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AMPLIFIERS

June 1, 1998
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AMPLIFIERS

2 W X-band Amplifiers
These 2 W power amplifiers are designed for radar and phased-array applications and offer coverage over standard X-band frequencies with high dependability and reliability. All units can be customized to meet exact gain and frequency requirements.
JCA Technology Inc.,
Camarillo, CA
(805) 445-9888.

Dual-band RF Power Amplifier System
The model KM1000-200CE dual-band amplifier system is designed primarily for use in the electromagnetic compatibility testing industry and for general laboratory use. The amplifier provides 200 W (min) CW output power over the 0.01 to 1000 MHz frequency range in two bands: low band 0.01 to 220 MHz and high band 200 to 1000 MHz. Power gain is 55 dB (nom), which facilitates operating the amplifier directly from commercially available signal generators capable of +13 dBm output into 50 W.
Kalmus, a Thermo Voltek company,
Bothell, WA
(425) 485-9000.

GaAs FET Solid-state Power Amplifier
The 10 W model PCS-19010MA GaAs FET solid-state power amplifier is designed for digital PCS base station transmit applications operating in the 1930 to 1990 MHz frequency range. The module operates from a single +12 V supply and meets the high dynamic range requirements of CDMA and TDMA modulation schemes as well as digital communication system (DCS)1800/PCS1900 applications. The module measures less than 3.00" x 2.00" x 0.50" and is available as an integrated 50 W drop-in module. Electrical performance of the GaAs technology-based design provides a gain of 15 dB, P1dB of 41 dBm and IP3 of 52 dBm. The amplifier includes DC/DC converters, an onboard regulator and MOSFET switches for power management. Price: $250 each (1000).
Celeritek Inc.,
Santa Clara, CA
(408) 986-5060.

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