The NuPower Xtender™ VU4GX02 from NuWaves is a small, broadband, high-performance RF embedded OEM amplifier designed specifically for extending the communication range of half-duplex transceivers with constant-envelope waveforms. It is able to generate 4 Watts of linear RF power across the V- and U-band frequencies from 225 to 512 MHz, as well as 10 Watts of RF transmit power.
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.
This is a four channel, broadband power amplifier that operates in the 1MHz to 2.5 GHz frequency range.
Ophir RF’s 7000 series consists of ten different broadband amplifier systems covering a wide frequency range. Each model features variations in output power, harmonics, spurious signal parameters, and more. These amplifiers are ideal for both military and commercial applications.
The R&S®BBA100 is a family of modular, flexible and state-of-the-art broadband amplifiers. The monitoring and control options allow the setup of very compact EMC systems.
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.
The 5322 broadband RF power amplifier is small, lightweight, and designed for lab environments. It operates in the 5 to 1000 MHz frequency range and has a 15 W (typ) saturated output power. This amplifier has a +43 dB (min) small signal gain, +45 dBm (typ) IP3, -20 dBc (typ) harmonics @ 5 watts, and <-60 dBc (typ) spurious signals @ 5 watts. Additional specifications can be found on the available datasheet.
AR’s Model AR-50SE is designed as a fully automatic band-switching RF booster amplifier for multi-band tactical radio equipment. Covering the 30 to 88 MHz frequency band, this amplifier uses high speed auto switching filters to assure harmonic suppression.