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Avionics Transistor, 350W, Class C, common base power transistor is designed for transponder avionics applications at 1090 MHz with 10uS, 1% pulsing at Vcc = 50V
A family of low-noise pseudomorphic high-electron mobility transistors (PHEMT) uses the company’s latest-generation gallium arsenide (GaAs) fabrication process

Richardson RFPD’s Insulated-gate Bipolar Transistors (IGBTS) use Microsemi’s leading-edge Power MOS 8™ technology and offer a dramatic reduction of twenty percent or more, in total switching and conduction losses as compared to competitive solutions.

Wolfspeed, A Cree Company, offers the new CGHV27030S unmatched, gallium nitride (GaN) high electron mobility transistor (HEMT) with operation in the 700 - 960 MHz, 1200 - 1400 MHz, 1800 - 2200 MHz, and 3300 - 3700 MHz frequency ranges at both 50 V and 28 V. With features like high efficiency, high gain, and wide bandwidth capabilities, this transistor is ideal for telecommunications applications, as well as tactical communications applications from 20 - 2500 MHz.

APT-RF’s Avionics Transistor, 350W, Class C, common base power transistor is designed for broadband TACAN systems covering 960-1215 MHz with 10uS, 10% pulsing at Vcc = 50V
APT RF’s Avionics Transistor, 500W, Class C, common base power transistor is designed for Mode-S systems covering 1030-1090 MHz...
The new VRF152 from Microsemi is a gold-metalized silicon n-channel RF power transistor designed for broadband commercial and hi-rel applications requiring high power and gain without compromising reliability, ruggedness, or inter-modulations distortion. It can operate up to 175MHz at 150W with a typical gain of 13dB at very high efficiency on a 50V DC supply.

Qorvo offers the 1800 W, 65 V, 1.0 – 1.1 GHz QPD1025L as the highest GaN transistor on the market. This discrete GaN on SiC HEMT has a package that features input pre-match resulting in ease of external board match and saved board space.