What RF Power Amplifier do I use for L-Band Constant-Envelope Waveforms?

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What RF Power Amplifier do I use for L-Band Constant-Envelope Waveforms?

The Department of Defense RF Power Amplifier market has broad uses for a high-performance L-Band Power Amplifier. This includes the following high-tech applications:

  • RF Communication Systems
  • Electronic Warfare
  • Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS)
  • Broadband RF Telemetry
  • Software Defined Radios
  • Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGV)

As an example, the NuPower 13G05A can be utilized to extend the range of current communications and telemetry systems or integrated in to electronic warfare systems for electronic attack.

 

NuWaves’ RF Power Amplifier, the NuPower 13G05A, delivers 50 watts typical (35 watts minimum) from 800-2000 MHz in a small form factor.

Boasting a saturated RF power of 35 watts minimum, this L-Band RF amplifier has many noteworthy attributes:

  • 800 – 2000 MHz Operation
  • 45 dB of RF Gain (0 dBm RF Input)
  • GaN Technology
  • Compact Size of 4.50” x 3.50” x 0.61”
  • Wide temperature range of -40 °C to +85 °C (baseplate)
  • 42% Module Efficiency
  • Logic Level On/Off Control
  • Over Voltage Protection

Having end-use benefits that include Range Extension, Improved Link Margin, High-Efficiency Operation, and being of a small form factor enhance the capabilities of our warfighters. In turn the L-Band solid state power amplifier is in high-demand for military applications.

By |2018-04-05T19:12:43+00:00February 22nd, 2016|Product Development, RF Amplifier|