These new amplifier models employ a new design that delivers more than twice the power of older models. The new, more efficient design consumes less power, and incorporates both USB and Ethernet interfaces in addition to the standard IEEE and RS-232 interfaces.
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.
AR’s solid state amplifier family provides you with the power (1 – 800 watts) and frequency (0.8 to 18 GHz) needed for wireless and EMC testing. These amplifiers boast low spurious signals, noise figures and distortion. They also generate 100% rated power and make it available to the load even when mismatch is severe. In addition, many of the amplifiers is this family allow you to upgrade your existing amplifier to higher power without purchasing new amplifiers as part of the “Subampability” concept.
MtronPTI recently released a line of broadband, solid-state, high power amplifiers covering the 6 to 18 GHz range with up to 40 Watts power serving the needs of tactical communications, satellite terminals, electronic warfare, radar, point-to-point backhaul, medical, industrial, and scientific applications.
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. .
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.
This 150W1000B is a self-contained solid-state amplifier covering 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 150 watts of RF power.
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.