.8 to 4.2 GHz frequency range. This high power, compact amplifier features excellent 3rd order intercept point, high gain, and a wide dynamic range from its use of Class A/B linear power devices.
This self-contained solid-state amplifier covers the 80 MHz to 1000 MHz frequency range and features lowered distortion and improved stability through the use of push-pull circuitry. When used in conjunction with an RF sweep generator, this amplifier can provide 1000 watts (min) of swept power.