RF Power Amplifiers

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Description: E-Band Power Amplifier from 71 to 76 GHz
Type:
Power Amplifier
Configuration:
Module
Frequency:
71 to 76 GHz
Package Type:
Module with Connectors
Gain:
30 to 32 dB
P1dB:
23 dBm
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Description: 2.0 to 2.7 GHz, 40 dBm Power Amplifier
Type:
Power Amplifier
Configuration:
Module
Frequency:
2.0 to 2.7 GHz
Package Type:
Module with Connectors
Gain:
50 dB
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Description: 1 GHz to 20 GHz Bench-TopAmplifier
Type:
Power Amplifier
Configuration:
Module
Frequency:
1 to 20 GHz
Noise Figure:
5 dB
Package Type:
Module with Connectors
Gain:
60 dB
P1dB:
10 dBm
more info
Description: 2000 to 4000 MHz, 35 dB, Power Amplifier, Low Noise Amplifier
Type:
Power Amplifier, Low Noise Amplifier
Configuration:
Module
Frequency:
2 to 4 GHz
Noise Figure:
2 dB
IP3:
40 to 42 dBm
Package Type:
Module with Connectors
Gain:
35 dB
P1dB:
30 dBm
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Description: 1.88 to 1.93 GHz, 35 dBm Power Amplifier
Type:
Power Amplifier
Configuration:
IC / MMIC
Frequency:
1.88 to 1.93 GHz
Package Type:
Surface Mount
Gain:
30 dB
P1dB:
35 dBm
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Description: 2000 to 4000 MHz, 16 dB ,Power Amplifier, Low Noise Amplifier
Type:
Power Amplifier, Low Noise Amplifier
Configuration:
Module
Frequency:
2000 to 4000 MHz
Noise Figure:
3.5 dB
IP3:
20 dBm
Package Type:
Module with Connectors
Gain:
16 dB
P1dB:
10 dBm
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Description: 80 Watt, 2 GHz to 6 GHz GaN Power Amplifier
Type:
Power Amplifier, GaN Amplifier
Configuration:
Module
Frequency:
2 to 6 GHz
Noise Figure:
Less than 6 dB
Package Type:
Module with Connectors
Gain:
More than 60 dB
Saturated Power:
79.43 W
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Description: GaN Power Amplifier for Wireless Infrastructure and Radar Applications
Type:
Power Amplifier, GaN Amplifier
Configuration:
Module
Frequency:
10 to 2800 MHz
Package Type:
Surface Mount
Gain:
16 dB
more info
Description: Wideband, Hybrid Power Amplifier from 6 GHz to 18 GHz
Type:
Hybrid Amplifier, Power Amplifier
Configuration:
Module
Frequency:
6 to 18 GHz
Noise Figure:
6 dB
IP3:
45 dBm
Package Type:
Module with Connectors
Gain:
9.5 dB
P1dB:
37 dBm
more info
Description: 70 - 108 MHz, 40 Watts, Linear Power RF Amplifier
Type:
Power Amplifier
Configuration:
Module
Frequency:
70 to 108 MHz
IP3:
+50 dBm typical
Modulation:
CW, AM, FM, PM, Pulse
Package Type:
Module with Connectors
Gain:
45 dB
P1dB:
43.98 dBm
Saturated Power:
40 Watts typical
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Description: 225 to 400 MHz RF Amplifier Module
Type:
Power Amplifier
Configuration:
Module
Frequency:
225 to 400 MHz
Package Type:
Module with Connectors
Gain:
35 dB
P1dB:
40 dBm
more info
Description: High Dynamic Range Amplifier that operates from 806 to 824 MHz
Type:
Low Noise Amplifier, Power Amplifier
Configuration:
Module
Frequency:
806 to 824 MHz
Noise Figure:
1.2 dB
IP3:
12 dBm
Package Type:
Module with Connectors
Gain:
19 dB
more info
Description: UHF to X-Band Customizable GaN RF Booster Amplifier System
Type:
Power Amplifier, GaN Amplifier
Configuration:
Module
Frequency:
5.1 to 5.25 GHz
Noise Figure:
10.0 dB
Modulation:
Pulse
Package Type:
Module with Connectors
more info
Description: Miniature Drop-In Amplifier with MIL-883 Screening
Type:
Power Amplifier
Configuration:
Module
Frequency:
8 to 12 GHz
Noise Figure:
4 to 5 dB
Package Type:
Drop-In, Module with Connectors
Gain:
10 to 12 dB
P1dB:
18.5 dBm
more info
Description: 4 to 8 GHz, 24 dB, 10 dBm, Power Amplifier
Type:
Power Amplifier
Configuration:
Module
Frequency:
4 to 8 GHz
Noise Figure:
2 dB
IP3:
20 dBm
Package Type:
Module with Connectors
Gain:
24 dB
P1dB:
10 dBm
more info

More about RF Power Amplifiers

Power Amplifiers convert low power high frequency signals to high power signals. This is usually used in the transmit chain to amplify the signal before it is sent out via an antenna.

The key specifications to look for in an rf power amplifier are:

Frequency (MHz): This is the frequency range at which a power amplifier operates.

Power Compression (dBm or W): P1dB is one of the key parameters for a power amplifier. It is the point at which the input signal is amplified by an amount, which is 1 dB below the small signal gain of the device. Beyond this power the gain of the device no longer increases linearly as the input power is raised.

Gain (dB): The gain of a power amplifiers is the ratio of output to input power or amplitude. This is measured in dB.

Package Type: Based on the required application the package type for the power amplifier can be selected - There are a number of different package types available - Connectorized, Surface Mount, Die etc.

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