Solid State Amplifiers


AR's state-of-the-art solid state field generating systems are designed to offer better performance, increased reliability, and the industry's best support for a variety of applications, including EMC radiated susceptibility for MIL-STD-461 testing, radar systems, and communications. .

The VSS3607 GaN Solid State Amplifier uses GaN transistors to provide high gain, high efficiency, and excellent pulse fidelity for pulsed radar applications. This model is designed to operate in the 2.7-2.9 GHz frequency band.

Qorvo offers high-power, ultra-broadband performance, and solid state reliability when using the new Spatium® technology. This patented Spatium® RF power combining technology provides a highly reliable, efficient alternative to traveling wave tube amplifiers (TWTAs) for commercial and defense communications, radar, electronic warfare (EW), and other defense system applications.

The NuPower™ L60T01 is a L- and S-band solid-state power amplifier designed to deliver over 60 Watts of RF power in the 960 to 1390 MHz frequency range to extend the operational range of airborne telemetry links and transmitters. Based on the latest GaN technology, the amplifier’s 25% power efficiency at rated power and <10 in3 form factor make it ideal for size, weight, and power-constrained airborne RF telemetry, tactical communication systems, and electronic warfare systems.

Aethercomm Part Number SSPA 9.0-10.0-40 is a high power, X band, Solid State Power Amplifier that operates from 9.0 to 10.0 GHz. The saturated output power is 40 watts typical at 25ºC. Typical small signal gain is 58 dB. Noise Figure is 10.0 dB typical at 25ºC. Input VSWR is 2.0:1 maximum. Output VSWR is 2.0:1 maximum.

AR’s new line of 0.7 to 6 GHz hybrid power module products (HPMs) can meet the stringent requirements of today’s military systems and can also be price competitive to be used in various wireless applications. Both Class A and Class AB versions are available with output power levels up to 50 watts CW.

MtronPTI recently released a line of broadband, solid-state, power amplifiers covering the 1 to 6 GHz range with up to 100 Watts power. Each model in the series is well-suited for broadband jamming, LTE laboratory testing, and public safety and military communication applications. They're built with GaN technology, and their mechanical designs ensure high reliability under rugged operating conditions.

Manufactured by Ar Modular RF, model KMS2250 is a 2.45 GHz Solid-State LDMOS power amplifier module built for the ISM market. This 53dBm linear power amplifier has built-in output power control adjustable externally from 10 to 200 Watts. It also incorporates built-in gating/RF blanking and an RF monitoring port