These 35W GaN SiC RF Power Transistors are ideal for commercial and military radar, professional and military radio communications systems, jammers, wideband or narrowband filters, and test instrumentation. They cover the DC to 3.5 GHz frequency range and are available in a bolt down flanged package and in a solder down earless package.

The high power pulsed transistor device part number IB0912M500 is designed for systems operating over the instantaneous bandwidth of 960-1215 MHz. While operating in class C mode under TACAN pulsing conditions and Vcc=50V, this common base device supplies a minimum of 500 watts of peak pulse power. It utilizes a low loss internal input impedance matching structure to yield maximum device gain and to ease the implementation of external matching circuitry. The new generation bipolar transistor geometry utilizes a gold metallization system to achieve maximum reliability. Emitter ballast resistance is incorporated on the active cell for optimum thermal distribution and maximum reliability. All transistors are 100% screened for large signal RF parameters.
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
Integra's newly released series of CW VDMOS transistors once again sets the standard for output power, gain, and efficiency. All of these push pull devices feature gold metallization for maximum reliability and are available now
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 a wideband, 28 V, 50-Ohm input-matched RF transistor that is ideal for commercial and defense communications applications. This device has an integrated matching network that allows for wideband gain and power performance, while the output is simultaneously matched to optimize power and efficiency for any region within the band.

Qorvo offers a 500 W, internally matched discrete GaN on SiC HEMT operating in the 1.2 to 1.4 GHz range. This device is fully matched to 50 Ohm, can support pulsed and linear operations, and is ideal for civilian and military radar applications.

This GaN RF Power Transistor operates in the DC-6 GHz frequency range. It’s ideal for applications involving jammers, military and civilian radar, test instrumentation, professional and military radio communications, and wideband or narrowband amplifiers.