Ophir RF’s 5228 Solid State Broadband High Power RF Amplifier operates in the 80 to 1000 MHz frequency range and achieves high efficiency operation and proven reliability. This amplifier features an excellent 3rd order intercept point, high gain, and a wide dynamic range. All Ophir RF amplifiers come with an extended multiyear warranty. Download the available datasheet for additional information.
Corry Micronics offers the CMILNA-847-1747-S broadband low noise amplifier (LNA) with three independently amplified channels in a common housing. Features include an ultra-low noise figure of 2 dB and greater than 18 dB of gain, making this LNA ideal for a number of applications, such as cellular base stations, software defined and field communication radios, FM and AM receivers, switch matrices, lab use, WiFi, surveillance sub-systems, satellite systems, and other pre-amplification applications.
This Class A design of this broadband amplifier results in a system with high reliability and low distortion linear performance across the frequency range. It also ensures that the CBA-100M-400 Broadband Amplifier will continuously operate at full power, even when presented with an open or short circuit as its output.
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 broadband amplifier operates in the 50-1100 MHz frequency range and features low distortion, high gain, and a low noise figure. It’s ideal for CATV applications. The amplifier is supplied in a lead-free surface mount package. A 75Ω input/output impedance, minimizing the number of required external components.
The new Model BBA-0005-20000 ultra-broadband amplifier designed to cover the 50 MHz to 20 GHz frequency range in a single unit for applications in test measurement, electronic countermeasures, scientific research, as well as communication equipment. This new model draws only 180 mA from a 12V DC supply, exhibits 27 dBm third order intercept and output VSWR down to 1.5:1, and features a reverse isolation of 60 dB.
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.