AR's state-of-the-art solid state field generating systems are designed to offer better performance, increased reliability, and the industry's best support for a variety of applications, including EMC radiated susceptibility for MIL-STD-461 testing, radar systems, and communications. .
AR’s 30S1G6 is a solid-sate amplifier covering the 0.7 – 6 GHz frequency range. When used with a sweep generator, it provides a minimum of 30 watts RF power. Like most of AR’s amplifiers, this model is ideal for applications that call for instantaneous bandwidth and high gain.
MtronPTI recently released a line of broadband, solid-state, power amplifiers covering the 1 to 6 GHz range with up to 100 Watts power. Each model in the series is well-suited for broadband jamming, LTE laboratory testing, and public safety and military communication applications. They're built with GaN technology, and their mechanical designs ensure high reliability under rugged operating conditions.
The dB-3756HE and dB-3758HE high-efficiency pulsed microwave power modules (MPM) operates in the 9 to 10 GHz frequency range and provides 1 kW peak power at 20% maximum duty cycle.
Empower RF Systems offers a wide range of power amplifiers and stand-alone or high-power amplifiers for an extensive range of radar applications, including HR for over-the horizon (OTH), VHF for very long range and ground penetration, and UHF for very long range and foliage penetration.
The 80RF1000 Series of solid state amplifiers operate in the 80-1000 MHz frequency range. Four different models are available with output powers of 175W, 250W, 500W, and 1000W. These amplifiers are ideal for applications involving high energy physics, EMC testing, general research, and in military/defense. Specifications for the individual models can be found below.
The Model 2500A225 is a self-contained, broadband, completely solid-state amplifier designed for applications where instantaneous bandwidth and high gain are required. The amplifier is air cooled using internal self-contained liquid cooling for high performance and reliability. Push-pull LDMOS circuitry is utilized in all high power stages in the interest of low distortion and improved stability.