AR has put two of its state of the art Class A CW amplifiers in a single chassis, and now you can go from 0.7 to 18 GHz with the reliability of solid state designs. Up to 60 W in the first 0.7 to 6 GHz band split and up to 40 W output power in the 6 to 18 GHz split.
AR offers world class solid state power amplifiers designed for various EW application over the 1 to 18 GHz frequency band. You can have chip & wire hybrid modules from .7 to 6 GHz to 50 W or benchtops designs up to 500 W CW.
AR’s 20S6G18A and 40S6G18B are self-contained, air-cooled, broadband, Class A solid-state amplifiers designed for applications where instantaneous bandwidth, high gain and linearity are required. The Model 20S6G18A, when used with a sweep generator, will provide a minimum of 20 W of RF output power instantaneously from 6 to 18 GHz, while the 40S version delivers 40 W.
AR’s 20000SP1G2 broadband solid state microwave pulsed amplifier provides 20,000 W of output power from 1 to 2 GHz. It is designed for short pulse applications at low duty factors where instantaneous bandwidth and high gain are required. The amplifier can be used for a variety of applications in Test and Measurement, (including EMC RF pulse susceptibility testing), Industrial and University Research and Development, and Service applications.
Model 500S1G6 is a 500 W CW solid-state amplifier that has 57 dB gain, delivers 100% rated output power without foldback over the instantaneous 0.7 to 6 GHz band and can survive ∞:1 output VSWR. Applications include radiated susceptibility testing, EW jammers, and wireless system and device stress screening tests.
AR RF/Microwave has appointed John Kim vice president of corporate operations. In this position, Kim will manage operations of two AR divisions, AR Europe and AR Modular RF. Kim will also manage and expand AmRep, under which products made by third party manufacturers are branded and marketed by AR.
See AR at IMS2016 in San Francisco, Calif., Booth #1711. While at AR's booth, ask about their industry-leading high power solid state CW amplifiers. Products include a Class A RF amplifier capable of delivering over 50,000 W with -40 dBc minimum harmonic performance, a 10,000 W linear amplifier covering the entire 80 to 1000 MHz frequency band and a 3000 W, 1 to 2.5 GHz amplifier.