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

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 QPD1009 and QPD1010 are discrete GaN on SiC HEMTs operating from the DC to 4 GHz frequency range. The QPD1009 is a 15W, 50V device with an output power level of 17W at 2 GHz, and a linear gain of 24 dB at 2 GHz. The 10W, 50V QPD1010 features an output power of 11W at 2 GHz and a linear gain of 24.7 dB at 2 GHz. These two devices are housed in low thermal resistance 3 x 3 mm packages, and are ideal for wideband or narrowband amplifiers, jammers, and for military radar, civilian radar, land mobile, military radio, and test instrumentation applications.

Microsemi Corporation recently announced its first two RF power transistors utilizing silicon carbide technology for high power VHF and UHF band pulsed radar applications. Designated 0150SC-1250M and 0405SC-1000M, these RF Power transistors utilize state-of-the-art silicon carbide technology designed for VHF - 150 to 160 MHz, and UHF - 406 to 450 MHz respectively
APT RF’s LDMOS Avionics Transistor, 300W, Class AB, common source LDMOS power transistor is designed for Transponder/Interrogator systems covering 1030-1090 MHz...
Avionics Pulsed Power RF Transistors, M/A-COM MAPRST1030-1KS, a new 1,000 W peak, class C bipolar transistor designed for 1030 MHz pulsed avionics applications

Integra Technologies introduces the IGN1214M380C GaN/SiC transistor, exhibiting 20 dB gain, 54% efficiency at 150 us-10% pulse conditions, and operation in the 1210-1400 MHz frequency range. These devices are 100% tested for large signal parameters.

The QPD1028 is a 750W discrete GaN on SiC HEMT that operates from 1.2 to 1.4 GHz, providing typically 59dBm of saturated output power with 18dB of large-signal gain and 70% of drain efficiency.