The HMC8205 gallium nitride (GaN) power amplifier, from Analog Devices, combines DC feed/RF bias choke, DC blocking capacitors and driver stage in a single design, while delivering 45.5 dBm (35 W) with up to 44% power-added efficiency (PAE) across an instantaneous bandwidth of 0.3 to 6 GHz.
The CPP-A12V80 Universal Servo Drive from ElectroCraft is a compact, low-voltage digital servo drive. The drive is capable yet easy to program using the company's CompleteArchitect Windows-based software.
NewEdge Signal Solutions' ETX115 power amplifier module delivers high gain and high power across a wide RF transmit bandwidth.
RF Lambda has released the RAMP06G18GF — a wideband, benchtop solid-state power amplifier with a frequency range of 6–18 GHz and average power handling up to 140 W.
The MAAM-011206 DC–15 GHz Darlington amplifier, from MACOM Technology Solutions, is a versatile device with 13.5 dB typical gain and 18 dBm of output power. The input and output are fully matched to 50Ω.
Mini-Circuits' ZX60-123LN+ is an ultra-wideband, low-noise, connectorised amplifier to 0.5 to 12 GHz. It is suitable for a wide range of applications including Wi-Fi, LTE, S-Band radar, C-band and X-band SatCom, defence and more.
Tomco RF power amplifiers are all solid-state products covering frequencies from 10 kHz to 1.3 GHz, at power levels from 50 to 500 kW.
The Panasonic AN34092B high-speed gate driver is optimised for driving its GaN power transistor X-GaN.
The AMP1064 amplifier module, from Exodus Advanced Communications, covers the entire instantaneous 20–6000 MHz frequency range at 20 W CW minimum and 25 W CW typical, with flatness of less than 4 dB peak to peak.
The TGA2622-SM and TGA2624-SM, X-band GaN power amplifiers, from Qorvo, operate from 9 to 10 GHz and are offered in 7 x 7 mm air-cavity, laminate-based QFN packages.
Qorvo's QPA1000 is a high-power, S-band amplifier fabricated on the company's QGaN25 0.25 µm GaN on SiC production process. Covering 2.8 to 3.2 GHz, the product provides greater than 47 dBm of saturated output power and greater than 24 dB of large signal gain, while achieving more than 58% power-added efficiency.
PMI's SDLVA-18G40G-65-2-292FF is a successive detection log video amplifier (SDLVA) that operates in the 18–40 GHz frequency range. It has a dynamic range of 65 dB, a log slope of 25 mV/dB and a nominal video bandwidth of 32 MHz.
Mini-Circuits has introduced two wideband PHEMT-based MMIC amplifiers with high active directivity. The MNA-4A+ (0.5 to 2.5 GHz) and MNA-4W+ (0.5 to 4.5 GHz) are suitable for use as buffer amplifiers minimising interaction of adjacent circuits.
The Qorvo TQP9111 1.8–2.7 GHz 2 W power amplifier is a high-efficiency, two-stage driver amplifier in a surface-mount package. The product can achieve high performance with 46 dBm OIP3 and 32 dBm P1dB.
Wolfspeed has announced a silicon carbide MOSFET driver, the CGD15FB45P1, featuring six output channels, an isolated power supply, a direct-mount low inductance design, short-circuit protection, and overtemperature and undervoltage protection.