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RFHIC introduces GaN-SiC narrowband high power amplifier

February 2, 2012
KEYWORDS amplifier
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RFHIC's RNP21040-50 is a unique GaN-SiC narrowband high power amplifier that provides high power output and high efficiency. IDQ (the quiescent current) is about 0.5 mA to 0.6 mA. Consequently, the current consumption of the RNP21040-50 at its standby status is very low and is environmental friendly.

The RNP21040-50's efficiency is around 50 percent, and therefore requires relatively smaller heat sink size. Since heat sink holds a big portion of the total system cost, the RNP21040-50 is expected to drop the cost of a whole system.

The RNP21040-50 also supports both pin type connection and pin-less soldering connection.

Source: RFHIC Corp.

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