These GaN MMIC power amplifiers are ideal for applications involving test instrumentation, general communications, and general radar. Two models are featured below, a 25 Watt PA covering the 2-6 GHz frequency range, and an 8 Watt PA covering the 2-20 GHz frequency range.
The dB-3911 power-combined TWT Amplifier (TWTA) uses two wideband, periodic permanent magnet (PPM)-focused TWTs to amplify CW, AM, FM or pulse-modulated signals. Compared to a single TWT approach, the dB-3911 provides higher saturated output power and improved harmonic performance.
The QPA5219 is a three-stage power amplifier from Qorvo designed specifically for Wi-Fi applications, including those utilizing access points, wireless routers, and the Internet of Things. The amplifier’s performance is based on a balance of efficiency to linear power, which increases the range and throughput of connections.
This solid state broadband high power amplifier operates in the 20-520 MHz frequency range and delivers 125 Watts output power. It’s suitable to use as a broadband PA building block in applications involving electronic attack, digital communications, and test and measurement in the UHF/VHF bands.
The new PE15A5025 from Pasternack is a 50 Watt GaN coaxial power amplifier capable of operation in the 2 – 6 GHz frequency range. Delivering high levels of output power and efficiency and a high output load impedance, this power amplifier is ideal for military radar, jamming systems, medical imaging, wireless communications, and electronic warfare applications.
Skyworks offers new models of CATV power amplifier modules designed for CATV applications with operating frequencies ranging from 50 to 1218 MHz.
This high power amplifier operates in the 92-96 GHz frequency range. It’s a two-stage power device, designed for use in commercial digital radios and wireless LANs. More specifically, it’s ideal for applications involving sensors and short haul/high capacity links.
MtronPTI's PA4020X series of high-power solid state amplifier modules operates in the 2.5 to 4.8 GHz frequency range. The amplifier highlights a Class AB linear LDMOS-GaN design, an instantaneous wide bandwidth, and a rugged, high-reliability form factor that is suitable for all modulation standards.