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AMPLIFIERS

March 1, 1999
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AMPLIFIERS

1.2 - 1.4 GHz Power Amplifier
The model CHA6013 single-stage high power amplifier delivers 31 dBm of output power with 12 dB of small-signal gain over the 1.2 to 1.4 GHz frequency range. The unit is available in chip form or flatpack package.
United Monolithic Semiconductor SAS (UMS),
Orsay, Cedex, France
+33 1-69-33-03-08.

Class A Linear Amplifier
The model AR88258-50 class A linear amplifier operates over the full 800 to 2500 MHz frequency range with 50 W of output power at the 1 dB compression point (P1dB). Gain is 47 dB (min) with typical two-tone intermodulation distortion of -30 dBc. The operating temperature range is from 0° to +50°C. Size: 8.75" x 19.00" x 22.00".
Comtech PST,
Melville, NY
(516) 777-8900.

1930 - 1990 MHz PCS Power Amplifier
The model PA1151 4 W ultra-linear power amplifier operates from 1930 to 1990 MHz for use in PCS applications. The unit features typical high IP3 of +54 dBm, low noise figure of 2.4 dB, high output power of +36.8 dBm, gain of 26.5 dB, gain flatness of ±0.5 dB, reverse isolation of 45 dB and SWR of 1.5.
Phoenix Microwave Corp.,
Telford, PA
(215) 723-6011

2 - 4 GHz GaAs HBT MMIC SDLA
The model MSD2040LA-1 heterojunction bipolar transistor (HBT) successive detection logarithmic amplifier (SDLA) features low power consumption, rapid rise and fall times of 10 and 20 ns, respectively, and good linearity of ±1 dB. In addition, the unit operates over a frequency range of 2 to 4 GHz with a dynamic range of -60 to 0 dBm, video slope of 20 mV/dB, SWR of 2 and DC power of Vcc = +5 V at 170 mA and Vee = -5 V at 100 mA.
Tracor Aerospace Electronic Systems,
Lansdale, PA
(215) 996-2222.

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