L-Band RF Power Amp Takes On Avionic Challenges

Integra Technologies IGNP1011L2400 RF power amplifier module/pallet is designed to solve various size, weight, power, and cost challenges (SWaP-C) in high-performance L-band avionic systems. The device is a high power GaN-on-SiC RF power amplifier module/pallet is groomed for IFF/SSR systems operating under either Mode S ELM (48x {32μs on, 18μs off}, 6.4% Long Term Duty Cycle) or standard Mode S (128μs, 2% Duty Cycle) pulse conditions. It supplies a minimum of 2200W of peak output power, with typically >16 dB of gain and 57% efficiency and operates from a 50V supply voltage. This RF power amplifier module/pallet is matched to 50Ω at both input and output and is suitable for both 1,030 and 1,090 MHz.

 

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