DC – 4 GHz GaN RF Transistors: QPD1009 And QPD1010 DC – 4 GHz GaN RF Transistors: QPD1009 And QPD1010

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.

High Power 1214-370M Transistor High Power 1214-370M Transistor
This transistor provides RF pulsed Peak Power of 370 Watts at 330 us, 10%.
NPN Wideband Silicon RF Transistor: BFU630F NPN Wideband Silicon RF Transistor: BFU630F
NXP offers a complete portfolio of SiGe:C wideband transistors for maximum performance and design flexibility, and the BFU630F product is a good example of it. This BFU630F wideband transistor delivers extremely low noise and high maximum gain, making it ideal for sensitive RF receivers in high-performance applications such as next-generation cell phones. At the same time, the high operating frequencies are ideal for use in microwave applications in the 10 to 30 GHz range, such as satellite TV receivers and automotive collision avoidance radar. NXP’s innovative silicon-germanium-carbon (SiGe:C) BiCMOS processes enable this outstanding performance, combining the performance of gallium-arsenide (GaAs) technologies with the reliability of silicon-based processes.
High-Efficiency Power Transistor: RF3932 High-Efficiency Power Transistor: RF3932
The RF3932 High-Efficiency Power Transistor is a 48V, 60W high power discrete amplifier designed for commercial wireless infrastructure, cellular and WiMAX infrastructure, industrial/scientific/medical, and general purpose broadband amplifier applications. Using an advanced high power density Gallium Nitride (GaN)semiconductor process, these high-performance amplifiers achieve high efficiency and flat gain over a broad frequency range in a single amplifier design.
GaN MMIC Amplifiers/Transistors GaN MMIC Amplifiers/Transistors

Northrop Grumman’s first three entries in their GaN MMIC Amplifiers have been developed for defense and commercial ground satellite communications terminal markets and the commercial wireless infrastructure market. 

Silicon Carbide RF Power Transistors Silicon Carbide RF Power Transistors
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
GaN RF Power Transistor: T1G6003028-FS GaN RF Power Transistor: T1G6003028-FS

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.

500 W GaN RF IMFET: QPD1003 500 W GaN RF IMFET: QPD1003

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.

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