Empower RF Introduces 2KW Solid State Amplifier for GPS Denial

At the Annual AOC Symposium in Washington DC, Empower RF, will be showcasing its new solid state GaN-on-SiC amplifiers producing a minimum 2K Watts of power across the entire 900 to 1600 MHz band. Visitors to the event can meet the company experts at Booth # 807 from Oct. 28-30th to discuss their technical requirements.

Empower’s new Model 2226 is a compact high power GaN solid state CW emitter designed for GPS denial and is based on the established and field proven Next Generation system architecture. This architecture is tactically deployed and operating on multiple levels in support of a variety of critical DOD missions.

Equally suited for Jamming, Threat Simulation, Multipaction, HIRF, and Automotive EMC applications the 2226 comes complete with internal DDC, external forward and reverse sample ports, and an easy to use web served GUI. In depth health monitoring with alarms visible on the front panel are also pushed out the LAN port. Output modes include Manual Gain Control (MGC), AGC and ALC which provide useful flexibility when integrating into various applications.

The Model 2226 is designed with the latest 50V GaN-on-SiC device technology which lowers transistor count and reduces combining losses while increasing efficiency and reliability. In addition to the standard array of user configurable, multi-mission mode settings, this amplifier offers user selectable "Graceful Output Power Degradation", backing down power to a safe operating level in the event of component failure or excessive Load VSWR condition.

For technical application questions and to learn more on features that ease integration into a test rack and test software, visit Empower RF at the AOC SYMPOSIUM, Washington DC from October 28 – 30th 2019.

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