AR RF/Microwave to Feature its Latest Products at IMS 2017

AR RF/Microwave Instrumentation will showcase its range of high power amplifiers at the 2017 IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Symposium (IMS) from 6-8 June, at the Hawai'i Convention Center.

Nine new solid-state pulse amplifiers have been added to their comprehensive product line with output powers of up to 6000 W over the 1 to 4 GHz frequency range. AR also has developed four new CW solid state microwave amplifiers 60S1G6 and 500S1G6 (60 & 500 watts respectively over the 0.7 to 6 GHz frequency range) for wireless, EW, and EMC applications, and completely redesigned 20S6G18A, and 40S6G18B amplifiers (20 & 40 watts from 6 to 18 GHz) for EW and EMC requirements.

There are other updated RF amplifiers such as the 100A250B, 100A400A and 50W1000D which utilize a common design approach with size, weight and low cost as driving factors with the benefit of improved reliability. They will also be exhibiting the new ATT700M12G antenna, which provides frequency coverage from 700 MHz to 12 GHz, a wide beam width, and excellent power handling capabilities which are a match for their 0.7 to 6 GHz amplifiers.

Products from AR Modular RF will also be on display at the booth. To complement the family of commercial rack mountable amplifiers and modules, AR Modular offers a robust line of military amplifier systems and accessories, that include booster amplifiers and embedded modules for tactical military radios covering the HF, VHF, UHF and SHF bands.

Rounding out the field is the addition of SunAR RF Motion, AR's newest division, and their high-quality EMC antennas, turntables, reverberation chamber tuners, antenna positioners, system controller, and distributed antenna systems (DAS).

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