Integra Technologies introduces IGT2731M130 transistor with GaN on SiC HEMT technology, and exhibits 16 dB typical gain and 50% drain efficiency. It is ideal for applications operating in the 2.7-3.1 GHz frequency range. This depletion mode device is 100% high power RF tested in a 50Ω RF test fixture.

The PTF 10049 and PTF 10037 families of wideband, high-power, RF transistors are designed for use in the amplification of UHF frequencies
APT RF’s Avionics Transistor, 800W, Class C, common base power transistor is designed for TCAS systems covering 1030-1090 MHz with 32uS, 1% pulsing at Vcc = 50V
ntegra’s lineup of UHF silicon bipolar and MOSFET high power transistors boasts industry leading performance. These common source and common base power devices offer the highest pulsed RF power and smallest circuit footprint available in any UHF silicon bipolar and MOSFET high power transistor
The IB0810M12 is a 12 watt, common base silicon bipolar transistor intended to operate in class C mode over the instantaneous operating frequency band of 870-990 MHz
Microsemi’s new S-Band power modules provide a complete design solution, combining two Microsemi transistors in hermetically sealed packages, with input/output circuitry matched to 50 ohm. Their high performance specifications feature excellent rated power with greater than 40% collector efficiency and superior power flatness of less than 0.5 dB. The transistors utilize advanced Microsemi chip design and processing enhancements for high power and high gain with a 100us pulse width and 10% duty cycle over the S-Band frequency range.
APT RF’s LDMOS Avionics Transistor, 300W, Class AB, common source LDMOS power transistor is designed for Transponder/Interrogator systems covering 1030-1090 MHz...
Integra’s lineup of S-band silicon bipolar power transistors with the world’s highest power output, are unmatched by any other vendor. These transistors are designed to address the most stringent requirements for medical, civilian and military radar, including ground, naval, and airborne mechanically and electronically scanned antennas